The main aim of rehabilitation programmes is to give people the tools, skills, and support they need to live a happy and fulfilled life following an illness, injury or addiction. It can take many forms and will differ per person and per situation.
Rehabilitation programmes are used by many people for lots of different reasons. As a result, all programmes are tailored to every patient’s unique requirements, so that everyone can access the right level of support, in a way that works for them.
Although the main aim of rehabilitation programmes is to maximise independence through therapeutic programming, other end goals include:
There are many benefits that come hand in hand with rehabilitation programmes, especially when it comes to improving the standard of life of those that have suffered from addiction. Benefits can be physical, mental and even lifestyle-based.
Essentially, rehabilitation provides patients with a greater sense of independence, which can have a huge impact on their general health and wellbeing following any form of physical trauma.
Many people choose to participate in rehabilitation programmes as it makes a huge difference to their recovery, especially when it comes to finding their feet in the world again and living life to the full.
For example, the core lifestyle benefits of rehabilitation include the following:
Finding your feet following a traumatic life event can be incredibly daunting, challenging, and emotional however, with the right level of rehabilitation it is possible to get back the life skills and abilities you lost through illness, injury or addiction.
At ANA, we work closely with our clients to help rebuild their lives, gain confidence and self-worth and believe that they can live a healthy, responsible, and productive life, free of addictive substances.