care giver and patient
Our Team
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Physician

Your personal physician may choose to provide medical direction during your stay with us. If your physician is not available to actively participate during your stay, with your permission we can update him/her of your progress and plans for discharge and we will assign an attending physician to oversee your stay at our facility.

Nursing Team

All nursing care during your stay will be guided 24 hours a day by nurses who are experienced in rehabilitation and/or long-term care. The nursing unit you are assigned to will have a charge nurse who will oversee nursing aspects of your care. Supporting him/her will be nursing aides who are primarily responsible for assisting you in personal hygiene, dressing, and eating.

Social Worker

The Social Worker (or his/her designee) will meet with you and your family soon after admission to collect a detailed history of your past living situation. The social worker becomes your main contact. He/she will also work with you in planning for discharge back to your home or to a level of care that meets your needs.

Dietitian

The Dietitian is specially trained to assure that you receive adequate nutrition. Coordinating with your physician, nutritional needs are then followed throughout your stay. Nutrition education may be provided with guidelines given for care at home.

Physical Therapist

Physical therapy is frequently ordered by the physician to evaluate your physical capabilities and design a treatment plan to improve the quality of your muscle tone, coordination, balance, strength, endurance, and joint flexibility. Our staff will provide you with extensive education and training which will enable you to be as active and independent as possible.

Occupational Therapist

Your physician may order occupational therapy during your stay to evaluate and provide treatment for the skills needed for independent living. These areas include: grooming and hygiene, eating skills, homemaking, money management, upper body strengthening, fine motor coordination, thinking skills, visual perceptual abilities, and community reintegration.

Speech Therapist

A Speech/Language Pathologist may work with you if you have any type of communication problem as a result of your illness or accident. These may include problems with speaking, listening, thinking, reading, writing, problem solving, sequencing, and organizing your thoughts. The Speech/Language Pathologist is also trained to evaluate and develop treatment plans in the area of cognitive retraining for persons having difficulty with attention, orientation, memory, problem solving, sequencing, time and money management, and other cognitive problems.

Certified Activity Staff

Our Activity personnel along with trained community volunteers are available to provide each patient/resident recreational activities that are designed to maintain the highest attainable social, physical, and emotional function of the individual. Everyone is encouraged to participate in activities that meet their level of interest and needs. We offer both group as well as individual programs.

Family

Family members are important participants in your recovery. They have a role in goal setting and providing the motivation and cooperation necessary for successful therapy.

Our Goal

Our goal will be to focus on your achieving the greatest functional outcome so that you can return home as quickly as possible.