Guest Hannah Posted January 9, 2007 Share Posted January 9, 2007 Hello all, As I said on another post things are looking up on the access to rehab front and I have had the first decent nights sleep since middle of December (a good 7 hours)! I'm starting to think I spend way too much time lurking around message boards.... but I have YET another question! I was going to pm Louise but I thought I would open it up on the board as any responses might be useful for other visitors. My question regards specialist rehab hospitals/wards. What actually goes on there? I know there are a few different kinds as well, they mentioned a 'slow stream' facility which is for those where, I assume, they are looking at very slow recovery. This might seem daft but - how are the days spent? I assume that there are regular physio/OT sessions...but what else, how long can you be in there for etc. I'm raising this as my dad is worried that she might hate it, get herself worked up and upset or that the Drs might drug mum or keep her sedated. (the latter of which I am certain won't happen). It order to talk to dad, I would just like to see what other peoples experiences are. Hope everyone is keeping well, take care Hannah Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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