Things to Consider as
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After a hospital stay, one of the most important questions you or a loved one may have is about recovery options. There are many choices and each one has different benefits.
Recovering at Home vs. Recovering at a Transitional Rehab Center
Before deciding on your recovery option, here are a few questions that you should consider.
Will I be able to return home and take care of myself independently? Will I be able to cook, clean, bathe and dress myself daily without assistance?
Is my home safe and/or appropriate for me to return to? Are there stairs to climb, small bathrooms, bedrooms on the second floor, etc.?
If I need assistance, do I have the proper care at home? Making sure that you have someone who is available and can provide the appropriate level of assistance is critical to your recovery.
Do my loved ones have the ability and the time to assist in my care?
How often will I get therapy at home? Will therapy be scheduled around my needs?
Will I stay motivated to complete additional therapy exercises on my own at home?
Will I have access to trained medical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in case of an emergency? In the event of an emergency, what would my options be?
Our Transitional Rehabilitation patients receive all of these benefits from a short stay:
Cleaning and laundry services are provided.
All meals and snacks are included. Patients can select from our full menu as well as several “Always Available” options.
Our trained medical staff manage and distribute all medications. Therapy services are provided 7 days a week.
Access to medical care through our team of doctors and mid-level providers 24/7.
Family and friends do not have to assist with caregiving.
“Working with our Transitional Rehab™ patients is the best part of my day. I love getting to make a difference in the lives of others.”
“I love taking care of my patients. They brighten up my day so much and I’m glad that I can be a part of their recovery.”
“I love having the opportunity to get to know my patients. It’s a great feeling when you can share a word of encouragement or a conversation with them. They become part of my extended family.”