Your Rehab Team


Many Disciplines — One Goal



Once the patient is on the road to recovery, the rehab therapy team rolls into action. The team consists of physical therapists (PT), physical therapy assistants (PTA), occupational therapists (OT), certified occupational therapy assistants (COTA), a speech and language pathologist (SLP), and a rehab aide/technician, who work together based on the individual needs of each patient.

The Physical Therapist assesses and treats impairments in strength and function that occur as a result of injury, disease, age-related degeneration, or environmental factors. Physical therapy treatments are performed by the physical therapist, or a physical therapy assistant, who treats under the direction of the supervising physical therapist.

The Occupational Therapist assesses the impact that a decline in function has in the patients’ ability to participate in their life by performing everyday tasks such as dressing and bathing, or being able to return to work or engage in previous hobbies. Occupational therapy treatments are performed by the OT (or a COTA working under the direction of the supervising OT).

The Speech Therapist and/or Language Pathologist assesses language, cognition, and swallowing dysfunction.  A Speech Therapist’s main goal is helping resident with swallowing difficulties.  They will work with residents that may have modified diets to help them get back to eating the types of foods they love.

These three disciplines work together along with nursing, social services, activities, the business office, families, caregivers, and local communities to assess functional potential, and collaborate on the unique goals for every patient. Family members are essential contributors to this interdisciplinary rehab team, as they provide the background and detail of their loved one’s life to incorporate into our plan of care.


While in our care, please know that your loved one will be well taken care of. Because all of our rehab therapists are in-house (rather than outside contractors), our relationships with our residents are superior. Our therapists and nurses work together as a team, and due to the continuity of their care, a strong trust is built with our residents. There is comfort in knowing that the same smiling face will be there to help them through their rehab each day.


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Our highly trained medical staff are always on call to assist you. Our facility is equipped for dealing with a myriad of both short and long-term health issues.


For those with short-term needs, we offer:

Physical, occupational and speech therapy

Wound and ostomy care

IV therapy

Bi-paps, c-paps, hydrocollator and cryotherapy

Wii-Hab and Xbox Kinect

State-of-the-art modality equipment

Short-wave diathermy

Electronic stimulation and ultrasound

Diabetes management and education


We are also well prepared for long-term guests with services such as:

IV services

Individualized care plans

Assistance with activities of daily living

Dementia care programming and tracking

Middle stage / moderate Alzheimer’s care

Wander guard system

Therapeutic & special diets

Restorative care

Long-term custodial care

Medicare certified beds


All of our services and amenities are designed with you, and those who may come to visit you, in mind. Recreational activities catering to the nature of your recovery and the visitation of your loved ones are planned out on a daily basis.


 
 
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What is skilled nursing care?

Skilled nursing is licensed, comprehensive, round-the-clock care in private or semiprivate suites. Services include: IV therapy, Post-surgical care, Wound care, Nutrition management, Orthopedic and joint replacement rehab, Post-stroke rehabilitation, Speech therapy, Occupational therapies, and more. For insurance purposes, a skilled nursing facility is a healthcare institution that meets federal criteria for Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement for nursing care including especially the supervision of the care of every patient by a physician the maintenance of records concerning the patient’s care and condition.


Conditions We Treat


CHRONIC AND SUB-ACUTE MEDICAL CONDITIONS


• Orthopedic (Joint Replacements, Fractures, Amputations, etc.) 
• Cardiac (Congestive Heart Failure, Post Myocardial Infarction, etc.) 
• Pulmonary Diseases (COPD, Pneumonia, Tracheotomy, etc.) 
• Neurological/Neuromuscular Disorders (Strokes, Parkinson’s, Muscular Dystrophy, etc.) 
• Stage III, IV, and Multiple Stage II Wounds
• Circulatory and Diabetic Ulcers
• Dysphagia Management
• Contractures
• Nutritional Impairment
• Diabetes Management
• G.I. Disorders
• Multiple infections
• Rheumatoid and Degenerative Arthritis

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We'll Get You Home

Specialized long and short-term care performed by a highly trained and compassionate staff with your health and comfort as their number one priorities.