Community Health Network - Hook Rehabilitation Center (Silp), Santa Ana, CA

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Freedom and independence are two of the most important aspects of adult life. Hook Rehabilitation Center’s Semi-Independent Living Program (SILP) is a dynamic, innovative approach to therapy which is designed to increase those skills necessary for individuals to function in a home environment. Clients who are actively enrolled in the Community/Work Re-Entry track at the outpatient clinic on the Ft. Ben campus have an opportunity to reside in this home, situated in a residential neighborhood just minutes away from the outpatient clinic.
Participation in these combined programs is geared for those individuals who plan to return to their homes and/or return to work once finished with their therapy program. The therapy that is initiated during day treatment can be carried over to the SILP home. This allows for the ability to practice new skills in home and community settings.
The SILP is handicap accessible. The house has four bedrooms and can accommodate up to five individuals at a time.

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However, it is the goal of the staff to provide individual sleeping quarters for each client. There are two bathrooms that are shared by the residents in the home. We have found that clients work out a schedule among themselves that suits each individual’s needs for bathing and/or showering and grooming. All food is prepared in the kitchen of the home. The SILP is staffed 24 hours a day with trained Community Health Network employees who also provide the van transportation to the outpatient clinic for daily therapy. This staff facilitates the transference of skills that each individual learns in the therapy clinic to real-life situations at the home and in the community. There is an emphasis on activities of daily living, e.g. cooking, medication management, and laundry.
Opportunities are also available to clients to participate in community outings such as shopping and leisure activities. The large family room at the SILP has a TV and games available for the residents when there is free time. Admission criteria: A two-week treatment stay on the Hook Neurobehavioral Unit is preferred prior to admission to the SILP. A neuropsychologist’s recommendation is necessary. Clients must participate in the outpatient day treatment five days per week. Clients must be able to administer their own medications with only verbal cueing if needed. Detailed instructions regarding medications will be given at time of admission.
Each client should bring the following: Loose, comfortable clothing. It is recommended that you bring sufficient changes of clothing for the week. A washer and dryer are available for you to do your own laundry. Personal hygiene items, wrist watch, eyeglasses or contacts, hearing aids. Alarm clocks are provided. Therapeutic equipment previously issued, such as braces/splints, wheelchairs, canes, or other equipment should also be brought with each client. Client rooms may be personalized with photos of family and friends, but do not bring valuables.
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