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REHABILITATION AND FUNCTIONAL RE-EDUCATION

Person in charge: Mauro Colombari
Libra and Orione nurse coordinator: Manuela Fusconi
Villette department nurse coordinator: Catia Campana

In reference to the current national regulation act for hospital rehabilitation interventions at least two levels of care have to be identified in regards to the disability moment development, the intensity and complexity of health rehabilitation activities as well as the quantity and quality of resources employed, more precisely:

  • Intensive rehabilitation,  which is characterised by health rehabilitation interventions to regain important disabilities, which can be changed and require a high evaluation commitment and/or treatment which require a 24-hour medical nursing surveillance. The rehabilitation intervention is at least three hours a day and is done by a rehabilitation specialist doctor, by rehabilitation professionals (physiotherapist, speech therapist, occupational therapist) and by the nursing staff, the social worker and the psychologist which can also contribute for the necessary time in order to achieve the overall daily rehabilitation time required.

The team consists of:

  • Medical specialist in rehabilitation (or equivalent)
  • Expert rehabilitation nurse
  • Social health worker
  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Speech therapist
  • Psychologist
  • Social worker

As a result of the individual rehabilitation project definition, which indicates the prognosis, expectations and priorities of the patient and his family by applying the impairment parameters, activity limitation and participation restriction listed in the International of Functioning, Disability and Health Classification (ICF), the team develops the rehabilitation programme from these results.

  • Extensive rehabilitation, which is characterised by health rehabilitation interventions for non-self-sufficient patients with potential functional recovery who cannot benefit or sustain intensive rehabilitation treatment, patients suffering from clinical instability who require hospitalisation and need 24 hour doctor-nursing surveillance. The rehabilitative intervention is at least 1 hour a day done by a rehabilitation specialist doctor, by rehabilitation health professionals, by nursing staff, social worker and when necessary a psychologist, they all support the rehabilitation intervention and define and implement the plan on being discharged / reintegrated within the scheduled time.

The rehabilitation team consists of:

  • Medical specialist in rehabilitation (or equivalent)
  • Rehabilitation nurse expert
  • Social health worker
  • Physiotherapist
  • Social worker

For specific conditions defined by the rehabilitation specialist, the following professional figures may be involved for evaluation purposes:

  • Neuropsychologist
  • Speech therapist
  • Occupational therapist who if necessary takes care of defining the most appropriate aids for hospitalisation as well as future locations in which the patient will be transferred to after hospitalisation.

As a result of the individual rehabilitation project definition, which indicates the prognosis, expectations and priorities of the patient and his family by applying the impairment parameters, activity limitation and participation restriction listed in the International of Functioning, Disability and Health Classification (ICF), the team develops the rehabilitation programme from these results.

Department description and location

The Villette department is located on the ground floor. From the reception area one can reach the department by following the corridor connecting the two buildings. Each room has 2/3 beds and a bathroom which is equipped for disabled patients.

The Libra area is located on the first floor. From the reception one can access the area by taking the elevators which allow stretchers and wheelchairs to enter. Each room has 2 beds and a bathroom equipped for disabled patients.

Air conditioning is available in all rooms. The room lockers are provided with keys which patients keep. Each room can have a TV and telephone which has to be requested from the healthcare management. It has a gym “Jupiter” located in the area adjacent to the Villette department, with a 200 square meter surface and the “Sun” and “Moon” gyms which are located on the first floor (refer back to the highly specialised neurorehabilitation).

For information:
Switchboard 0541 725111

Villette department 0541 725260
Nurse coordinator: Villette 0541 725149 (from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm)

 Libra area 0541 725200
Nurse coordinator: Libra 0541 725289 (from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm)

For admission requests please contact the admissions office 0541 725110 (from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm)