If you're being discharged from a hospital, short-stay rehabilitation can help "bridge the gap" between hospital and home-and give you the extra time you need to get back on your feet again.
Laurelton Care Center offers a complete range of post-acute and post-surgical care services.
We also offer the award-winning STAR Rehab program, to help you get back your energy and independence as quickly as possible. With STAR, you'll receive personalized attention and concierge-level services, while working on a highly effective, proven rehab plan that will help you regain your strength and mobility quickly.
Physical therapy services at Laurelton Care Center are provided through Premier Therapy, one of America's most successful providers of rehab services. Our rehab team will work with you to design a personalized program that will help you regain your strength and mobility quickly and will get you home as quickly and safely as possible. And therapy services are available six days a week, so there's no need to slow down your recovery!
In addition to physical therapy, our short-stay rehab services include:
Our occupational therapy team focuses on increasing, enhancing and adapting task development skills to increase the level of independence and autonomy.
Our speech and language professionals employ a wide variety of speech and language techniques to address speech and communication problems, as well as cognitive issues. Our speech therapists also assist individuals who are experiencing swallowing difficulties.
"My stay at Laurelton Care Center made all the difference in helping me recover after my hospitalization. I was back on my feet just three weeks after triple bypass surgery and I feel better every day."
- Adam Mc
"I would like to thank the nurses, the physical therapists, and everyone at Laurelton Care Center who worked so hard to help me come back after I broke my hip last March. I didn't think I would ever be able to live on my own again, but now you should see me with my cane - I can even drive and do my own shopping!"
- Mary L.