Having identified the discharge destination, the rehabilitation goals may have to be modified to meet the requirements for that destination. Personnel must be identified for long-term care. They may be close relatives who live with the patient or care personnel or community workers. Discharge cannot take place until these requirements are met. Return to a hospital environment after rehabilitation would be a retrograde step that should be avoided at all costs, unless medical complications occur that demand separate hospital treatment.
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