Short-Term Rehab, Long Term Care and Residents Living in Motion
The Chosen Healthcare family has 22 Skilled Nursing facilities and one Assisted Living facility in Indiana, Iowa and Texas. Our communities are focused on rehabilitation with the goal of getting our short-term and long-term residents back to enjoying their lives fully. We take pride in our communities and their care specialties including but not limited to exceptional memory care and a even a nationally recognized Huntington's Disease Care Facility. Some of our communities feature Assisted Living and Independent Living.
Chosen Healthcare takes pride in setting the bar high to consistently delivering high-quality short-term rehabiltative care with vitality.
When a person gets injured or has a prolonged illness, doctors often recommend physical therapy. In the case of residents, though, that recommendation is often seen as just something to try. This misconception could not be further from the truth. Physical therapy is top quality therapy for many conditions affecting the elderly, from Alzheimer's to urinary incontinence. Therapy will help you get your life back on track.
Physical Therapy for residents is a regarded practice for older adults from every level of physical ability to improve balance and strength, build confidence, and remain active. A number of people are familiar with physical therapy as a form of treatment to pursue after an accident, or to cope with a persistent health condition such as Alzheimer's. For us, Physical Therapy is a way for residents to maintain independence later in life.
Our Occupational Therapists work in tandem with our Physical Therapists to improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). Occupational Therapists work with a Resident to develop and adopt a routine of beneficial daily activities based on the resident's individual needs. We strive to get our patients back in control of life.
As you grow older, your vocal cords become less elastic and your larynx muscles weaken. This makes it difficult for many elderly people to speak as they once did, and it makes it more difficult for those around them to understand what they are saying. Speech therapy can help teach the patient to speak in a new way with vocal exercises that will help them communicate more effectively.
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211 North Broadway, Ste 2035
St. Louis, MO 63102-2727