THE PATIENT JOURNEY

Heal, recover, rejoin the life you love.

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Within the first 24 hours

Within the first 24 hours of your stay in our rehab hospital, your therapy plan starts with meeting the treatment team.

 

Together, we review your personalized treatment goals and discuss how we will achieve them together.  This becomes your individualized plan of care and will include specifics on your daily schedule. 

Your assigned Case Manager is your advocate upon admission and a member of the treatment team. Your Case Manager monitors your progress on specific goals and discusses the goals daily with the treatment team. 

What to Expect During Your Rehab Stay

An early start to the day with breakfast and getting dressed


Morning therapy sessions


Lunch in our common dining areas or in your private room


Break to re-energize: Have a nutritious snack and take a rest


Afternoon therapy sessions 

Evening meal and relaxation with family, loved ones and visitors
 

15 hours of therapy per week
 


 

 

What to Bring 

Comfortable Clothing

Appropriate Shoes

Sweater or Jacket

Sleepwear

Toiletry Items

Corrective Items

Common Rehabilitation Activities

Technology-assisted physical activities:
 

  • Functional electrical stimulation 'waking up' worn-down muscles, which causes them to contract
     

  • Advanced technology that helps impaired limbs carry out recurring motion, assisting patients in regaining function and strength.
     

  • Virtual Reality technology assisting with hand-eye coordination and improve your ability to think and move. 

Physical activities
 

  • Strengthening of motor skills using workouts to improve muscle coordination and strength.
     

  • Individual therapy to assisting with swallowing, speech, or language.
     

  • Mobility training including learning to use walking aids to help stabilize and support the weight of your body while relearning to walk.
     

  • Range-of-motion therapy using workouts and other treatments to reduce muscle tension and restore motor function.

  • Fine motor skills training to regain functioning of the hands and eye-hand coordination.

Emotional and cognitive activities:
 

  • Therapy for communication conditions helps patients regain lost abilities in comprehension, listening, speaking, and writing.

  • Cognitive therapy to incorporate elements of memory, processing speed, and attention that can help restore everyday functioning.
     

  • Psychological assessment and treatment that might include testing a patient's emotional adjustment and ability to manage stress.