Using an interdisciplinary approach, the Constance-Lethbridge Rehabilitation Centre (CLRC) provides personalized rehabilitation services of a specialized or ultra-specialized nature. These services enable adults with motor and/or speech and language disabilities to improve their quality of life. The CLRC’S overall objective is to help its clients maximize their abilities and empower them to establish or re-establish themselves as independent individuals who can participate in the life of their community to the extent that their capacities will permit.
To reach us: (514) 487-1770
The CLRC is three-faceted: to provide clinical services, to offer academic instruction at the college and university levels and to pursue applied research.
The CLRC is designated by the Ministry of Health and Social Services to offer all of its services in French and English, and is recognized by the Montreal Health and Social Services Agency for making its services accessible to ethno-cultural communities. The CLRC is affiliated with McGill University and is an active member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR).
POINT OF SERVICE
16777, boul. Hymus
Toll Free: 1 888 695-7565
- Assistive Technology
- Driving Evaluation and Vehicle Adaptation
- Neurology (Living With Aphasia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy sub-programs)
- Orthopedics (Chronic Pain Management sub-program)
- Rheumatology (Fibromyalgia sub-program)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (Serious Behaviour Problems sub-program)
- Social Life Renewal (Art Module, Leth-Go group)
- Technical Aid Service
- Work Evaluation and Orientation (Chronic Low Back Pain Prevention Clinic, Work Integration Therapy [INTRA])
- West Island Satellite Centre (for clients living in the West Island area of Montreal)