The goal of all rehabilitation is to restore patients to their highest possible functional capacity. For some, this may mean very aggressive physical and occupational therapy programs, while for others the program and rehabilitation agenda may be less aggressive.
The day will always begin with a delicious, nutritious breakfast, and an opportunity to prepare for the day ahead.
For many post-operative rehabilitation patients, the postsurgical rehabilitation goals, and their general ability to accept physical challenges may mean that rehabilitation occurs in two or more sessions each day.
In between treatments and or rehabilitation sessions, patients have free time to participate in activities programs, to rest and visit with other residents and family members.
At Mary Ann Morse, family members and other caregivers are important parts of the rehab team and the recovery process. To the extent possible, these family members are included in education and training to encourage yet another easy transition – back to your home or primary residence.
The typical rehab day ends with a delicious dinner with other residents and staff in our dining room or a quiet meal served in your room.