Adapt has created a recovery center where all patrons are members of a community and have access to all of our facility amenities whenever they please. As a member of Adapt, you can take advantage of our common area, therapy tables, community area, kids lounge, Ground Therapy studio, and meditation suites. Also included in membership is participation in peer support groups, standing frame use, access to meditation and guided imagery content, hotel discounts, monthly social events, and a host of other seasonal perks.
Our local programs are designed for those who live in and around the San Diego area, who can easily commute to the facility from their home or place of residence. As a local member, you may already know the area, have a place to stay, and the necessary transportation for your trips to Adapt.
As a visiting member, you may have questions about where to stay, how to get to the facility, and what to do during the time you are not training at Adapt. We are here to answer those questions. Adapt not only offers world-class training for its members; we also offer an All-Inclusive, Visiting Member Protocol.
Can’t make it to our facility? No problem. We offer a distance membership program which gives your access to our Recovery Consultants monthly via a virtual Skype or Facetime-based sessions. Our Distance Membership gives you full access to the facility amenities when you are onsite, as well as a once monthly remote consulting session with a dedicated Recovery Consultant. You can schedule a session anytime, and from anywhere in the world. Adapt provides a distance consulting service in which you and a caregiver are taken through a training session virtually. In the training session, the Recovery Consultant will evaluate your body and use specific modalities to target your goals for the training session.
During the evaluation process, you or your caregiver will be asked to move your body into different ranges of motion and positions to see what modalities would be best to work in with your body. All that is needed for the training session is a caregiver and an open area to move around, such as a bed or matted floor area.
While this cannot replace the true hands-on work of our Recovery Consultants, it is a great way to keep progress monitored if you are not able to make it to our facility.
8-Week Reboot Program
Adapt’s Reboot program is an 8-week protocol incorporating physical, mental and community health practices with a goal of improving overall quality of life. Over the course of the eight weeks, participants will experience one-on-one personalized activity based training and functional movement sessions focusing on strength, coordination, balance, and gait training all while furthering their abilities in each stage of the neurodevelopmental sequence. On the mental front, participants will engage in daily mental health practices that can range from technology assisted meditation using Muse™ to a proprietary guided imagery framework called Light Induced Guided Healing Therapy (LIGHT). The final component of the reboot program consists of creating community health through group activities. From social gatherings and trivia nights to adaptive surfing and equine therapy.
We fundamentally believe that building a solid practice around mental, physical and community health that can be incorporated into everyone’s day to day routine is critical to maintaining a high quality of life, regardless of injury or indication. Adapt’s reboot program is designed to accelerate that lifestyle practice, so you can live a stronger, healthier and more fulfilled life. Participants can come from all backgrounds, indications and ability levels, whether you’re impacted by an injury-related disability or a neurodegenerative disease such as MS or ALS the reboot can be tailored to fit your goals. The Reboot is Adapt’s flagship program, and is currently being studied in partnership with UCSD Health to measure quality of life improvement in those impacted with Multiple Sclerosis.