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Evolution of rehab In/out patient Week 1
Survey of Community Resources in Rehabilitation and Health Care
Dr. Kristin Cain
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Reed Howard on Friday February 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ADRE 2000 at East Carolina University taught by Dr. Kristin Cain in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Survey of Community Resources in Rehabilitation and Health Care in Social Work at East Carolina University.


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Date Created: 02/05/16
The Evolution of Rehabilitation ­Read ch.16 What is rehabilitation counseling? “A systematic process which assists  Learning Objectives persons with physical, mental,  ­Learn different definitions of  developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities disabilities to achieve their personal,  career, and independent living goals in  Defining disability the most integrated setting possible  ­How would you define disability? through the application of the counseling ­What does disability look like in the  process. The counseling process  community? involves communication, goal setting,  ­“A physical or mental impairment that  and beneficial growth or change through  substantially limits one or more major  self­advocacy, psychological,  life activities, includes a record of, or  vocational, social, and behavioral  regarded as having an impairment” interventions” ­“Any restriction or lack of ability Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment and  Models of disability  Referrals ­Models are ­Read ch. 2  Representations of reality  Sets of guiding assumption  Human Tools for Understanding  Inpatient and Outpatient  ­No Man is an Island ­Medical model=fix it (hospitals) ­Social model=what society did   As a future professional, you will ­Ecological model=ability/disability to  not exist in a ‘vacuum” do something (How does that person….)  You will likely work with a  TEAM of other professionals  ­Disability model=how does that person  “work” serving the same single client. ­Rehabilitation model=reintroduction   That team may be within your  (VR) agency or with other community  ­biopsychosocialspiritual model=  providers bio/medical/psych/emotions/mental/soci al/cultural/spiritual (combines models) Flash forward (Counseling centers) ­Case study ­John smith (39 yoa), Laceration to the  Disability stats head, concussion, abrasions to the trunk ­People with disabilities make up 9.9%of ­Was treated conservatively and sent  the U.S. population (25 million people) home without hospitalization. Continues  ­People with disabilities constitute 10%  to experience: Pain, sporadic headache,  of the world (650 Million people) dizziness, difficulty with smell and taste, (Worlds largets minority group) persistent back pain, pain between  ­Unemployment of the disabled: 11.7% shoulder blades ­Unemployment of the non­disabled:  ­Post concussive evaluation, Neurology­ 7.5% psych  ­OSHA (We don’t know how much he  o Drivers evaluations, work lifts, etc) hardening evaluations,  ­What rehab?  functional capacity  assessments, range of  Therapy, Rehab, Types of doctors   motion tests. ­Therapy  SCI, TBI, stroke, muscular   May be needed to restore,  degeneration  maintain, or enhance an  ­Speech/Language Pathologist  individual’s abilities (Holland,   Helps patients with  1996) communication disorders   Provides for symptom control or  resulting from speech problems,  allows the client to maintain  hearing related problems, or  basic functioning in activities of  swallowing difficulties (Holland,  daily living (Powell, 1996) 1996) ­Nurses  Stutter, stroke, TBI  Best resource In a hospital ­Audiologist   See patients most frequently   Hearing disorders, hearing aids,   Know who visits patients and  accommodations for the person how they act ­Recreational Therapy ­Rehabilitation Counselors  Plan and direct rec activities for   A counselor who possesses the  individuals recovering from  specialized knowledge, skills,  physical and mantal illness or  and attitudes needed to  coping with disabilities, adjusting collaborate in a professional  to life  relationship with persons and  ­Sex Therapists  disabilities to achieve their   Counseling sexual dysfunction,  personal, social, psychological,  injuries to the pelvic region  and vocational goals. impacting sexual functioning,  ­PT gender reassignment surgery,  sexual orientation.  Pain, weakness of muscles, gross motor movements, motor  ­Mental Health Therapists   functions  Substance abuse, rehab   TBI, Stroke, trauma patients  Counselor, social work,  ­OT psychologist, psychiatrist   Provide purposeful activity to  ­Orthodontist  help persons with chromic   Braces, splints, appliances  illnesses and disabilities to  maximize their independence,  Prosthetic  ­Limb that has been manufactured  prevent disability and maintain  health.  Maximize daily living skills,  Case manager­discharge planner skills needed in social, leisure  ­Needs to know what is going on with  skills, prosthetics, evaluations  patient. Where the patient is going to,  (what a person can or can not do) what the environment is like, transport  issues, medical condition, hygiene, who  2. How do you know if something that  visits, medications, nurses who go there.  can meet your needs exist?  Nursing homes ­POTENTIAL RESOURCE   Extended care IDENTIFICATION  Home modification 3.Then what do you do when you   Inpatient psychiatric treatment combine these two? ­RESOUCE SELECTION  Outpatient treatment   Transport  Resource Selection Durable Medical Equipment  (DME) ­Professional Consideration  Staff Composition ­Equipment designed to withstand   Service provision repeated use  Wheelchair  Referral Process  Hospital Bed  Cost  Outcomes  Shower chairs  Canes  Reputation  Walkers ­Client Consideration   Staff Composition  Service provision Home Health Care Services  ­All the services and products that   Insurance/cost maintain, restore, or promote physical,   Timeline metal, and emotional health provided to   Individual Needs patients in their homes  Reputation  ­Purpose: To preserve the quality of life  ­Ideal world=Optimizing (make the for the individual at home by increasing  best or most effective use of) the clients level of independence and  ­In Reality=Satisficing (accept an reducing the effects of existing  available option as satisfactory.) disabilities through non­institutional  support services  Skilled nursing  Referrals  Speech therapy ­Networks   FORMAL  Medical social services  Home health aides  INFORMAL  Occupational therapy ­Fee Mechanisms  CONTRACTS  Physical therapy   Psychiatric program  REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS   Cardiology program (RFPs) 1. REFERRING PROVIDER: What do  you want the other professional to  Identifying and selecting community  know? resources 1.How do you know when you need  2. REFFERRING PROVDER: What  something? information would you like to receive in  ­NEEDS ASSESSMENT return? 3. THIRD PARTY: What information  would you like to know? GUEST SPEAKER: Susanna Lott from  4. THIRD PARTY: What information  ECU Volunteer and Service Learning  would they want to know? Center How to use org sync  5. IN GENERAL: What client feedback  is helpful? Person­First Language 


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