Rehabilitation

The Rehabilitation Department is dedicated to helping residents achieve their maximum capabilities. We strive to enhance resident quality of life by developing and implementing a personalized plan of care that addresses the total needs of each individual.

Physical Therapy addresses physical dysfunction and/or pain, such as the ability to walk again after illness through the use of therapeutic exercise, modalities, balance and gait training activities. Occupational Therapy teaches functional and self-care skills called Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), including feeding, dressing and grooming through the use of techniques which improve fine motor control, coordination, perception and cognitive skills. Our speech/language pathologists address the communication and swallowing needs of our residents by providing speech, language, oral and pharyngeal sensorimotor training. Our 42-bed, Rehabilitation and Sub-Acute Unit is dedicated to enabling patients to acquire or relearn skills they need to return home as quickly and independently as possible. Our specialty programs include: Cardiac Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation.