The Neuro Day Outpatient Program at Euclid Hospital's Health Center provides a comprehensive, coordinated continuum of care. This skilled care program is designed—but not limited to—individuals with neurological impairments. Other diagnoses are accepted on a case-to-case basis. The Neuro Day Outpatient Program averages six weeks and provides two or three full days per week of skilled intervention.
- Audiology/Hearing air services
- Nursing services
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Physician services
- Psychological services
- Recreation therapy
- Speech therapy
- Social services
An individualized treatment program is established for each patient utilizing a combination of individual treatment sessions and group therapy. Specifically designed treatment groups are provided by each discipline. The Neuro Day Program specializes in strengthening the individual patient from a physical, social and psychological perspective. Each patient is regularly reviewed by the multi-disciplinary team including the patient and family.
Admission Criteria and Referral Process
The Neuro Day Program accepts patients with a neurological diagnosis such as stroke. The referred should be medically stable and have a reasonable expectation for further improvement. Other diagnoses (e.g. neuromuscular disorders, arthritis and degenerative disease) are accepted on a case-by-case basis. Patients must require a minimum of two therapy disciplines and benefit from a therapeutic group environment.
A physician's prescription is required for services. Referrals can be made directly by case managers, social workers, physicians, therapists or family members. Call 216.692.7476. Preliminary information will be obtained to determine patient eligibility and insurance coverage limits.
In our effort to assist individuals and their families, the Neuro Day Program offers a monthly Stroke Education Support Group and a Caregiver Support Group. Contact 216.692.7476 for more information.