- Relieve pain
- Improve movement or ability
- Rehab after a stroke, accident, injurt or surgery.
- Work on to prevent a slip or fall
- Manage chronic disease such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, or Arthritis
- Learn to use assistance devices
- Adapt to an artificial limb
Skilled Nursing Care
- Greater Availability of Healthcare Services
- Help with Activities of Daily Living
- Increase Physical Activity through Comprehensive Therapy Services
- Improving movement and range of motion in the part of your body where you had surgery.
- Strengthen your muscles
- Reduce pain
- Help you walk again--first with crutches or a walker, and then on your own.
- Teach you to do ADL's; climb stairs, get up from a chair or bed, get in and out of a car, get dressed, and bathe.
- Pressure Sores
- Surgical Wounds
- Radiation Sores
- Foot Ulcers due to diabetes, poor blood flow, or swollen legs
- Depression and Anxiety
- Poor Sleep
- Loss of Appetite
- Inability to carry out daily functions
- Social withdrawal
- Loss of independence
- Difficulty concentrating
- Recreational Programs
- Social Activities and holiday gatherings
- Daily meals
- Basic housekeeping and Laundry services