Goal Setting

“Reaching your Potential through Goal Setting”

– Advanced Rehabilitation Training

When a prosthetic patient must return to a physical job or has set a goal to explore new levels of physical activity, advanced training is often required.

We work with our patients to identify goals that are specific, measurable, achievable and realistic.

Goal setting is particularly important in the area of advanced training.  Once goals are created then a treatment plan with training exercises are developed.  The patient is provided with follow-up during this time to provide motivation and to allow for adjustments to the plan.

If additional resources are required it is our aim to work with this patient to find the resources necessary to help them achieve their goals, be it accessing “work-hardening” programs, use of technology such as Wii, and more.


Jacob’s Story

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