Rehabilitation isn't just for those who have long-term or physical disabilities. Rehabilitation, on the other hand, is a critical health care for anyone suffering from an acute or chronic illness, impairment, or accident that impairs their ability to function, and it should be offered to anyone who need it. Supportive rehabilitation improves a person's self-care abilities and mobility by teaching compensatory approaches or alternative ways of doing tasks, as well as offering self-help gadgets. This may entail the supply of assistive technology or changes to the surroundings. Adaptive rehabilitation is a term used to describe this process. The promotion of independence and quality of life requires rehabilitation and supporting care. The purpose of supportive care is to prevent or treat disease symptoms, side effects from disease treatment, and psychological, social, and spiritual problems associated with a disease or its treatment as early as feasible. Also known as palliative care, comfort care, and symptom management.