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Robert R. Cawley, D.O.

Dover, NH 03802

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Neurological Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Services

Let's Do This Together

It can be daunting coping with the effects of an acquired brain injury like a stroke, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury or other neurological condition.

It’s why we bring together all of the clinical experts you’ll need to face that challenge in our regionally-recognized outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Day Program at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital.

Improve your cognition and communication. Master overcoming some of your physical and social deficits. Promote your independence within community and work environments.

Connect with the support resources needed, whether that’s prosthetics, orthotics, vocational rehabilitation or neuropsychology.

Our interdisciplinary team is here to create a customized treatment plan for you immediately following your thorough initial evaluation.

Throughout your journey, we will be here regularly reviewing your plan, pulling together whatever you might need, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and social work.

  • Physical Therapy
    Physical therapy develops an individual treatment plan to meet specific needs of each client, focusing on client outcomes to achieve maximum functional potential. Physical Therapy may include balance, strength and endurance exercises, aquatic therapy, mobility training and pain management. 
  • Occupational Therapy
    Occupational therapists promote independence and safety with activities of daily living, including self-care, home maintenance, leisure and community skills. OT evaluates the sensory, motor, perceptual and cognitive deficits, which interfere with living independently.

  • Speech-Language Pathology
    Speech-Language Pathology evaluates and treats individuals with difficulties in the areas of speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice and swallowing. They provide a holistic, client-centered approach to rehabilitation that promotes family and client involvement throughout the process. The goal is to assist clients in reaching their highest level of independence and functioning in daily life.

  • Social Work Services
    The Social Worker’s role is to provide follow up for outpatients as needed. Social Work Services may include establishing connections to community resource and psychosocial support

We know what it takes to succeed.

Meet your challenges. Be our next success story.

Contact Us

For more information about the Neurological Day Program, please contact Rehab Services at (603) 740-2101.


 

Stroke Support Group

Join us each month to interact with other stroke survivors in an encouraging environment. Topics may include coping skills, education and presentations by experts. Friends and family welcome.

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