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Stroke Rehabilitation

Find your path forward after stroke.

QLI offers a comprehensive, specialized post-acute rehabilitation program for individuals who are recovering from a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), or in more common terms, a stroke. QLI’s program is a non-geriatric program designed to assist individuals to return to a full and active lifestyle. Whether your goals are to make medical progress, recover physical strength and function, improve communication abilities, strengthen cognitive skills, or to simply find a meaningful path forward in life, QLI’s specialized rehabilitation program can be an invaluable step along your path to the best possible recovery.

Stroke Injury Rehab Patient on Climbing Wall

Lydia’s QLI Experience

Tri-Dimensional Rehabilitation®

QLI’s Tri-Dimensional Rehabilitation® program is focused on one clear goal: to help our clients rebuild their lives after a catastrophic injury. Founded on best practices, QLI has developed a revolutionary model that addresses not only the core medical and physical aspects of rehabilitation, but is also designed to address the real-world skills and individualized interests that bring purpose and passion to our lives.

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Excellent Medical Care

The foundation for all rehabilitation programs at QLI is excellent medical care. From basic health services to complex medical care, the needs of our clients are met with patience and understanding in a safe, clean environment. An expert team including QLI’s physical medicine and rehabilitation physician and team of dedicated 24-hour nursing staff continually monitor medication, nutrition, care procedures and activity level as the rehabilitative process evolves.

 

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Real-world rehab

QLI’s individualized rehabilitation programs are keenly focused on helping our clients to regain the unique, real-life skills that will allow them to be successful and confident after returning home. Our clinical and residential teams facilitate neuroplasticity and maximize recovery by practicing tasks that are meaningful to the client, providing frequent repetition in both the clinical and real-world environments. This model encourages functional independence and long-term success.

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Rebuilding Hope

Emotional adjustment after injury is often one of the most challenging aspects of recovery. Led by our Life Path Services team, experiences and therapy programs are uniquely tied to passions, values and identity. For some, it involves partnering with local businesses and community resources to offer a real-world, immersive return-to-work experience. For others, it means relearning how to ride bikes with their kids. Every client’s goals are different but in all cases, Life Path Services encompasses everything we do to get from devastation to hope and on the meaningful path forward in their lives.

Get started.

The first step is learning where you have been, where you are and where you want to go. You may have questions, too. Let’s start the conversation.

Our admissions team will obtain all necessary medical records and verify funding. Whenever possible, an admissions liaison will conduct an in-person visit to meet with you and your family, observe therapies and carefully your circumstances to determine program eligibility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long can I expect to be at QLI?

Length of stay is determined by a number of factors including funding source, type/level of injury and goals of the client, family and team. The average length of stay for clients in our spinal cord injury rehabilitation program is 131 days.

 

Will there be other people my age there?

QLI has served individuals aging from 12-74. The mix of ages on campus fluctuates based on who is being served at that time but the average age of the clients served in our brain injury rehabilitation program is 32 years old.

 

Do you have a physician that will oversee my care?

QLI has a full-time physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, a consulting Medical Director, a full-time neuropsychologist as well as a handful of consulting physicians who understand our population and can handle your every medical need including those specific to spinal cord injury like spasticity/tone, wound care, bowel and bladder care, etc. Whenever possible, we arrange with you to go to the doctor’s office instead of them coming to you as part of your return to independence. Additionally, we are happy to keep your primary care physician informed during your stay at QLI.

Contact Admissions

Patty Sanderson
Coordinator of Admissions