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What should you look for in a rehabilitation facility?

After you've been injured, one of the things you may need is rehabilitation. Before you decide on a particular rehabilitation facility, it's important to know what kinds of rehabilitation the facility specializes in and several other important factors that could influence your care.

For example, if the facility is far away, will you have access to a vehicle or transportation? If you have suffered a serious injury, like a spinal cord injury, you may have to rely on others to get you to your appointments. Consider the distance when choosing a location for rehabilitation.

Next, think about the accreditation of the facility. Facilities with accreditation are more likely to have the medical supplies needed for your care. Additionally, the individuals working with you likely have the appropriate medical licenses and training. Look for accredited facilities with cutting-edge technology.

Remember that rehabilitation centers treat certain patients more than others. For instance, some facilities specialize in rehabilitation for broken bones, while others focus on nerve injuries. You want to go to a rehabilitation facility that is familiar with your specific diagnosis, so you can get the best care possible.

If the injured person is a child, remember that there are accredited facilities for pediatric patients. These facilities are often decorated with children in mind, making them less daunting. Additionally, the equipment is made for growing children, so it's more specialized and likely to provide better care and therapies to your child.

Serious injuries require lots of work to overcome, but with the right rehabilitation facility, it's possible. Your attorney can help you get the compensation you need to go to the best facilities around.

Source: Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, "How do I find a rehabilitation facility?," accessed Jan. 03, 2018

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