Improving the quality of life
Through therapeutic exercise programs, residents can regain strength and balance, prevent falls, increase their range of motion, and decrease pain. Activities of daily life (ADLs) and leisure activities increase with physical therapy, and goals are reached in a safe and supportive environment.
Powerback provides sensory-motor treatments for strength, endurance, range of motion, coordination, and balance and therapeutic activities for memory, orientation, cognitive integration, and daily life skills. Long-term care residents will develop skills to safely and independently perform activities of daily living (ADLs).
For our patients who live in our Rose Garden Memory Care facility, Powerback develops strategies for maintaining independence in self-care activities. For our short-term respite patients, the occupational therapists address reintegration skills for residents transitioning from medical care to private residences.
Residents receive treatment plans to address written verbal communication skills, including memory loss, orientation, and reasoning skills, along with swallowing dysfunction, addressing oral muscle strength and function for speaking and safe eating and drinking.