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REHABILITATION

The other services under Rehabilitation are:
- Day Rehabilitation Programme
- Return to Work (RTW) Programme

Day Rehabilitation Programme

ABLE offers a Day Rehabilitation Program for clients whose primary program goal is to improve functional capacity. 

In an effort to provide a differentiated approach to assisting Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), ABLE’s Rehabilitation Centre will be offering Pilates rehabilitation techniques (probably the first of its kind in Singapore) alongside Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy to clients. The Pilates instructors are trained by Pilates Master Instructor Elizabeth Larkam, creator of The Moving Body program.

" In particular, we are keen to work with those between 18 and 62 years of age, with the potential to return to work, such as young stroke victims, amputees, persons with spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and progressive, degenerative neuromuscular conditions. We are also prepared to assess outliers on a case-by-case basis."

Raymundo A. Yu Jr., Chairman, ABLE

Return to Work (RTW) Programme

In our continuum of care, clients may be given vocational training or work hardening programme to aid them reintegrate back to society through job placement. Vocational pre- and post-placement support will be provided to ensure that clients who secure employment are given support in the initial period to settle into their work environments.

Prospective clients must be certified “Fit for Rehab” by a Singapore-registered medical practitioner before they can undergo an initial assessment to identify the gaps between their current and optimal physical functional levels. Upon their acceptance, an individual care plan (ICP) is jointly developed by the Occupational and Physiotherapist, and Social Worker, in consultation with the client.

To register for ABLE’s rehabilitation services, you will need to submit an application form. Alternatively, you can contact us for assistance to fill up the application form.

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