Bruyère is the region’s largest single-site academic provider of inpatient rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation is a progressive, dynamic, goal-oriented and time-limited process, which enables an individual with impairment to identify and reach their optimal mental, physical, cognitive and social functional level.
Rehabilitation at Bruyère
Rehabilitation services at Bruyère cover a spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services in two areas: Care of the Elderly and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
Assessment and rehabilitation services serve patients who have had a recent decline in their ability to manage everyday activities. The programs’ main goal is to improve the patient’s daily functional abilities through assessment and treatment of physical, cognitive, medical and social issues. Services are available in both official languages.
Interprofessionnal Health Care Team
Working closely with the patient and their family, rehabilitation teams establish a therapeutic treatment plan that aims to rehabilitate the patient so that he or she can achieve or maintain their maximum potential.
Our interprofessional health care teams consist of the following team members:
- Occupational therapist
- Rehabilitation assistant
- Social worker
- Social service worker
- Speech language pathologist
- Spiritual advisor
- Clinical dietician
- Recreation therapist
Our Rehabilitation Care Program includes:
We welcome referrals from our community partners. All referrals should be initiated by a physician. Referrals from sources outside our usual catchment area will be considered. Please refer to the program descriptions for referral information on individual programs.
To refer, please complete this form, encrypt it, and email it to BruyereClinicalAdmissions@bruyere.org or fax 613-562-6095.
Rehabilitation Care is provided at Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital.