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Things to Consider

as You’re Choosing a Recovery Option

After a hospital stay, one of the most important questions you or a loved one may have is about recovery options. There are many choices and each one has different benefits.

Before deciding on your recovery option, here are a few questions that you should consider.

  • Will I be able to return home and take care of myself independently? Will I be able to cook, clean, bathe and dress myself daily without assistance?
  • Is my home safe and/or appropriate for me to return to? Are there stairs to climb, small bathrooms, bedrooms on the second floor, etc.?
  • If I need assistance, do I have the proper care at home? Making sure that you have someone who is available and can provide the appropriate level of assistance is critical to your recovery.
  • Do my loved ones have the ability and the time to assist in my care?
  • How often will I get therapy at home? Will therapy be scheduled around my needs?
  • Will I stay motivated to complete additional therapy exercises on my own at home?
  • Will I have access to trained medical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in case of an emergency? In the event of an emergency, what would my options be?

Our Transitional Rehabilitation patients receive all of these benefits from a short stay:

  • Cleaning services are provided. Laundry services are available for a small fee.
  • All meals and snacks are included.
  • Our trained medical staff manage and distribute all medications.
  • Therapy services are provided 7 days a week.
  • Access to medical care through our team of doctors and mid-level providers 24/7.
  • Family and friends do not have to assist with caregiving.



“Working with our Transitional Rehab™ patients is the best part of my day. I love getting to make a difference in the lives of others.”


“I love taking care of my patients. They brighten up my day so much and I’m glad that I can be a part of their recovery."


“I love having the opportunity to get to know my patients. It’s a great feeling when you can share a word of encouragement or a conversation with them. They become part of my extended family.”