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Overview

Depression affects various domains of a person’s life and rehabilitation care can be very helpful. Depression is usually treated with psychotherapy, medication, or a combination of the two. Depression is a treatable disorder, and the therapy will be more effective if the problem is detected and addressed as soon as possible. People are affected by depression in many ways. Each person's experience with the illness will be unique and there will be support needed after Cadabams depression rehabilitation centres use a thorough screening method to identify symptoms and work with patients to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to their specific needs. Cadabams post-rehabilitation care for depression through continued care, follow-ups, consultations, reviews has the direction and assistance provided to a person after their rehab therapy is ended. It provides activities and support groups to help with the transition back to life outside of the treatment centre.
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What consists of post-rehab care for depression?

Post-rehab care consists of a psychiatrist and psychologist follow up. Routine checkups and sometimes home care visits depending on the condition of the patient.

How is post-rehab care helpful in depression?

Post-Rehab Care in depression can help the person stabilize and adjust to the changes after getting out of rehabilitation treatment.  Rehab is a safe space and getting back outside may be challenging as the triggers may be present in real life. Post-rehab care helps manage the triggers and assess the progress and to prevent relapses.