This formalized inpatient program is onecomponent of a continuum of care progressing as close as possible to an independent, productive lifestyle for a person with an amputation. We have a complete on site prosthetics workshop.
The City offers comprehensive brain injury rehabilitation programs in inpatient, outpatient, and transitional living settings as well as in home health care.
Gait disorders are often seen in people who have disability as a result of a Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson's. Currently, there are several traditional treatment approaches used to address gait disorders which are considered the standard for neurological rehabilitation and are provided at Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City.
The Medical Surgical team provides daily medical management, rehabilitation and education for patients with traumatic orthopedic injuries, functional loss from prolonged bed rest, joint replacements and reconstruction or following back surgeries.
The philosophy of pediatric rehabilitation is to maximize the capabilities of the child to function in their natural environment and to provide parents/caregivers with enrichment and handling skills to further the potential of their child after discharge from the hospital
The Spinal Cord Injury Program focuses on the rehabilitation of people who have experienced spinal cord dysfunction from trauma or disease, and are rendered fully or partially paralyzed in the arms and/ or legs.
Stroke rehabilitation is a restorative process which seeks to hasten and maximize recovery for the stroke survivor by treating the disabilities caused by the stroke, and preparing the survivor to reintegrate as fully as possible into community life.
The Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (TR Specialist) provides patient assessment to identify the patient's abilities in social, recreation and leisure activities.
The Transitional Living Program bridges the gap between the highly structured and integrated services of inpatient care and the transfer home with outpatient services. After completion of each day, the patient returns to the on-campus transitional apartment to incorporate newly learned skills and techniques into his/her own home environment and into the community. The Transitional Living program is dedicated to restoring maximum functional independence.
Vocational rehabilitation services provide for assessment and evaluation of the disabled patient's school or employment potential and assist the patient in returning to productive activity at home, at work or in school.