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In-Home Rehabilitation After Surgery or Illness
Aiming for Client Independence
We believe the key to successful healing begins at home. We work with professional, state-licensed therapists who are experienced with clients recovering from various procedures including:
- spinal cord
- brain injuries
- hip and knee replacements
- complex fractures
- neurological disorders
- many other types of health issues.
Our professional staff will assist families and take every step necessary to ensure that the client returns to as full and productive a life as possible.
Professional In-Home Rehabilitation Assistance
Our rehabilitative services include:
- physical therapy
- occupational therapy
- speech therapy
While physical therapists focus on therapeutic exercise, balance activities and ambulation training to assist the patient in regaining functional mobility and gross motor skills, occupational therapists assist patients with daily living routines.
Speech therapists provide patients with assistance in the production and understanding of speech, as well as facilitating communication skills. Focusing on fine motor, cognitive, perceptual and sensory exercises and tasks, therapists train patients in regaining a sense of normalcy.
At Extended Family Care, it is our belief that the benefits of in-home rehabilitation therapy reach far beyond a clinical environment. In the home, a therapist is able to assess the patient’s personal environment. At the same time, home therapy allows the patient’s family members, friends and neighbors to play a vital role in everyday activities and continuously provide the encouragement necessary for a successful recovery.
Our home health experts will be glad to discuss your at-home rehabilitation needs and develop a personalized plan for you or someone for whom you are responsible.
Call (717) 205-2174 for more information.
Some of the benefits of home health care services include:
- Care in the comfort of home
- Peace of mind
- Licensed and highly qualified staff
- Maintain quality of life
- Fewer hospital readmissions
- Decreased hospital length of stay
- Fewer Emergency Room visits
- Increased medication compliance
- Continuity of treatments
- Maximized Independence
- Increased safety
- Less stress on family caretakers
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