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From Rehab to Home in Time for the Holidays


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...

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


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...

Care Transitions Programs Thrive Due to Proactive Providers

by Debra Wood, R.N.


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...

LeadingAge Members Hike the Hill for Medicare Beneficiaries



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...

How NASCAR Became Part of Village Shalom Rehabilitation


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



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


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


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

Physical Therapy Can Improve COPD Patients’ Quality of Life


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



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...