Käpylä Rehabilitation Centre
The task of FMD’s Käpylä Rehabilitation Centre is to complement the public service system with rehabilitation services for people who have a spine or brain injury caused through accident or illness. The nucleus of activities constituting the platform of service and expertise is knowledge of the special questions posed by persons with neurological disabilities, and multi-professional rehabilitation.
Lapland Rehabilitation Centre
The FPD’s Lapland Rehabilitation Centre functions as a provider and expert for the Lapland region regarding rehabilitation services that demand multi-professional expertise. The rehabilitation centre principally provides the rehabilitation and expert services required by the Province of Lapland and develops them according to the region’s needs.
Lahti Rehabilitation Centre
FPD’s Lahti Rehabilitation Centre provides and develops the kind of rehabilitation services which support the lives of people with a disability and their close relatives in their home and living environment as equal and independent members of society.
FPD’s Rare Disability Unit at the Lahti Rehabilitation Centre is a national centre for groups of people with rare musculoskeletal disabilities and illnesses. The unit functions as part of the national Rare Diseases Network consisting of ten specialist units from different organizations.
The task of the FPD’s rehabilitation instructors includes supporting the opportunity for people with a mobility disability to function independently in everyday life. The nucleus of the work is the home visit, whose purpose is the assessment of the person with a disability and his or her family in terms of the overall situation, assistance and service needs. The FPD has rehabilitation instructors operating in four hospital districts.
Järvenpää Training Centre
The FPD’s Järvenpää Training Centre is a vocational special education institution. The training centre provides those in need with specialist support in vocational basic education and further education in the fields of technology and transport, culture, natural sciences, and business and administration.
SEESAM Vocational Rehabilitation
SEESAM is the FMD’s vocational rehabilitation unit. The prime target group is people with a musculoskeletal disability requiring rehabilitation, whose life management and integration into the working community is supported by means of vocational rehabilitation. SEESAM Workshop is an FPD unit focusing on workshop activity, operating as two departments, SEESAM Services and SEESAM Production.
Work assessment clinics
The task of the work assessment clinic is to evaluate the capacity for work of people with a disability or impairment and to promote their ability to manage in working life by means of vocational rehabilitation. The FPD has work assessment clinics in Jyväskylä and Kuopio, as well as a work experience unit at the Lapland Rehabilitation Centre.
The service dog is intended for people with a mobility disability who are active and fond of dogs. Once training — funded by the Finnish Slot Machine Association — is complete, the service dogs are handed over to their new owners free of charge.