For all of your rehab needs
We specialize in ensuring that our residents receive full rehabilitation in every aspect of their lives. From our restorative therapy program to skilled services provided under Medicare, we are here to meet your needs!
Physical Therapy: Physical therapy aims to assist individuals with the achievement, maintenance, and restoration of maximal physical functioning and health throughout their life. Our physical therapists and physical therapist assistants participate within our health care team to provide a fluid plan of care of your loved one. Our therapists use their professional knowledge and skills to achieve mutually agreed upon goals that will allow residents to maintain or achieve their highest level of physical function. In addition to their role in the maintenance and restoration of physical function and health, our physical therapists are also involved in the promotion of health and wellness and the prevention of physical dysfunction and disability.
Occupational Therapy: Occupational therapy helps people from every stage of life participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. These include helping residents with disabilities to participate fully in social situations, helping residents recovering from injury to regain skills, and providing supports for those experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
Speech/Language Pathology: From evaluation to treatment, our speech pathologists work with residents to improve and cure speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders. Whatever aspect the resident and therapist focus on, the goal is still the same: to give the freedom to communicate and express yourself as easily as possible. Our speech-language pathologists are here to work with you and make this goal a reality.
Restorative Therapy: Our trained staff work in tandem with skilled therapy disciplines (such as physical therapy) in order to continue treatment after the resident has been discharged from physical, occupational, or speech therapy. However, a doctor's order is not needed for a resident to be considered for our restorative program. If a need arises and the resident wishes to improve or maintain movement, our trained staff will work with them to meet their goals!