The Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation team assists patients in returning to an independent and productive life. The team consists of the patient, nurses, doctors, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists, rehabilitation engineers, recreational therapists, social workers and speech language pathologists. The team collaborates to develop and implement an individualized rehabilitation care plan. They meet weekly to coordinate and facilitate recovery by collaborating with patients and their families regarding the next step in the patient’s care plan.
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As people with cerebral palsy age, both their symptoms and the care they need can change significantly from what they experienced in childhood. In addition to contending with the physical, medical and potential cognitive aspects of their disease, an adult with cerebral palsy must also face the same age-related health risks as any adult, including cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, frailty and fracture risk. Adults living with cerebral palsy need individualized, multidisciplinary care that grows with them. Michigan Medicine is home to one of only a few dedicated adult cerebral palsy clinics in the country.
At the Brachial Plexus Program at the University of Michigan, we offer a multidisciplinary approach to comprehensively treat brachial plexus palsy, utilizing a dedicated team to assess your child's needs and recommend a treatment plan with just a single visit.
The University of Michigan Traumatic Brain Injury Program is a comprehensive program of cognitive, psychosocial and physical rehabilitation. Our core treatment team consists of physiatrists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech pathologists, social workers, neuropsychologists, vocational rehabilitation counselors, rehabilitation engineers and dieticians.
The Cerebral Palsy Program at the University of Michigan incorporates a multidisciplinary team of specialists dedicated to providing comprehensive care for your childs individual needs, transitioning that care from infancy all the way through adulthood.
The Pediatric and Adolescent Rehabilitation Program offers services for children and adolescents who have a variety of disabling conditions, such as cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, arthrogryposis, myelodysplasia, neuromuscular diseases, hemophilia and amputation.