What to Expect

Your rehabilitation will be unique to your therapeutic needs and our dedicated hospital team will support you on every step of the recovery journey.

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Your road to recovery

Inpatient rehabilitation at Reunion Hospitals centers on results-oriented, individualized treatment during your short-term stay.

You can expect to participate in therapy sessions throughout the day—15 hours a week—with plenty of time built in to rest, recharge, and relax. (You need both for optimal recovery!)

How we create your plan of care

You’ll meet your treatment and care team within 24 hours of arriving at Reunion. We’ll review your treatment goals and discuss how we can help you achieve them with our support.

From this discussion, we’ll flesh out your individualized plan of care, including specifics on your treatment as well as a detailed daily schedule.

Your case manager—your advocate from admission to discharge—will monitor your progress toward your recovery goals and discuss it with your treatment team every day.


Your daily schedule

  • Rise and shine: Breakfast and getting dressed
  • An early start: Morning therapy sessions
  • A meal to refuel: Lunch in our dining areas or your private room
  • Back to work: Afternoon therapy sessions
  • ​Break to re-energize: Have a nutritious snack and take a rest
  • Night to yourself: Evening meal and relaxation with family, loved ones and visitors

Your Reunion routine will vary based on your individualized plan of care, as well as your specific location.


Common rehabilitation activities

During your physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy sessions, you may participate in some of the following activities:

Physical activities
  • Strengthening of motor skills using workouts to improve muscle coordination and strength
  • Individual therapy to assist with swallowing, speech or language
  • Mobility training to stabilize and support your body weight while you relearn to walk

  • Range-of-motion therapy to reduce muscle tension and restore motor function
  • Fine motor skills training
  • Activities of daily living: bathing, dressing, self-care, etc.
Technology-assisted physical activities
  • Functional electrical stimulation to stimulate worn-down muscles
  • Robotic technology to help impaired limbs carry out recurring motion in order to regain function and strength
Emotional and cognitive activities
  • Communication therapy to regain lost abilities in comprehension, listening, speaking, and writing
  • Cognitive therapy to incorporate elements of memory, processing speed, and attention
  • Psychological assessment and treatment, including testing emotional adjustment and ability to manage stress

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