Regain strength and confidence post-stroke
Every stroke survivor has unique physical, cognitive, psychological, social, and work-related levels of functioning. That’s why we never take a one-size-fits-all approach: We design individual plans of care for every patient, tailored to their needs.
Inpatient rehabilitation may address stroke after-effects, including:
Self-care skills such as feeding, grooming, bathing, toileting, and dressing
Mobility skills such as transferring, walking, or using a wheelchair
Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing foods or liquids with lack of coordination of movements)
Speech and language skills
Memory and problem solving
Bowel and bladder training
What to expect
Before your transition to Reunion, we work directly with acute-care discharge planners to streamline your admissions process.
When you arrive, we’ll map out your treatment based on your unique needs, while accounting for your age, the severity of your impairments, and any chronic health conditions you may have. We’ll work with you and your support system daily to help you meet recovery goals and achieve long-lasting outcomes.
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