National Rehabilitation Week Question Game was a Hit with Patients


Each day of National Rehabilitation Week, patients received a question card on their breakfast tray, which they took to occupational therapy.  Therapists helped patients answer questions related to their plan of care.  For example, “Why is it important for you and your family to be involved in your rehabilitation goals?” and “When does discharge planning start?” 

Patients who answered their questions were entered into a daily drawing for National Rehabilitation Week prizes, such as seats cushions and flashlights.

Connie Stimpson       

 Darren Curry    

Patient games during occupational therapy focused on involving and educating patients about their rehabilitation. Pictured above and left are patients with their therapists and the prizes they won after playing the game.