Restorative Care Service
About the Service
St. Peter's Restorative Care serves the rehabilitation needs of adults with a multiple medical and/or functionally complex condition(s) which may include stroke or orthopaedic conditions such as arthritis or fracture, or deconditioning. The patient has clearly defined goals and is expected to benefit from low intensity, long duration interventions provided by an interprofessional team. The patient's goals can realistically be attained within a 90 day length of stay.
Goals of Care
Restorative Care is time limited and directed toward discharge home by helping patients reach their maximum level of functioning, independence and comfort. Typical patient goals include improved ability to manage activities of daily living, mobility, wheelchair seating, continence, communication and adaptation to an altered level of functioning.
Restorative Care is appropriate for adults who need daily skilled assessment and intervention by an interprofessional team, requiring 2 services in addition to Nursing and Medicine. The individual is medically stable:
The individual is ready to participate in programming having:
The Restorative Care Service is not appropriate for an individual who:
Patients are referred from an acute care hospital, Convalescent Care and SJV Assess and Restore.