Showing the way in rehabilitation
The Rehabilitation Foundation is a forerunner of rehabilitation and our vision is to be the most engaging development environment for rehabilitation. We have expertise in work ability, functional capacity and social participation.
We combine customer experience with high quality multidisciplinary research, renew models and services of rehabilitation and welcome experts, policymakers, businesses and customers to partake in development.
Our values and promises
We act openly and based on research so that our results can be utilised as widely as possible. We share our data, expertise and results.
Shared work – shared success
We always seek the right expert for the right job. We enable policymakers, service providers, developers and customers to interact with each other. We act and influence together.
In our development environment we aim to provide with a more equal rehabilitation for all demographics.
- Working with the mind of a researcher
- Bravely experimenting
- Collaborating and sharing
- In a sustainable way
At the annual National Rehabilitation Days, we present the latest research and discuss rehabilitation service systems and customer experiences in different countries.
The Learning Support Centre
Questionnaire of learning and mental health problems (KOMO)
KOMO-questionnaire is a simultaneous screening method for learning disabilities and mental health problems meant for the professional usage. It can help to identify people whose learning disabilities might have gone unrecognised. It is important to pay attention to voluntary participation, confidentiality and safeguarding whilst using the questionnaire.
Download the questionnaire and guidance by clicking the link below:
Information security and data protection
Our policies concerning information security and data protection comply with the Finnish legislation and The General Data Protection Regulation as required by The European Union. These are based on national, general and industry-specific laws, statutes, guidelines and standards which oversee and obligate information security, person registers, competent ways of managing data and the quality of data.