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Short-stay Rehabilitation at Isabella Center
If you are in need of short-stay rehabilitation due to illness or injury, our Isabella Center can provide the care you need to help you regain your independence. As experts in geriatric therapy, we offer a comprehensive program of physical, occupational, speech, and recreational therapies. Our residents receive targeted, intensive therapy under the close supervision of our multi-disciplined Care Team:
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech-Language Pathologists
- Board-Certified Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Physicians
- Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists
- Support Staff
Innovative Treatment Plans for Various Conditions
Our rehabilitation program encompasses the latest technology and modalities in addition to innovative treatment plans that include both individual and group therapy up to seven days a week. We also offer a prosthetic program for amputees, who once they are cleared, can be fitted for prosthetics and then get follow-ups and adjustments.
Our goal is to help each resident achieve the highest level of functioning possible. Whether someone has suffered a fall, had an accident or stroke, or is recovering from surgery, our dedicated staff can help each person overcome specific challenges. Isabella’s short-stay rehabilitation program can address issues related to:
- Joint replacement
- Spinal cord injury
- Neurological conditions
- Orthopedic conditions
- Pulmonary conditions
- Brain injury
- Deconditioning due to illness and hospitalization
- Wound care management
Our Care Team will work with residents and their families to develop a discharge plan that supports a comfortable and safe life at home. Our rehabilitation Nursing Team will make sure that each resident has the skills needed to manage daily life beyond the rehabilitation unit.
- Assistance with daily living skills, such as meal preparation retraining and tub transfers
- Use of adaptive equipment
- Being able to get in and out of an automobile
But our work doesn’t stop there. We also offer education to help each person improve his or her well-being and make healthy lifestyle choices after they return home.
From the mother of an Isabella short-stay rehabilitation resident:
“Sincerely, words cannot express the deep appreciation I feel for the care and attention directed to my son, Alfred, while he was under the care of your rehabilitation staff. I witnessed, day after day, concern, patience and skill of the staff in getting his trust to a level where he steeled himself to follow directions to take the first step, then the next and the next. One could actually see that their wholehearted pleasure in his efforts buoyed up his resolve to improve to the point where he could return home. It goes without saying that the staff was not only very competent, but their concern and solicitude were appropriately in evidence.”