In PMMA communities, specialized rehabilitation therapy isn’t just about helping seniors get back home. It’s about helping them get back to their lives through patient-centered care and our partnership with Aegis Therapies®.
The “Post-Acute to Home” (PATH®) program provides a bridge to help area seniors recover from injury, illness, or surgery after a qualifying hospital stay. The program provides short-term rehabilitation with speech, occupational and physical therapies to help area seniors get back to their daily routine.
Our approach combines the expertise to care for recovering seniors, as well as an array of amenities and services to make the stay like a holiday — the next best thing to home. Below is a sample of our specialty services that help seniors following an acute hospital stay.
We offer three broad types of therapy for PATH® patients:
Together, these programs help our residents and patients build strength and coordination, improve balance, manage chronic pain, regain and improve motor skills, regain and improve memory, improve hearing and listening skills and much more. Contact us today to learn more about our therapy services.
Our orthopedic rehab program offers the combined therapeutic, clinical and technical resources to address a wide range of conditions, including:
For patients recovering from heart disease or a cardiac-related surgery, our post-cardiac event rehab program can help achieve optimum recovery and regain health.
Our specialized stroke rehabilitation program is designed to help restore patients to optimal levels while also helping them compensate for decreased capabilities. Treatment includes physical, occupational and speech therapies, balance and mobility training, psychological support and dysphagia therapy.
One notable aspect of our PATH® program is a commitment to reducing hospital readmissions. We offer a variety of services to ensure patients receive the best care and help get back on their feet — faster. That’s why many of our communities consistently maintain five-star ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.