Rehabilitation facility

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Acute Rehabilitation

Acute Rehabilitation Team

Complete rehabilitation. Close to home.

As the only certified acute rehabilitation program in the region, we offer a more complete set of rehabilitation services in a more focused in-patient setting to get you back home and back to living life. Our center is a positive, dynamic alternative to either nursing home-based rehabilitation programs or hospital-based rehabilitation far from home. We even have a full apartment and mini-mall on site to help patients focus on self-care and independent living skills.

A More Complete Rehabilitation Staff

  • Trained rehabilitation nurses.
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapists.
  • Social workers.
  • Spiritual advisors.

We Help Stroke, Brain Injury, Surgical and Other Patients

  • Balance and coordination.
  • Difficulty in swallowing.
  • Mobility (walking, using a wheelchair, getting out of bed and more).
  • Weakness or limited motion.
  • Self-care.
  • Memory.
  • Speech.

We Offer Support and Training for Caregivers and Families

  • Discharge planning to arrange for ongoing care, home health, rehabilitation and other planning.
  • Assessing the home for safety, convenience and accessibility prior to discharge.
  • Training in patient exercises, use of specialized devices, managing medical problems and adjusting to changing life role.

"Our goal is simple: Help each patient achieve the most complete possible recovery and return to living the most rewarding possible life, as quickly as possible."

Conditions commonly treated on the rehabilitation unit include:

  • Stroke (CVA).
  • Traumatic brain injury.
  • Orthopedic dysfunction.
  • Congenital deformities.
  • Major multiple trauma.
  • Spinal cord injury.
  • Amputation.
  • Degenerative neurological disorders.
  • Multiple sclerosis.
  • Polyneuropathy.
  • Muscular dystrophy.
  • Parkinson's disease.
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome.
  • Other progressive neurological impairments.
  

View our brochure for more information on our acute rehabilitation unit.

See how we're doing—view our latest Report Card here.


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