This program offers help for newly disabled patients, especially those recently injured, to transition from hospital and rehabilitation care, to a life at home and in the community. WILC’s Post Rehabilitation Project assist patient with disabilities to return to the community, their families, and their homes following a 3 to 6 week stay or participation in a rehabilitation service setting. The program offers Case Management, Peer Support, and various workshops.
Contact Elizabeth Bussian, LCSW, Transition Case Manager firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914-682-3926 Ext. 2131 (voice) 914.259.8036 (VP).
Our role is to help newly disabled patients, especially those recently injured, to transition from hospital and rehabilitation care, to a life at home and in the community. The program won’t offer false promises of helping patients to overcome their disabilities, but instead, realistically to help them adjust to and manage with their limitations and move forward. The program provides customized resources for each patient and provide peer modeling support
The pilot program is currently being tested out with Burke Rehabilitation Hospital.
Visit Burke Rehabilitation Hospital using this link.
Click here for the Burke Rehabilitation Project Flyer
Are you a Peer interested in joining our Per Diem Peer Program?
Click here for the Per Diem flyer.
This project is currently made possible to generous donations from Field Hall Foundation and Agnes Carvel Foundation.