Casa Colina Clients with stroke improve in their mobility and cognition
at Casa Colina's Transitional Living Center allowing them to return
Clients experience significant improvements in their physical abilities,
- On average clients experience a 30% increase in mobility
Data collected between 1/2010 - 3/2015; sample size = 42. Using the Stroke
Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement, we measure basic mobility such
as movement of your arms, lying down, sitting, standing, and walking.
100 = normal movement
Clients experience a significant decrease in the level of supervision they
need, allowing them to return to their previous living environment.
- On average when clients are admitted to Casa Colina after having a stroke
they require full time direct or indirect supervision
- At discharge, clients only require part-time supervision
Data collected between 1/2010 - 3/2015; sample size = 24
Clients experience significant improvements in their cognitive abilities,
including memory and problem solving.
- On average we observe significant changes as clients go from requiring
maximum to only minimal cues for memory and problem solving tasks
Data collected between 1/2010 - 3/2015; sample size = 33