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Overview

Schizophrenia patients have very disabling cognitive impairments. These cognitive deficiencies, whether positive or negative, can affect daily functioning and life activities. It also contributes to a large number of chronic illnesses and unemployment. As a result, Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Centers play an important role in assisting schizophrenia patients in adjusting to normal life and coping with their symptoms.
People with schizophrenia can keep their symptoms at bay and live a meaningful and functioning life in society with the correct therapy. For the person suffering from schizophrenia, as well as their family and carers, overcoming schizophrenia can be extremely difficult. Schizophrenia rehabilitation programmes provide a more secure atmosphere in which patients can avoid injuring themselves or others. Furthermore, the patients will receive medical care and will be monitored 24 hours a day by skilled professionals who will assist them in stabilising their false beliefs, delusions, and other mental illnesses so that they may focus on the healing process. Cadabams treats the whole person, not just the symptoms. Schizophrenia rehabilitation programmes assist in providing thorough monitoring, professional treatment 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and a gradual recovery.
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How long is the duration for rehabilitation?

3-4 months is the average duration for psychiatric rehabilitation for schizophrenia. This varies depending on the severity of the symptoms and recovery, suggested by your psychiatrist.

Who can benefit from psychiatric rehabilitation?

  • People who require support in regaining full function following treatment Those who are impaired and require ongoing assistance in a variety of areas
  • Individuals who, although being functional, believe they require further help and assistance.
  • People who do not have access to the resources and support they require to reach full functionality.