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Care Transitions Programs Thrive Due to Proactive Providers


by Debra Wood, R.N.

06/26/2013

Care Transitions Programs Thrive Due to Proactive Providers Debra Wood, R.N. 2013-06-26 Debra Wood, R.N., is a writer who lives in Orlando, FL. 328 Marvin Carlson, a resident at Brewster Place, and Director of Wellness/Brewster at Home Eileen...



From Rehab to Home in Time for the Holidays

02/21/2014

For the first time in three years, 69-year-old Pam Lane celebrated the holidays at home. By: Mary Olsen, Communications Specialist, A.G. Rhodes Health& Rehab For the first time in three years, 69-year-old Pam Lane celebrated...



LeadingAge Members Hike the Hill for Medicare Beneficiaries


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03/18/2014

Led by LeadingAge member Menorah Park in Cleveland, Ohio,LeadingAge leaders from Beth Shalom Lifecare Community in Richmond,VA, Jennings Center for Older Adults in Garfield, OH, and VinsonHall Retirement...



5 Tips for Transition: A Smooth Move from Rehab to Home

03/10/2014

If you or someone you love has had to stay at a rehabilitationfacility after a stroke, surgery or an injury, you know thatrecovery can be a long and difficult process filled withuncertainty about what to expect...



How NASCAR Became Part of Village Shalom Rehabilitation

12/22/2011

There are countless ways to provide senior adults with rehabilitation therapy after surgery or an injury, but such modalities don’t usually involve a trip to the racetrack. Village Shalom’s Wang Rehabilitation Center recently devised a way for several short...



How Cathedral Square is Changing Care Management


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11/28/2011

On Nov. 27, the Burlington Free Press published an op-ed from Nancy Rockett Eldridge, executive director of Cathedral Square, about her organization's Support and Services at Home (SASH) program, which creates a system of care...



Schervier Nursing Care Center Expands Rehab


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05/28/2014

Bon Secours New York Health System’s Schervier Nursing Care Center held a blessing and ribbon cutting ceremony on May 22, 2014, in celebration of the expansion of their rehabilitation services with the addition of a third...



Compliance for Impatient Rehab and Outpatient Therapy in your Facility

10/09/2014

2 00 PM 3 30 PM EST true Post-acute organizations face a myriad of...



Physical Therapy Can Improve COPD Patients’ Quality of Life


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03/14/2012

Breathing easy. If you or a loved one suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) that simple statement is a lot easier said than done. That’s because COPD is a condition in which a person’s airways...



Person Centered Care: Phoebe Ministries Wins Grant to Engage People with Dementia in Rehab


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07/24/2013

A $25,000 innovation grant from the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA) will help Phoebe Ministries in Allentown, PA, test a person centered care model for providing physical...