“National Center for Child Rehabilitation”

List of contraindications for hospitalization of a child:


  • Frequent or profuse bleeding of various origins.
  • Severe anemia with a hemoglobin level of less than 80 g/l.
  • Generalized, frequently recurring seizures of various etiologies (within the last 6 months).
  • Acute infectious diseases.
  • Active stage of all forms of tuberculosis (A 15.0-1, A 15.5, A15.7-9).
  • Malignant neoplasms (3-4 stages).
  • Insufficiency of respiratory function of more than 3 degrees.
  • Febrile or subfebrile fever of unknown origin.
  • The presence of complex severe concomitant diseases (including protein-energy deficiency of the 3rd degree).
  • Diseases in the decompensation stage, including uncorrectable metabolic diseases (diabetes mellitus, myxidema, thyrotoxicosis and others).
  • Purulent skin diseases, infectious skin diseases (scabies, fungal diseases and others), trophic changes (bedsores).
  • Activity of the rheumatic process of the 2nd degree and higher, the presence of hormonal therapy.
  • Ankylosis and persistent irreversible contractures.
  • Mental illnesses with personality desocialization (F00; F02; F03; F05; F10; F29; F63; 70; 79).
  • Vegetative state, apalic syndrome.
  • In the presence of other concomitant diseases that prevent active participation in the rehabilitation program for 2-3 hours a day.



– palliative care services are prescribed to patients in a vegetative state. In cases of rehabilitation potential, patients are referred to the appropriate stages of medical rehabilitation in accordance with international criteria

-patients diagnosed with emotional and behavioral disorders with aggression towards themselves and others are referred to mental health centers


List of contraindications for hospitalization of caregivers:

  • Pregnancy is more than 21 weeks.
  • Acute diseases.
  • Chronic diseases in the acute stage (diabetes mellitus, hypertension, thyrotoxicosis and others).
  • The age of the caregiver is over 60 years old.
  • Mental illness.
  • Purulent skin diseases, infectious skin diseases (scabies, fungal diseases and others).
  • Epilepsy with frequent seizures.



The accompanying person must be provided with shoes and clothing for the season, removable non-slip shoes (closed), sports uniforms, toiletries