Always number one at RehabVisions is quality. We strive to hire the best therapists, use the latest treatments and practices, and help each resident reach their maximum level of function. Our therapists do this by performing multi-system assessments and evaluating functional activities in the resident’s immediate environment and the community.
RehabVisions’ therapists develop individualized therapy plans to address one or more of the following purposes:
- Restore function
- Teach compensatory techniques
- Train in use of adaptive equipment
- Prevent Debilitation
- Increase Safety
- Promote health and wellness
Education is a critical component of a therapy plan of care. The therapists work to establish self-management techniques with the resident through:
- Development and training on restorative nursing programs
- Home exercise program instruction
- Safety training in the environment
- Adaptive equipment training
- Caregiver and family education
RehabVisions’ therapists work hand and hand with caregivers to develop aftercare programs. These caregivers include family members, nursing, restorative and wellness staff. Therapists establish aftercare programs and provide training/education to caregivers prior to discharge from therapy to improve quality of life, prevent injury or further decline and to help the patient maintain independence in activities of daily living and mobility. A resident may be started on a caregiver program when he or she is admitted to the facility, when needs arise during the course of a longer-term stay, or in conjunction with formalized rehabilitation. The therapist’s role in the development of the prevention or aftercare program is to evaluate the patient, design the program, trial the techniques with the patient, train the caregiver, monitor the program effectiveness, and transition the program for carryover.