Immediate Needs Assessment (INA)

Immediate Needs Assessments

Immediate needs assessments (INAs) are the foundation of any rehabilitation plan. Their purpose is to identify the needs of a patient, assessing their injuries, physical and psychological conditions, and current limitations versus pre-injury and pre-condition abilities. Every INA acts as a roadmap to recovery. 

Regardless of the injury to our patients, we focus on their return to function whenever possible. We spend a lot of time building rapport and trust with our patients, engaging with them, and developing a commitment to our co-produced rehabilitation plan. 

How We Help

Every patient is unique. Case Managers will review medical records and collaborate with medical professionals to build an understanding of the patient’s condition before crafting the rehab plan with the patient to identify their needs and personal goals.

Cases we work on 

  • Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) 
  • Catastrophic Injuries 
  • Chronic Pain 
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), including Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) 
  • Spinal Injuries 
  • Amputation 
  • Polytrauma 

Tailored Immediate Needs Assessments

Spinal injuries

Orthopaedic injuries

Head injuries

Chronic pain

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