A Typical Therapy Day | Our rehab staff usually begins treating patients around 7:30 a.m. A typical morning for a patient would be for “Mrs. Jones” to receive Occupational Therapy at 7:30 for self care training, followed by Physical Therapy for ambulation and exercise. Mrs. Jones could possible receive additional Occupational Therapy for upper extremity exercise and Speech Therapy for language/memory skills or for swallowing therapy. Treatment times vary, with patients receiving up to 5 hours of treatment daily. Every patient is different, and our highly trained therapist establishes an individualized treatment plan which is then approved by the physician who supervises our Rehabilitation Unit.

All patients admitted through our skilled unit will be receiving rehabilitation services, which may include one or all of the following: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Respiratory Therapy.

Occupational Therapy assists patients to regain their self-care independence in areas such as bathing, dressing, toileting and home management.

Physical Therapy addresses the areas of walking, bed mobility, balance, and transfers.

Speech Therapy assists patients in the areas of speech and language skills, swallowing, memory, and cognition.
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