Short-term rehabilitation helps patients in need of therapy transition between the hospital and their home as quickly and safely as possible.
Getting you better, helping you thrive and giving you the confidence to live your best.
Short-Term Rehabilitation at Normandie Ridge offers a variety of methods and therapies to meet the evolving needs of post-acute care and ongoing health management. Our highly interdisciplinary team approach combined with the most proven therapy protocols means that patients will be able to return to their homes sooner and resume their lives as independently and actively as possible.
We offer a variety of therapies to meet the changing needs of our residents. Our goal is to return people to their homes where they resume their lives as independently and actively as possible. Short-term rehabilitation stays range from those who have sustained lifestyle alterations, such as strokes, neurological disorders, amputations, joint replacements and fractures to individuals who have experienced exacerbations of a chronic illness, such as respiratory disorders or arthritis, and those who become debilitated due to a long hospitalization.
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Therapies Offered Include:
- Therapeutic Modalities
- Electrical stimulation
- Treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV)
Amenities to Enhance Patient Recovery
- 64 bed facility
- State-of-the-art safety equipment
- Recreational, social and wellness programs
- Spiritual enrichment
A customized approach for total well-being
Short-term rehabilitation at Normandie Ridge puts you at the center of your treatment plan. Your on-site personalized care team includes:
- Case manager
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed Practical Nurses
- Certified Nursing Assistants
- Discharge planners
- Dietary counselor
- Social workers
Cohesive staff treatment plans for care consistency
Highly monitored protocols and progress assessments
Target goal of 45 days or less from rehab to home
Conveniently located adjacent to other residential areas within the community