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Inventory of ambulatory and in home stroke rehabilitation services in the GTA / M. S. Monahan and associates ; Hay health care consulting group.
Toronto : Greater Toronto Area Rehabilitation Network, 2003, 88 p.

http://www.gtarehabnetwork.ca/downloads/rpt-stroke-feb03.pdf (26/06/2003)
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Mots-clés principaux
:
Accident vasculaire cérébral
Réadaptation
Ontario
toronto
Recommandation
Service de réadaptation
Statistiques
Accessibilité des soins et services
Modèle et théorie en soins infirmiers

Mots-clés secondaires : Bibliographie

Résumé :

The Great Toronto Area (GTA) Rehabilitation Network completed a Needs Assessment and Plan for Integrated Stroke Rehabilitation in the GTA, in February 2002. This work was funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care as part of the Ontario Integrated Stroke Strategy.

This document describes the process and findings of an initiative with two components.
The first element was to conduct an inventory of ambulatory and in home stroke rehabilitation services in the GTA. The second element was to examine ambulatory stroke rehabilitation models of care as a basis to enhance access to care and to provide
alternatives to inpatient stroke rehabilitation.


stroke rehabilitation models of care as a basis to enhance access to care and to provide
alternatives to inpatient stroke rehabilitation.

In June 2002, the GTA Rehab Network selected Monahan & Associates, in collaboration
with the Hay Health Care Consulting Group, to work with the Stroke Task Group to
conduct the inventory and to examine models of ambulatory stroke rehabilitation in the
GTA.

Objectives
The primary objective was to document the ambulatory programs and services which
support the stroke rehabilitation population in the GTA. The secondary objective was to
examine ambulatory stroke rehabilitation models, in the GTA as well as those referenced
in the literature. Specifically the objectives were to:
* Quantify the ambulatory and in home stroke rehabilitation programs in the GTA;
* Quantify the services included within ambulatory and in home stroke
rehabilitation programs;
* Identify the budgeted resources for programs and services offered within
ambulatory and in home stroke rehabilitation programs;
* Identify the number of patients served for each ambulatory and in home stroke
rehabilitation program;
* Develop an estimate of the stroke population served within ambulatory and in
home rehabilitation programs;
* Survey the referral requirements for programs that serve the ambulatory and in
home stroke rehabilitation population;
* Survey the admission requirements for programs that serve the ambultory stroke
rehabilitation population; and
* Identify the waiting list data, for ambulatory and in home rehabilitation
programs.

SUMMARY :
* As a result of conducting this inventory, the capabilities of the publicly funded system to provide ambulatory and in home stroke rehabilitation are more clearly known.
* An estimate of the number of new stroke survivors receiving service in hospital based and in home programs has been identified.
* The total budgeted human resources for hospital based and in home stroke rehabilitation can not be cumulated as the data are not collected in a comparable format. However, the populations served by hospital and in home programs, based on admission criteria, would appear to be mutually exclusive.
* Hospital based ambulatory stroke rehabilitation programs provided service to an estimated 1846 new stroke survivors in the GTA, in 2001-02.
* Multidisciplinary budgeted resources for hospital based ambulatory stroke rehabilitation totaled 110.3 FTE's in the GTA.
Inventory of Ambulatory and In Home Final Report Stroke Rehabilitation Services in the GTA
* In home stroke rehabilitation programs, coordinated through the CCAC's that service the GTA population, admitted 3040 new stroke survivors in 2001-02.
* While FTE's are not known, to the CCAC's, in home stroke related visits were
identified.
* Services provided in the home represent both the therapeutic disciplines as well as
personal support.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 13769
NumRec : 1376903
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