• What You Can Expect

  • During the initial phase of your treatment, you may be asked to participate in a series of evaluations. It is critical that we perform a complete assessment because your treatment program will be based on the needs identified. 

    Most patients will receive a minimum of three hours of therapy each day, at least five days a week. Therapy may take place in both individual and group treatment settings, and sessions will be scheduled for various times throughout the day. 

    Prior to your discharge, your case manager will meet with you and your family to discuss any services or equipment you may need after you leave the hospital. We may even schedule a home visit to identify any potential hazards or necessary modifications. You will receive a follow-up call about two weeks after discharge and again at three months to discuss your concerns and to check on your progress. As we said before, your program will be challenging, but you can expect our full support and encouragement. Your needs and goals are our top priority.

    What You Should Bring


    You will need a week’s supply of comfortable clothing:

    • loose-fitting shirts or blouses
    • loose-fitting pants or shorts
    • sturdy, low-heeled shoes or sneakers
    • undergarments/socks
    • nightgown or pajamas
    • robe
    • sweater


    Remember to bring all necessary personal items such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, cosmetics and toiletries. Photographs and hobby items, such as books, puzzles and needlepoint, can help you adjust to your new environment. It is best to leave valuables (cash, jewelry) at home.

    Additional Information
    The rehab program accepts most major health insurance carriers, including Medicare. In some cases, payment may be available through workers’ compensation. The hospital’s billing department can help you verify coverage.

    The rehab staff will provide more detailed information on these and other issues. Please let us know if you have questions.

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