Common Rehabilitation Care Tour Questions, with Helpful Answers
Today we’ll conclude our series on common questions that pop up as visitors tour The Maplewood in search of care options. This post will focus on topics that rehabilitation care patients bring up during their tours. As with parts one and two of our long-term care tour series, I chatted with Lisa Davies, Director of Social Work Services.
Q: How many days during the week does The Maplewood provide rehabilitation therapy?
The Maplewood provides therapy sessions 6 days per week. Our programs are goals- and results-oriented. All our rehabilitation residents are assigned a licensed therapist and receive a personalized care plan. We have a broad range of offerings, including treatments designed specifically for joint replacement patients.
Q: Are therapy sessions held once or twice per day?
Rehabilitation care residents can choose what works best for them based on personal preference. For example, some people like to pace themselves with one session in the morning and one in the afternoon. Others like to have both sessions in the morning, freeing themselves up to have lunch, enjoy a nap, and still be able to entertain visitors later in the afternoon.
Q: With regard to dining and room accommodations, will I be mixed in with the long-term care population?
As you will see throughout The Maplewood, flexibility is paramount. If you would like to mix with our long-term nursing care residents in Happenings Restaurant during dining time, you certainly can. If a quick light meal in a pub-like atmosphere is more to your liking, we’re sure you’ll enjoy Danny’s Grill as an option. If your preference is to visit with family and host a meal with them in your own room, there’s always that option. And of course, all of our rooms are private.
As always, we're available to assist you with all your questions, and welcome the opportunity to take you on a personalized tour of The Maplewood. To request a tour, simply contact Lisa Davies, Director of Social Work Services.