Adeli International Rehabilitation Center (legal name Adeli Eesti OÜ) was founded in 2003 with a purpose to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities. First client was served on 21st January 2004. This date is considered as company’s date of birth.

Adeli started out as a small family business with 13 employees. After more than 10 years of work, in 2014, Adeli received the Gazelle award, presented by the Estonian financial magazine Äripäev. The award was given to companies that have achieved a continuous growth in revenue or gross profit for the last three financial years, and which have, in total, more than doubled the revenue or the gross profit in the period. Today, the company has more than 60 employees.

Company’s original name was Adeli Estonian Rehabilitation Center. It was named after Adeli suit treatment method. Rehabilitation centers using this method are found in different parts of Europe (Slovakia, Poland).
From year 2013, the name changed to Adeli International Rehabilitation Center. The name change was due to our customer base becoming more international.

Center’s focus during first years was to improve Estonian service provision to patients with cerebral palsy, stroke or traumatic brain injury to enhance their quality of movement and functional capacity.
Today, the areas of interest have expanded from various neurological, orthopedic and pediatric conditions to speech, cognitive and psychiatric disorders.