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What is Rehabilitation?What is RNOC? 

Rehabilitation is a goal-oriented and often time-limited process, which enables individuals with impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions to identify and reach their optimal physical, mental and/or social functional level through a client-focused partnership with family, providers and the community. Rehabilitation focuses on abilities and aims to facilitate optimal independence and social integration.

- "Managing the Seams":

 

The Rehabilitation Network of Ottawa-Carleton (RNOC) is an organization of rehabilitation providers, which have come together in an effort to provide more effective and cost-efficient, integrated rehabilitative care in Ottawa-Carleton and Eastern Ontario.

The goal is the development of a system of rehabilitation, providing coordinated care for all age groups across a continuum of health care services, rationalized and planned across the region served by Ottawa-Carleton.