The Rose Rehabilitation Clinics

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The rehabilitation clinics at the Rose Centre is an evaluation and treatment clinic that offers specific, effective and innovative diagnostic and rehabilitative procedures for swallowing disorders (dysphagia) that are driven by the latest research and physiologic needs of our patients.

Covid-19 Update

The Rose Rehabilitation clinics are open for face-to-face assessment and treatment during COVID-19 alert level 2. Please call our Administrator Fiona Bellett Ph 369 1326 for further information. Patients who would like to contact a speech-language therapist, can contact our Clinical Director, Lucy Greig, on lucy.greig@canterbury.ac.nz

A telehealth service is available (conducting assessments and/or therapy on-line via Zoom). Please contact Lucy Greig, clinical director, to discuss whether this may be an option for you lucy.greig@canterbury.ac.nz

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Evaluation services

See our non-instrumental and instrumental assessment and evaluation services.

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Treatment services

The Rose Rehabilitation Clinics offers treatment services for dysphagia and aphasia.

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Clinic fees

Fees list for Rose Centre clinics evaluation, assessment and treatment services.

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Testimonials

See what our patients say about the Rose Rehabilitation Clinics.

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Make a referral

We accept referrals from individuals, GPs or therapists for assessment and rehabilitation.

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Donate to the Rose Centre

Find out how to support the Rose Rehabilitation Clinics.