How to use Maslow
for Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are traumatic events that result in significant changes to regular life for you, your family and friends. However, in the 21st century, your injury no longer defines you. By creating a strong support team, you can be whoever you’d like to be. With Maslow on your team, you can take control of your care and rehab and manage it all in one place!
It doesn’t matter what injury it is, rehab hospital can be hard!
Rehab after SCI begins as soon as you’re medically stable to achieve the best possible outcomes. Your rehab squad will include a physio, an occupational therapist (OT), a rehab nurse, a rehab psychologist, a social worker, a dietitian, a recreation therapist and a specialty rehab doctor who are all on your side while you complete your rehab hospital treatment.
During your rehab, a major emphasis is placed on maintaining your current muscular physique, redeveloping fine motor skills you may have lost and learning new ways to complete day-to-day tasks such as getting in and out of cars.
After leaving your rehab hospital dream team, you may feel lost – that’s okay!
Once you’re ready to leave the rehab hospital, you will be given a mountain of information, be required to build your own care & rehab team and teach your care team how to give the best possible care while trying to return to your life. This can be an incredibly daunting task. You may feel lost and overwhelmed – that’s okay! Over time you will assemble your own care & rehab dream team.
What position can Maslow play on your team?
Maslow is great at playing the role of team manager. We can help manage your SCI care & rehab all in one place by allowing you to:
Create an in depth care routine and add images and video to provide support workers all the tools they need to provide the care you want.
Allow your therapists to create rehab programs that you can complete and provide feedback on.
Reduce the time it takes to teach your care team how to help you complete activities like chair-to-bed transfers.