The Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program (CORP) at Harborview offers coordinated interdisciplinary evaluations and therapies for outpatients with a variety of neurological disorders such as traumatic brain injury, stroke, aneurysm, tumors and spinal cord injury.
Patient care is directed by the rehabilitation physician and coordinated by the outpatient patient care coordinator. CORP patients are seen in the Rehabilitation Medicine Clinic by the physician as needed throughout the course of the outpatient therapy program.
Evaluation, training and adaptations; independent living skills; self-care techniques; hand and
arm performance; functional strength and endurance; use of adaptive equipment and devices.Physical Therapy
Balance and ambulation training, flexibility and strengthening, mobility skills, movement control, equipment assessment and home exercise instruction.Rehabilitation Counseling
Vocational assessment, referral and planning; job development and placement; advice on Americans with Disabilities Act rights; and job accommodations.
General health maintenance; wound evaluation and care; skin management; bowel and bladder management; and medication review.Clinical Psychology/Neuropsychology
Assessment of cognitive and emotional effects of injury or disease; therapy for adjustment to disability, depression, anxiety, anger and relationships; techniques to manage pain and stress-related physical symptoms.
Cognitive-communication problems, aphasia, motor/speech disorders, swallowing, augmentative and
alternative communications and computer access.Therapeutic Recreation
Community skills training, transportation, aquatics, community resources and peer support.
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