Recovering from an injury, fall, or joint replacement surgery isn't easy.

I need to make difficult decisions.

I’m not sure what’s best for them, or me.

This was unexpected. I have questions.

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Whether your loved one is suffering from a sprain or broken bone due to a fall or injury, or you’re planning for joint replacement surgery, you likely realize by now that recovery is a process. It takes time.

If you’re like most people, when it comes time to leave the hospital, you’re not exactly sure where to go from here.

You want the recovery to be as short as possible, but you don’t know what’s the best choice to make that happen.

If you’re not sure what next step is best, we want to help.

We’ve put together a short list of things to consider when deciding where to go from here.

The #1 most important thing needed right now to recover quickly is to be in a safe and secure environment...

You want what’s best for your loved one, and you realize that they’re going to need certain things in place to help them get back to where they were before the accident or surgery.

Things like…

  • A team of trained healthcare professionals. People that truly care.
  • Someone available to assist them whenever they need help, even in the middle of the night.
  • 24/7 priority access to rehab, nursing staff, a pharmacy and specialists.
  • Proactive care with time and attention given each and every day, not just an hour, two to three days each week.

These are all the advantages that can be found in a rehab and skilled nursing facility.

24/7 Access to Healthcare

like on-site rehab, nursing staff and specialists

Personalized Care Plan

for proactive, daily care with trained staff

Full Team of Caring Professionals

focused on your loved one’s recovery

... with on-site services for a personalized recovery.

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Wound Care

Skilled Nursing

Assisted Living

Medication Management

Nutritional Consulting

Is this the right choice for my loved one, and the whole family, too?

It’s normal to ask yourself, “Should I be the one providing the care they need?”

Or wondering “Is a rehabilitation community going to make things easier or harder on our family?”

It’s wise to ask: Is this the best option for you and your family?

Luckily, you don’t have to take our word for it…

My mom has been through a lot in the past month. I tried to bring her home, but it was a full-time job. I hated to put her in a facility. But the care my mom is receiving is more than I could ever expect. Their employees and staff truly go above and beyond for their patients to make them feel at home.

I cannot say enough good things about them. I can go to bed at night and sleep well knowing how good my mom is being treated.

-Charles, son of patient

You'll be surprised how the quality of life can be improved during this time,
for both of you.

Opportunities for optional daily activities surrounding by a community of individuals may be just what your loved one needs. And honestly, you’ll probably be surprised at how much better the quality of life will be for your parent here.

Promote social well-being

Opportunities for optional daily activities surrounding by a community of individuals may be just what your loved one needs. And honestly, you’ll probably be surprised at how much better the quality of life will be for your parent here.
In a safe environment, with wide halls, handrails, and 24/7 care, your loved one will likely become more independent, and you’ll experience that as well.

Increase mobility, confidence, and independence

In a safe environment, with wide halls, handrails, and 24/7 care, your loved one will likely become more independent, and you’ll experience that as well.
Getting your parent into a place where their physical needs are met by caring, trained professionals would give you a chance to spend more quality time together.

Restore family dynamics

Getting your parent into a place where their physical needs are met by caring, trained professionals would give you a chance to spend more quality time together.
Having your parent in a caring environment with 24/7 nursing staff and an on-site pharmacy will definitely give them the around-the-clock attention they need to stay safe and healthy, with less time in a doctor's waiting room.

Less time in waiting rooms

Having your parent in a caring environment with 24/7 nursing staff and an on-site pharmacy will definitely give them the around-the-clock attention they need to stay safe and healthy, with less time in a doctor’s waiting room.

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We really do have a lot to offer; much more than most people realize before they start asking questions. But that often leads to the big question, “can we afford this?”

 

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