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At Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, our outpatient specialty programs are as varied as your needs. Whether you want to get behind the wheel or get back to your home and community, our programs can help bridge the gap between your hospital stay and real life.
Driving is a huge step in the journey toward independence. Through Baylor Rehab’s Adaptive Driving program, an occupational therapist (who is also a certified driving instructor) can provide evaluation, vehicle modification recommendations and follow up behind-the-wheel training.
For patients whose treatment plan includes aquatics, Baylor Rehab has pools designed for muscle relaxation and spasticity reduction, gait training and range of motion, and strength and endurance building.
With two convenient locations in Dallas and Las Colinas, our Day Neuro Rehab Program can help put you on a path to resuming normal life, teaching skills such as driving, caring for children or returning to work or school. For five to six hours Monday through Friday, our specialized staff will help you sort through your difficulties and your priorities, applying therapy that’s the most appropriate for you.
The Multiple Sclerosis Center of Rehabilitation and Treatment (MS-CoRT) at Baylor Rehab streamlines treatment for patients with MS.
While returning home is a welcome relief, it also may present unique challenges. Real Life Rehab is an exclusive Baylor Rehab program that helps you return home. From the comfort of a familiar setting, we’ll help you and your caregivers set up your new routine, covering everything from self-care and leisure to financial decision-making.
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