Our Rehab Team
“Rehabilitation” is a broad term that covers many individualized objectives for people that have experienced a major medical event or hospital stay. Whether you are recovering from a major surgery (such as knee or hip replacement) or other medical conditions, our team will make sure you get the comprehensive care you need to attain the best possible outcomes in the shortest amount of time.
When someone can’t return home directly from the hospital, we are here to provide a successful transition back to their best self, independence and strength.
Our professional rehabilitation team works with each resident based on their unique needs and goals. By being a part of your comprehensive care team, your rehab therapy team will assess your needs and develop a custom plan to ensure you get where you want to go as soon as possible.
Washington Senior Living partners with RehabCare to provide exceptional in-house therapy. Not only are they well trained, we get a lot of compliments on how nice and motivational they are!
Your rehabilitation care beings with an on-site assessment and continues through discharge planning.
During a stay at Washington Senior Living, fully-licensed therapists deliver the exceptional clinical care that each resident deserves. Your RehabCare team partners with the rest of your care team to manage rehabilitation programming including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy. Our expertise will help you with a multitude of needs:
- Acute Medical Conditions
- Fractures or joint replacements
- Interim medical care following hospitalization
- Respiratory deficiencies
- General rehabilitation due to weakness or physical decline.
- Pain management
Restorative Care and Fall Prevention
Our Restorative Programming and Fall Prevention Program works with our residents to maintain the residents’ optimum level of self-care and independence. Some of the most common areas of restorative development include:
- Active and Passive Range of Motion
- Dressing & Grooming
- Bowel & Bladder Training
- Walking, Transfer, & Bed Mobility
- Amputation and Prosthesis Care
- Communication Training