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We can help you regain your mobility and strength back.

Rehabilitation in a nursing home setting refers to the specialized services and support provided to residents who require assistance to recover from an illness, injury, or surgery. Rehabilitation services are typically provided by a team of healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists. With us at Morning Star Care Center, we outsource occupational therapists and speech therapists when necessary for the optimal health and well-being of our residents.

Physical therapy focuses on improving mobility, strength, and balance, and reducing pain and stiffness. Physical therapists work with residents to develop individualized exercise programs and techniques to help them regain function and independence.

Occupational therapy focuses on improving daily living skills, such as dressing, bathing, and eating, as well as fine motor skills necessary for activities such as writing and using utensils. Occupational therapists may also assist with home modifications to improve safety and independence.

Speech-language pathology services address communication, swallowing, and cognitive deficits that may have resulted from a stroke or other medical conditions.

In addition to therapy services, rehabilitation in a nursing home may also include medication management, wound care, and education on nutrition and self-care. The goal of rehabilitation in a nursing home setting is to help residents regain function and independence, and to promote their overall health and well-being.

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