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  • Patient Information Booklet - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    Booklet Patient Family Information Leaflets How Do I Get Referred Who s on the Rehabilitation Team What Will Happen During My Rehabilitation Admission to NRH Wards at NRH Facilities at NRH Visiting Times Accommodation local accommodation options Patient Support Services at NRH Activities for Patients Families Education for Patients Families Brain Injury Programme Spinal Cord System of Care Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation Services Patient Advocacy Liaison Service External Support Agencies Based at NRH Patient Outcomes Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation POLAR Patient Outcomes Brain Injury Programme Patient Outcomes Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Patient Outcomes Paediatric Family Centred Programme Patient Outcomes Specialist Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Programmes are delivered through comprehensive Inpatient and Outpatient services at NRH REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES NRH will support and assist you through every stage of your rehabilitation Patient Information Booklet The guidelines in our Patient Information Booklet aims to let you or your family friends or carers know what you can expect as a patient of the National Rehabilitation Hospital NRH It also lets you know about ways you can help us to ensure that you receive the best possible standards of care at the NRH The information in this booklet

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  • Patient & Family Information Leaflets - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    Patient Outcomes Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation POLAR Patient Outcomes Brain Injury Programme Patient Outcomes Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Patient Outcomes Paediatric Family Centred Programme Patient Outcomes NRH Shortlisted for HR Leadership and Management Awards 2015 HR Leadership and Management Awards 2015 HR Awards 2015 logo The HR Leadership Management Awards 2015 celebrate excellence in HR and recognise that it will be key to the future prosperity of the Irish economy These awards have been launched to recognise the emerging role of HR as a strategic management tool which if correctly aligned with organisational business objectives will underpin both organisational effectiveness and sustainability The specially designed award categories celebrate the leaders and thinkers at the cutting edge of HR in Ireland and will reflect the main areas of excellence in the industry The awards will be judged by a panel of distinguished HR practitioners academics and business leaders and winning one of the prestigious awards generates awareness of an organisation s endeavours and shows team members work colleagues and all stakeholders that the organisation is in step with the very best practice in HR thinking and strategy The NRH has been shortlisted in the following categories Most Effective Employee Engagement Strategy Most Effective Use of Internal Communications The Awards will be announced on Wednesday 18th February 2015 REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES NRH will support and assist you through every stage of your rehabilitation Patient Family Information Leaflets We have created a range of Patient and Family Information and Education Leaflets which we hope will be of benefit to you during and after your Rehabilitation Programme The Leaflets are listed below under the following topics Brain Injury Programme Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Prosthetic Orthotic and Limb Absence POLAR Programme Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation PAEDS Programme General Information

    Original URL path: http://www.nrh.ie/patients-families-and-visitors/patient-family-information-leaflets/ (2015-10-30)
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  • How Do I Get Referred? - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    Rehabilitation Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation Services Patient Advocacy Liaison Service External Support Agencies Based at NRH Patient Outcomes Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation POLAR Patient Outcomes Brain Injury Programme Patient Outcomes Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Patient Outcomes Paediatric Family Centred Programme Patient Outcomes Specialist Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Programmes are delivered through comprehensive Inpatient and Outpatient services at NRH 2015 NRH Spinal Sports Championships Register Now for the 2015 NRH Spinal Sports Championships Date of Event Saturday 5th September 2015 Time of Event 9 00am 5 00pm Medal presentation BBQ from 5 30pm Registration Fee 10 00 Adult Event Last date to register 14th August 2015 Download Registration Form Events include NRH Sports Championships 2015 Archery Table Tennis Hand Cyling Wheelchair Rugby Wheelchair Basketball Wheelchair Rugby 7s Field Events Javelin Shot put Discus Club Throw Air soft shooting Fencing Wheelchair Tennis To register or to request further information please email NRHChampionship gmail com How Do I Get Referred Consider your options for referral to The NRH Your specialist at the referring hospital or your GP will make the referral to the relevant Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine at the National Rehabilitation Hospital Following an assessment a Consultant at NRH determines

