Of all things one might wonder about when considering a short-term stay for rehabilitation, person-centered care could be at the top of the list. Person-centered care means the patient is supported in making choices and decisions about their physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being.
Simply put, if a patient is an early riser that enjoys sipping coffee and reading the paper while the sun peaks over the horizon, so be it. On the other hand, another person might prefer to wake up on their own and take their time getting around.
Both are examples of person-centered care that one will find at Family Health & Rehab. Whether staying short-term for physical and/or occupational therapy or long-term, residents enjoy autonomy and are able to direct care and services. Staff is attuned to personal preferences which encourage a close relationship, sometimes as a family member would care for a loved one.