Individualized treatment goals are set to bring each patient as close to his/her prior functioning level as possible. To assist in maintaining state-of-the-art treatment, our outcomes are measured and compared to regional and national data.
A Typical Day in Inpatient Rehab
During the day, you will spend from one to six hours participating in therapy, depending on your treatment program. Your therapy sessions will begin shortly after breakfast, with a short rest period after lunch. Therapy sessions are scheduled Monday through Saturday.
- Breakfast 7:30 a.m.
- Lunch 11:30 a.m.
- Dinner 4:30 p.m.
Snacks are available between meals if requested. We have a centrally located dining area where we encourage all patients to eat their meals. Nurses will assist patients as needed. All physician and therapist orders, such as special diets or swallowing precautions, will be strictly enforced.
Bathing and Bed Linens
Showers are given every other day, usually between 4 p.m. and bedtime. Nurses can assist in giving a partial bath in the room on opposite days if desired.
Your bed will be straightened and made up for you each morning. During your stay, you can expect your bed linens to be changed twice weekly (Wednesday and Saturday). Of course, soiled linens will be changed as needed.
There will be a short church service on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. in the dining area for those who wish to attend. Family and friends also are welcome to attend.
A neuropsychologist assesses a patient's motivation, values, attitudes and coping techniques as well as assists with emotional and psychological adjustments.