Background: Madonna's Adolescent & Children's Rehabilitation Program is designed to meet the needs of individuals 18 years or younger with a variety of diagnoses. Madonna offers pediatric rehabilitation across a wide continuum of care, including the inpatient acute pediatric rehabilitation program in The Alexis Verzal Children's Rehabilitation Unit, a Rehabilitation Day Program, as well as a Pediatric Outpatient Program.
Diagnoses: Madonna serves kids with a variety of diagnoses. For its most recent fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, adolescents and children with the following diagnoses were served as inpatients: brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, orthopedic, cardio-pulmonary, neurological conditions and burns.
|Spinal Cord Injury|
Geographic Area: Madonna serves people from a wide region. Last year 79% of the children and adolescents served at Madonna came from outside Lincoln, with 14 who came from out of state including Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and South Dakota.
A total of 250 new outpatients were served, with the pediatric therapy team delivering nearly 10,700 visits. Additionally, new patients were served in the Rehabilitation Day Program.
Diagnoses: Madonna serves outpatient children and adolescents with a wide array of diagnoses, including brain injury, orthopedic injuries, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurological conditions, feeding and swallowing deficits, and developmental disabilities.
Ages: The Adolescent and Children Outpatient Program serves children at a variety of ages.
|Age of Patients||Percent of Inpatients Served|
|0-3 years old|
|4-10 years old|
|11-14 years old|
|15-18 years old|