Transitional Rehabilitation Outcomes
Outcomes for Inpatient Rehabilitation
Courage Center’s Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP) is a personalized, holistic inpatient rehabilitation program. We use our facility as a temporary residence for those who need significant rehabilitation. It provides a welcoming, healing environment that uses the latest technology, adaptive equipment and complementary medicine to help clients reach a level where they are able to move on to community living.
The average age of Courage Center’s TRP residents was 48, and ranged from 17 to 76. We had 171 clients in the program in 2009, of which 160 were discharged to the community.
Those admitted to TRP usually spend less than three months receiving services.
Of those receiving services through TRP, 42% had cerebrovascular accidents (CVA) or strokes, 28% had spinal cord injuries (SCI), 20% had brain Injuries (BI), and 10% had other medical conditions.
Client satisfaction with TRP services reflects over 96% satisfaction with "discharge planning and nursing staff," and 94% satisfaction with "expertise of therapist." Clients reported 98% satisfaction with "feeling safe and respected," and 94% of clients felt satisfied with their experience overall. In addition, 92% would recommend the Transitional Rehabilitation program to others.
For more information on outcomes, please call 763-520-0763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the Transitional Rehablitation Program, please call 763-520-0307.