Rehabilitation after surviving a stroke does not end after the individual has completed an inpatient program at a hospital. Outpatient day program therapy services at Ability KC allow the individual and family to transition from inpatient care to home while continuing to receive intensive, individualized services at Ability KC. Ability KC offers value added services along with the day program for individuals and families including nursing, case management, social work, psychological services, recreation therapy and education services to help patients achieve success.
Ability KC therapists are trained with Interactive Metronome, EKSO Exoskeleton System, Vital Stimulation, Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Cycles and Bioness H200. Many Ability KC therapists are also certified in the use of these pieces of rehabilitation equipment.
Through the intensive therapy services offered at Ability KC, therapists work with children, adolescents and adults who have survived a stroke to achieve their greatest abilities at home, work, school and in the community.