To explore the efficacy of community rehabilitation for facilitating daily function among patients with mental illness.Design and Methods
A quasi-experimental design was used. Two hundred and sixty-four participants completed a daily living function scale questionnaire and provided disease-related information.Findings
Community rehabilitation was shown to be efficient in helping to stabilize mental illness and enhance daily function. Daily function had a significant and positive correlation with disease stability.Practice Implications
Community rehabilitation for patients with mental illness can effectively stabilize and prevent disability among those with mental illness.