Care Services

The care services are composed of 3 hospitalization units, therapeutic apartments and policlinic care services.

Unit I. Neurology services (30 beds) :

  • 12 rooms with 2 beds each
  • 6 rooms with 1 bed each

Specially for treatments of neurological pathologies like cerebral vascular accidents, head syndromes, medullary trauma...

Unit II. Early Re-education Services (12 beds) :

  • 12 rooms with 1 bed each, including 4 isolation rooms (infectious diseases) and one secured monitored room.

Specially for early treatments of neurological pathologies like awake comas, cerebral vascular accidents, head syndromes, medullary trauma...

Therapeutic Apartments (3 beds)

Functional and cognitive incapacities hamper independence to perform daily activities (dressing, washing, cooking), to move (getting up, laying down, going from the bed to the chair) and to commute.
Therapeutic apartments are a place of transition, of evaluation and progression between the lower level of dependence and the return home.

Therapeutic apartments are privileged places where the patients can adapt, evaluate and confirm their project with the whole technical platform of the Re-education Center close at hand.

Policlinic Care Services

Specially for ambulatory patients, these services allow a continuity of cares after the end of the hospitalization period and / or make for punctual problems that can occur (emergencies, hydrotherapy, bandages, food...)

Those two units, policlinic care services and therapeutic apartments, have a staff composed of nurses and auxiliary nurses specialized in Functional Re-education and Rehabilitation. They work in a multidisciplinary cooperation with other therapists and take care of hospitalized or ambulatory patients to provide them with direct and indirect cares :

  • basic hygiene and comfort cares…
  • permanent presence to favor the coordination of cares, the motivation to complete objectives and assistance to the patients so they obtain a maximum of autonomy
  • evaluation of each patients capacities to help them maintain and improve these capacities depending on their needs
  • preventing complications related to the pathologies
  • multiple rather technical medical acts from the never insignificant “small thing” for the patients but (NDT : ici il doit manque quelque chose)
  • follow-up of the evolution of the pain
  • intermediary role between patients and their relatives
  • multidisciplinary planing, training and coordinating the return to an appropriate living environment with the patients' relatives.

The final objective is for the patients to return home or to be taken care of by other medical institutions within policlinic amublatory care or therapeutic apartments.