Rehabilitation works best when the patient, family and rehabilitation staff work together as a team.
The Brain Injury Program (BIP) is an island wide community based program that provides services to assist in the regaining, improving or maintaining function and independence for adults with acquired brain injuries.
The program primarily caters to adult patients experiencing spasticity caused by stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury or spinal cord injury.
Registered dietitians can help you with your nutritional health while you continue to live at home.
Detailed instructions on what to expect before and after your surgery and what equipment needs to be ordered in advance so you are well prepared
The purpose of rehabilitation is to help the patient reach the highest level of function by preventing complications, reducing disability and improving independence.
The Intensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program (IORP) offers clinics in Victoria and Nanaimo for patients with moderate levels of impairment following a stroke and for patients with limb amputation.
Rehabilitation Services are available at acute care facilities across the region.