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Gruppo Kos – Istituto di Riabilitazione S. Stefano

Spezialisierung des Zentrums: Neurologie

Porto Potenza Picena (MC)
Via Aprutina, 194, MC, Italia
62018 - Italy
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The Institute specializes in the rehabilitation of severe acquired cerebral lesions and myelolesions, neurological, orthopedic and pneumological rehabilitation. The hospital has a unit for the treatment of severe respiratory insufficiencies. For the latter, the hospital has a unit for the rehabilitation of severe respiratory insufficiencies. It is also specialized in assisting patients in persistent vegetative state and with severe disabilities. Modes of intervention At the Institute, rehabilitation is carried out in contexts with different organization of activities according to the intensity required by the rehabilitation or care intervention and paths are implemented: Intensive rehabilitation in high specialty, in ordinary hospitalization, in post-acute phase (severe traumatic, vascular, infectious and post-anoxic brain injury, which caused a period of coma and acute spinal cord diseases). Intensive rehabilitation in ordinary hospital or extra-hospital hospitalization with beds grouped in units specializing in intensive rehabilitation of disabilities resulting from neurological, orthopedic and rheumatological diseases. Extensive extra-hospital rehabilitation intended for the rehabilitation of non-self-sufficient patients who cannot be cared for in an alternative regime to hospitalization, but who do not require intensive rehabilitation treatment. Special unit dedicated to the care of patients in persistent vegetative state or in a state of minimal consciousness. Unit for severe respiratory insufficiencies intended to accommodate patients suffering from severe respiratory insufficiencies secondary to post-traumatic, chronic-degenerative cerebral lesions and resulting from primary bronchopulmonary diseases. Reception center for the disabled Rehabilitation in day hospitalization. Modalità di Intervento Presso l’Istituto la riabilitazione si svolge in contesti con diversa organizzazione delle attività in funzione dell’intensità richiesta dall’intervento riabilitativo o assistenziale e sono realizzati percorsi di: Riabilitazione intensiva in alta specialità, in regime di ricovero ordinario, in fase post acuta (grave cerebrolesione traumatica, vascolare, infettiva e postanossica, che abbia causato un periodo di coma e patologie acute del midollo spinale). Riabilitazione intensiva in regime di ricovero ordinario ospedaliero o extra-ospedaliero con posti letto raggruppati in Unità specializzate nella riabilitazione intensiva delle disabilità derivanti da patologie neurologiche, ortopediche e reumatologiche. Riabilitazione extra ospedaliera estensiva destinata alla riabilitazione in regime di ricovero prolungato di pazienti non autosufficienti, non assistibili in regime alternativo alla degenza, ma che non necessitano di trattamento riabilitativo intensivo. Unità speciale dedicata all’assistenza di pazienti in stato vegetativo persistente o in stato di minima coscienza. Unità per le gravi insufficienze respiratorie destinata ad accogliere pazienti affetti da gravi insufficienze respiratorie secondarie a cerebrolesioni post-traumatiche, cronico-degenerative e derivanti da primitive patologie broncopolmonari. Centro di accoglienza per disabili Riabilitazione in regime di ricovero diurno.

Warum hunova und wie Technologie im Zentrum verwendet wird

"For Santo Stefano the technology does not replace the physiotherapist and could never replace him, but it allows to obtain the best rehabilitative effectiveness and to make the rehabilitation path measurable. Rehabilitation - says Dr. Antonio De Tanti, Coordinator of the Scientific Committee Santo Stefano Rehabilitation - is rapidly growing as scientific, clinical and organizational potential, as demand for services and number of patients. And the growth of Rehabilitation activities makes it increasingly urgent to define valid and shared parameters to monitor the contents of therapeutic interventions and their effects in terms of recovery but mainly in terms of reconstruction of health, autonomy and participation of the person. Technology undoubtedly represents a component that makes it possible to meet the needs of homogeneity, validity and objective effectiveness of therapeutic paths".


Consistent with the complexity of the rehabilitative intervention offered, the team operating in the structure is multi-professional and is composed of:

    The Rehabilitation Doctor
    The Neuropsychologist and the Psychologist
    The Physiotherapist
    The speech therapist
    The Occupational Therapist
    The Educator
    The Social Worker
    The Nurse
    The Healthcare Associate Operator (OSS)

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