Rehabilitation (ReHa) is a benefit for the reintegration of a sick person, physically or mentally handicapped or at risk of disability into professional and social life.
Outpatient rehabilitation usually takes place for a maximum of 20 days in a rehabilitation clinic or in a rehabilitation center.
During outpatient rehabilitation, patients spend the days at the facility and the nights at home. One advantage of outpatient rehabilitation is that the usual environment only has to be abandoned during the day.
Inpatient rehabilitation takes place whenever outpatient rehabilitation is not sufficient. Inpatient rehabilitation is usually granted for a maximum of three weeks.
A rehabilitation team comes to the patient's home or to the patient's facility. Especially for the elderly or for people with dementia, this type of rehabilitation is particularly beneficial, as you learn to re-settle in your everyday life and in your surroundings.