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Clients - Intensive Functional Rehabilitation Unit

The Intensive Functional Rehabilitation Unit receives children and teenagers aged 0 to 18 years, living in Montreal, Laval and many other parts of Western Quebec such as: Abitibi, the Laurentians, Lanaudière, Mauricie, Central Quebec, Montérégie as well as the regions of Northern Quebec. They are admitted to the Intensive Functional Rehabilitation Unit for motor impairments that require rehabilitation therapy.

There are a number of reasons for admitting children to the Unit. These include:

  • Accidents causing serious damage to motor, cognitive, language and emotional functions, etc.;
  • Burn scars;
  • Progressive diseases;
  • Severe eating disorders;
  • Need for technical aids that compensate for severe motor limitations.
  • Post-surgical procedures to correct orthopedic deformations. 
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Updated on 3/20/2015
Created on 1/15/2015
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The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation’s Mélio Fund – formerly the Fondation Mélio – is an essential pillar of support for the centre of excellence in musculoskeletal disorders and in rehabilitation medicine. It is dedicated to providing ongoing and indispensable support for the 5,000 children with locomotor or speech impairments being cared for at the Marie Enfant Rehabilitation Centre (CRME).


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