alcoholism drug addiction treatment centerAlcohol rehabilitation services at Weiss provides one-on-one care by highly skilled professionals, resulting in better patient outcomes and 100% patient satisfaction scores with our therapy staff for two years in a row.

Through a partnership with Schwab Rehab—the pioneer of rehab in the Midwest—our standard of clinical excellence is unmatched.  Medical direction is provided by a Schwab physiatrist who has specialized training in physical medicine and Alcohol rehabilitation.  In addition, both our nurses and therapists are certified in rehab nursing and in neurodevelopment techniques.

The cornerstone of our rehab program is a 26-bed Alcohol Rehabilitation & Treatment Center for patients who need intensive inpatient alcoholism rehabilitation.  Compared regionally and nationally, we typically admit more seriously challenged patients, who frequently go home quicker and with more independent functioning as measured by Functional Independent Measurement (FIM) scores from the Uniform Data System for Medical Alcohol rehabilitation.  Developed with support from the U.S. Department of Education and National Institute on Disability and Alcohol rehabilitation Research, the Uniform Data System for Medical Alcohol rehabilitation is the most widely used system in the world for documenting the severity of patient disability and the outcomes of medical Alcohol rehabilitation.  Typical patients we treat in our inpatient Alcohol rehabilitation unit include:

Outpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation Services at Weiss incorporate four disciplines:  Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Audiology.

Physical Therapy helps patients gain strength and mobility through exercises and activities designed especially for their needs.  Physical Therapy is designed to help restore and maintain optimal physical function, wellness and fitness, and quality of life.

Occupational Therapy is designed to help patients regain maximum independence in the basic skills essential to daily life.  These may include eating, dressing, bathing, or other self-care activities.  They may also include household activities such as cooking and laundry, and leisure interests such as bowling, gardening, or painting.

Speech Therapy (or speech language pathology) targets deficit areas such as speech and language disorders, cognitive impairments, voice pathologies, and swallowing disorders.  These may occur as a result of a stroke, head injury, neurological diseases, head and neck cancer, or general de-conditioning.

Weiss’ Audiology services are designed to help people of all ages, from school-aged children to the geriatric population.  Weiss’ audiologists provide patients with a full hearing assessment to evaluate their ability to hear and understand.

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