Ithaca College Rehabilitation Program can Help Stroke Survivors
ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College’s Center for Life Skills is offering a rehabilitation program for individuals who have experienced a stroke. Running from Jan. 30 to May 6, sessions will consist of approximately 10 hours of programming a week. The center is located at Longview, 1 Bella Vista Drive in Ithaca, and there is a fee.
The program’s goal is to improve the quality of life for individuals who have been discharged from a formal rehabilitation program but deem it necessary to continue post-rehabilitation services.
“The Center for Life Skills features a highly individualized goal-setting program provided by Ithaca College faculty and students from a variety of allied health disciplines, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, therapeutic recreation, and speech-language pathology and audiology,” said Catherine Gooch, program manager. “These shared efforts focus on the integration of therapies to provide the best combination of services for each participant.”
Participant outcomes may include increased strategies to facilitate communication, increased awareness of adaptive equipment, increased mobility and independence in self care, and identification of recreation interests.
Originally published in IC News: Ithaca College Rehabilitation Program can Help Stroke Survivors.