Rehabilitation and restorative rehabilitation programmes for cerebral palsy can greatly contribute to patient's re-integration in active and productive life. Cerebral palsy is a permanent motor disorder resulting from neurological defect. Owing to impaired motor abilities patients spend most of the day in a wheelchair. Halliwick and Bobath therapies, practiced by a neurophysiotherapist, form the essential components of the programme and are upgraded by bathing in healing thermal water. The healing effect of thermal water is very beneficial for restorative rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy. Restorative rehabilitation encompasses the main elements of passive exercises to preserve fitness and thus maintain good mental condition of the patient.
Children with escort stay at the Čatež Hotel, or, if necessary, at the hospital department.
Čatež Hotel, Health Centre and pool complex at the Čatež Hotel have no architectural obstacles and are accessible to mobility impaired and the disabled.