Associate Professor Oakland University Rochester, Michigan
Person Centered (PC) rehabilitation is integral to quality rehabilitation care. There are multiple models of care that attempt to frame this ubiquitous concept in an effort to implement it into practice. The overall goal of this symposium is to dialogue about this important topic rather than decide on a single model for PC care. We will offer critical appraisals of historical, cultural, and evidence-based information about this important trend in order to rethink rehabilitation anew.
Articulate barriers to person centered rehabilitation both in North America and internationally
rethink person centered rehabilitation by challenging taken for granted concepts such as independence
Envision what comes next in person centered rehabilitation