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  • Who's on the Rehabilitation Team? - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    celebrate the leaders and thinkers at the cutting edge of HR in Ireland and will reflect the main areas of excellence in the industry The awards will be judged by a panel of distinguished HR practitioners academics and business leaders and winning one of the prestigious awards generates awareness of an organisation s endeavours and shows team members work colleagues and all stakeholders that the organisation is in step with the very best practice in HR thinking and strategy The NRH has been shortlisted in the following categories Most Effective Employee Engagement Strategy Most Effective Use of Internal Communications The Awards will be announced on Wednesday 18th February 2015 Our Location Need directions Find out how to get to NRH Who s on the Rehabilitation Team Working together in Physiotherapy at NRH During your rehabilitation you will Participate in treatment activities and education sessions Develop your rehabilitation goals with the team Your Team may include the following people Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine The Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine is responsible for the overall treatment and coordination of your medical care while you are at the NRH Medical Registrars support the Medical Rehabilitation Consultants and with Senior House Doctors will provide your day to day medical care during your stay Your Consultant may refer you to other Specialist Consultants for example Orthopaedics Urology Plastic Surgery Radiology or Psychiatry Your medical team will liaise with your GP and referring Consultant regarding your care Liaison Service The Liaison coordinators provide a link between the hospital home and your health care professionals They act as your advocate and liaise with hospitals to assess and evaluate your readiness and suitability for admission to a Rehabilitation Programme at NRH and continue to link with you post discharge from NRH Rehabilitation Nurse Nursing staff provide care support and encouragement throughout your stay and provide an important communication link with other members of the team Helps you practice what you are learning in therapies and teach you and your family how to handle your personal care Clinical Nurse Specialist in Sexuality is available to provide counselling to you and relevant others on the impact of your injury on sexuality Health Care Assistant The Health Care Assistant helps provide care and general assistance to you during your stay Assists you in doing certain daily tasks as you progress through your rehabilitation such as dressing toileting showering and feeding Medical Social Worker Gives emotional support to you and your family Gives you and your family information you may need in the future about community agencies Helps you solve personal problems that may come up and assists you with discharge planning Physiotherapist Therapy services are scheduled weekly for each patient Helps you strengthen your muscles and use them to do daily activities Helps you learn breathing exercises that help you build your stamina and strength Sports and fitness gym and hydrotherapy programmes are provided by the physiotherapy department Respiratory Physiotherapist Monitors the health of your lungs Gives you treatments to keep your

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  • What Will Happen During My Rehabilitation? - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    NRH Activities for Patients Families Education for Patients Families Brain Injury Programme Spinal Cord System of Care Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation Services Patient Advocacy Liaison Service External Support Agencies Based at NRH Patient Outcomes Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation POLAR Patient Outcomes Brain Injury Programme Patient Outcomes Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Patient Outcomes Paediatric Family Centred Programme Patient Outcomes Fundraising Volunteering Our work needs support to continue Please donate what you can REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES NRH will support and assist you through every stage of your rehabilitation What Will Happen During My Rehabilitation Initial Team Assessment Your interdisciplinary team assessment begins on the day you are admitted to the hospital Team members will review your assessment results with you and help you to identify realistic goals for your rehabilitation programme Based on this assessment and your goals focus areas are identified so treatment can begin immediately Treatment Planning Conference Your team will develop an individualised Treatment Plan containing your goals An estimate of the time needed to complete your treatment plan is made this is your estimated discharge date Any specific needs relating to your discharge will be identified The outcome of this conference will be discussed with you to make sure you agree with the planned goals Team Conferences Treatment team conference Your Treatment Plan is reviewed and updated to monitor progress towards achieving your goals Your treatment team will keep you and your family updated on progress and changes in goals Family Conferences Every patient is offered the opportunity to invite their family to meet with select team members to discuss progress goals and the discharge plan This provides an opportunity for you and your family to receive feedback and to have any concerns or questions addressed by the team Treatment

