Our rehab team, composed of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, works directly with residents to achieve rehab goals. Rehabilitation can assist residents in regaining their highest level of functioning. Treatments are offered throughout the week at our well-equipped facility by licensed professional therapists. Residents of both the skilled nursing center and the assisted living center have access to the rehab therapy team in accordance with their care plan.
Residents at The Reserve at Spring Hill can experience our private short-term rehabilitation suites when they utilize state-of-the-art therapy equipment and the services of our physical, occupational and speech therapists. Our team develops comprehensive, individualized care plans to maximize residents physical, social, and emotional independence, safely and quickly.
Our goal for residents is simple: to help individuals to live dignified and optimally independent lives. We tailor each individual's therapy plan to his or her unique needs.
Our Physical Therapists work with residents to increase mobility, gait stability, posture and positioning. Exercise programs are implemented to increase muscle function, coordination and endurance. Individualized treatment may also include joint and soft tissue mobilization to increase range of motion, wound care, and pain management. Fall prevention programming and education is also provided.
Our Occupational Therapists work with residents in education and training in such areas as dressing, bathing, eating, grooming, and other activities of daily living. Adaptive techniques or equipment to overcome physical barriers may be recommended. Strength and coordination exercises are implemented to increase more independence in daily activities.
Our Speech-Language Pathologists address communication and swallowing dysfunction. Treatment plans can include recovery of speech, language, and memory skills. Activities for memory, orientation, and cognitive abilities may be implemented. Oral muscle strength and functioning required for speaking and swallowing, as well as appropriate/safe diet recommendations, may be designed for individual needs.