The Inpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Program at Cincinnati Children’s improves functional independence and participation, and transforms delivery of care through fully integrated, globally-recognized research, education and innovation. We are committed to providing the best outcomes, experience and value to patients and families in our community and around the world.
In addition to our accreditation by the Joint Commission, our program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for our inpatient rehabilitation and pediatric specialty care programs since 1997. In October of 2018, we were the first in the world to receive CARF accreditation for pediatric cancer rehabilitation, and the second in the world to receive CARF accreditation for pediatric pain rehabilitation.
These achievements reflect our dedication and commitment to meeting national rehabilitation standards and to providing the highest quality care for your child.
Cincinnati Children’s has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for our inpatient rehabilitation and pediatric specialty care programs since 1997, for our brain injury program since 2015, and for our cancer and pain programs since 2018.
Our team of experts customize treatment plans based on your child’s ongoing assessments, predicted outcomes and medical and rehabilitation goals.
Working together, our goal is to minimize the impact of your child’s disability and maximize participation in daily activities. As we work with your family, we will develop a plan of care that fits your child’s age, medical status, psychological capabilities and cultural needs.
Learn more about what to expect during your inpatient stay, including detailed information about how to prepare, who you'll meet, and how we'll support you and your family throughout the stay.
Tracking outcomes and statistics of inpatient pediatric rehabilitation patients and sharing this information with our families is an important part of how we work to continually improve care. It is our hope that this results in a better quality of life for you and your child.
|Number of Patient Admitted||128|
|Average Number of Days in Program||19.5|
|*Average Number of Therapeutic Intervention Hours Per Scheduled Therapy Day||4.15|
|Percent of Patients Discharged Home||92%|
|Percent of Patients Able to Return to Leisure Activities by 90 Days||82%|
|Family Satisfaction (all 9’s and 10’s)||98%|
|Percent of Patients Who Were Able to Maintain or Improve Function While in Program||100%|
*Therapeutic intervention is defined as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, recreational therapy and psychology.