- Physical Therapists work with patients to increase strength, balance, coordination and flexibility. They also work to improve mobility including transfers and ambulation. Therapists provide instruction in the use of assistive devices such as canes and walkers. Patients can also receive training in higher level mobility skills such as ramps, stairs and other conditions that are needed in the home setting.
- Occupational Therapy is available to assess safety, cognition and self care skills. Occupational therapists also provide individualized training in the use of adaptive equipment. Occupational Therapy promotes the highest level of independence in self cares such as grooming, dressing and bathing as well as higher level skills such as meal preparation and home management.
- Speech Therapy provides assessment and treatment of communication problems. The Speech Language Pathologist can also assess the ability to swallow and provide treatment to improve swallowing or make recommendations on type of diet an individual can safety tolerate.
Therapy Services are available 7 days a week!