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  • Admission to NRH - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    due to exceptional circumstances you cannot attend at the time and date given please telephone the Admissions Office Tel 01 235 5238 Admissions Office opening times are Monday Thursday Friday 9 00am to 1 00pm 2 00pm to 5 00pm 8 00am to 1 00pm 2 00pm to 4 00pm On Your Arrival If you are being admitted from home please report to the person on duty at the hospital s main Reception when you arrive From there you will be directed to the appropriate ward We ask that patients arrive by 2 00pm where possible If you are being admitted from another hospital you will be taken directly to the appropriate ward What to Bring With You The following items should be brought with you on admission Medications prescriptions Splints Walking aids Communication aids If you have a wheelchair bring your cushions and both footplates with you Your name should be clearly marked on each item before you arrive Clothing You should wear comfortable clothing during your daily activities Your clothing should be clearly marked with your name using a permanent marker 3 tracksuits or slacks Warm jackets loose fitting Jumpers or T shirts Underwear Socks stockings tights 1 or 2 pairs of comfortable shoes trainers runners not new ones Pyjamas or Nightdress Nightwear must be made of non flammable material Swimming togs for Hydrotherapy may be necessary Toiletries Toothbrush and paste Facecloth soap and shampoo Hairbrush and comb Roll on deodorant not sprays Shaving cream and razor You will need toiletries on an on going basis Medications Prescriptions Before your admission ask your family Doctor or GP to provide you with an up to date prescription Give this prescription to the doctor or the nurse when you arrive on the ward Tell the doctors and nurses of any

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  • Wards at NRH - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    Rehabilitation Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation Services Patient Advocacy Liaison Service External Support Agencies Based at NRH Patient Outcomes Prosthetic Orthotic Limb Absence Rehabilitation POLAR Patient Outcomes Brain Injury Programme Patient Outcomes Spinal Cord System of Care SCSC Programme Patient Outcomes Paediatric Family Centred Programme Patient Outcomes Fundraising Volunteering Our work needs support to continue Please donate what you can Rehabilitation Programmes Find out about the Rehabilitation Programmes we offer our patients Wards at NRH Wards in alphabetical order Location Telephone Number St Agnes Ward 3 rd Floor 01 235 5255 St Bridget s Ward 2 nd Floor 01 235 5251 St Camillus Ward 3 rd Floor 01 235 5252 St Gabriel s Ward 3 rd Floor 01 235 5260 St Joseph s Ward 1 st Floor 01 235 5286 St Margaret s Ward 1 st Floor 01 235 5245 McAuley Ward 1 st Floor 01 235 5208 Our Lady s Ward 1 st Floor 01 235 5250 St Patrick s Ward 2 nd Floor 01 235 5360 Ward routine Each ward has a daily routine that is planned to allow the nursing and medical staff to look after you as efficiently and effectively as possible Your team will plan your therapies to fit in with the ward routine It is important to be considerate of other patients and hospital staff during your stay Please follow the hospital s rules and regulations these include respecting other people s property and keeping the noise level to a minimum for example by using headphones when using a personal radio or TV The staff on your ward will explain the routine to you on your arrival Call Bell A call bell is located at each bedside and there is an orange pull cord in every toilet or shower area For your safety use the

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  • Facilities at NRH - National Rehabilitation Hospital
    com REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES NRH will support and assist you through every stage of your rehabilitation Facilities at NRH Day Room Coffee Shop The Tommy Walsh Day Room located on the Ground Floor is for patients and visitors use A Healthcare Assistant attends the Day Room between 9 00am to 5 00pm from Monday to Friday to provide you with assistance if required The Day Room is divided into two areas and both rooms are open from 9 00am to 9 30pm daily One area of the Day Room has a television and a pool table Card and board games are also available The other area of the Day Room is for those who enjoy a quieter environment Cedars Coffee Shop Cedars Coffee Shop is located on the Ground Floor Opening times are Monday to Friday Weekends and Bank Holidays 9 00am 6 00pm 8 00am 8 00pm Newspapers Postage Stamps and Greetings Cards are also available to buy in the Coffee Shop Your relatives and friends may also use the Staff Canteen Recreation Therapy Service NRH Volunteers The Hospital s Recreation Therapist and the NRH Volunteers organise events and entertainment in the evenings for patients Check the Patients Notice Boards for information dates and times of upcoming events or entertainment Hospital Trolley Shop A trolley shop service is provided to the wards Days and times are posted on the Patients Notice Boards Library Service Books may be obtained from the Trolley Library which is brought to the wards regularly by NRH Volunteers A selection of books is also available in the Tommy Walsh Day Room Television Radio A television and radio service is available in the hospital If you bring a radio with you please ensure that you also bring headphones Internet Café The Internet Café is located in the

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