- Our commitment to health care distinguishes us from other long-term skilled nursing facilities. We have physicians on staff, in-house 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
- Our physicians are board certified and specially trained in geriatrics, with expertise in the health issues that affect older adults. They are complemented by APRN's who also have expertise in working with older adults.
- Nursing teams comprised of Nurse Managers, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants coordinate resident care on each of our seven nursing units.
- Our nurses work closely with our physicians, dieticians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social workers, pharmacists, and recreation therapists to develop, monitor, and continually update care plans.
- We offer on-site dentistry, ophthalmology, podiatry, and x-ray services.
- Our medical teams consult with the area's leading cardiologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, orthopedists, and endocrinologists when our physicians think these specialized services might be necessary.
- The Gene and Anja Rosenberg Hebrew Home and Rehabilitation Center and The Hospital at Hebrew Health Care are co-located. Therefore, in most cases, residents who need to be treated for exacerbations of symptoms from chronic illnesses can remain in the familiar surroundings of the Hebrew Health Care campus. Of course, if residents need services that The Hospital at Hebrew Health Care doesn't offer, we use our strong relationships with area hospitals to get our residents the services they need.
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- Helps residents and their families understand and cope with the issues associated with aging.
- Eases each resident's transition into the community.
- Proactively identifies problems before they arise, provides counseling to residents and families, and makes referrals when necessary.
- Plans services for residents who are ready to move back to the community.
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- In-House assessment of your needs and ordering of medical equipment prior to leaving
- Discharge and medication teaching instructions
- Scheduling of lab work (after the resident has left)
- Assistance with application to Hebrew Health Care affiliate or any other facility if not going home right away
- Assistance with Title XIX applications
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- Our 35-bed sub-acute, rehabilitation unit serves adults of all ages.
- Highly skilled rehabilitation specialists provide comprehensive short-term inpatient care for residents who have experienced an acute illness, injury, surgery, or worsening of a disease.
- The unit treats surgical, neurological, and musculoskeletal conditions.
- Rehabilitation services include: Physical therapy, occupationaltherapy, speech therapy.
- Physical Therapists restore movement and function, relieve pain, and prevent further injury:
Occupational Therapists help people with difficulty performing everyday tasks:
- Provide mobility and gait training and teach prevention techniques, emphasizing balance and coordination to improve walking skills.
- Improve strength and range of motion.
- Offer individualized instruction for a home exercise program.
- Evaluate the need for and help clients obtain custom wheelchairs and mobility equipment.
Speech Therapists assist adults with:
- Retrain in basic daily living skills and home management tasks, such as bathing, dressing, feeding, cooking, shopping, and laundry.
- Improve upper extremity strength and range of motion to restore function and relieve pain.
- Recommend and teach the use of adaptive equipment.
- Restore speech and language function, including verbal expression, comprehension, reading and writing skills.
- Improve cognitive skills including memory, organization, reasoning, and problem solving skills needed for independent living.
- Overcome voice and swallowing disorders.
- Please note: Insurance plans reimburse the sub-acute rehabilitation unit services as "rehabilitation" services.
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- Designed to provide a safe and secure environment.
- Uses a person-centered approach, to provide experiences and activities that add to our residents' quality of life and that support family members and other caregivers.
- Holistic, personalized care that focuses on both the social and physical needs of our residents and emphasizes interests, abilities, tasks of living, and success, not problems and losses.
- Montessori-based approach to activities to tap into procedural memory and remaining skills.
- Individualized activity programming, to help each resident feel successful
- Therapies such as music and art therapy that are outcome driven, not just entertainment.
- Life enrichment activities such as integrated pet care and plant care.
- Community support groups.
- Alzheimer's Art Program
- Customized information kits available for traveling with someone with dementia.
- Dementia Special Care Unit Disclosure
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