Personalized “Back on Track” Rehab to Home Program
Farmington Country Manor will allow you to feel refreshed, energized and ready to start a new day of working toward your rehabilitation goals.
Here is a typical day within our rehab program:
Each morning you’ll awaken to the smell of fresh coffee and breakfast in your room or in the main dining room. You can relax and read the newspaper, use your laptop, watch TV or chat with others. After breakfast, you’ll meet with the therapy team to work on your customized rehabilitation plan and therapy goals for the day.
After morning therapy, a delectable lunch of your choice will be served. An afternoon rehabilitation session will come next, if ordered by your physician, and then you’ll have free time to relax or catch up with friends and family. Later, you can watch a movie, have visitors join you for dinner, take a relaxing shower, or play a friendly competitive game of Wii. We also give you the flexibility to arrange outings when approved by your physician.
In addition, you’ll learn from our medical professionals about your condition and treatment so that along with your therapy team, you’ll know how best to help your body recuperate and return to an active lifestyle.
At your pace, for your success
Our goal at Farmington Country Manor is to guide you through your therapy and treatment to help you return to full independence. With our state-of-the-art equipment and expert team of therapists who work in partnership with you and your doctor, you’ll reach the goals you want, at the pace you want. Each day we’ll evaluate your progress and goals – and most importantly – listen carefully to you.
We use the latest technology and innovative rehabilitation techniques to provide you with the following:
Physical therapy not only specializes in the treatment of our patient’s bones and joints, but it also evaluates the nerves and muscles that move the bones. Physical therapists perform in-depth evaluations, which provide information about joint motion, flexibility, strength and endurance of the patient. E-stimulation is also provided for improving strength and movement. Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Energy is used for decreasing pain and joint stiffness.
Areas of treatment focus may include:
- Increase strength and mobility in the body and lower extremities
- Increase motor control for a resident who has suffered a stroke
- Improve coordination, balance and the ability to walk following a fracture
- Improve overall strength conditioning, the range of motion and endurance
- Pain management
- Teaching proper body mechanics to prevent injury
- Promoting safety awareness for the well being of the resident
Occupational therapists use their knowledge of the human body to assist the patient in achieving his/her desired level of function. By encouraging a patient’s participation in activities, the therapist can help the patient enhance performance, restore function and maintain health. Through the benefits of occupational therapy, an individual can once again be active int he community.
Areas of treatment may include:
- Functional independence: eating, bathing, toileting, homemaking, cooking, etc.
- Maintenance of wellness: dressing and grooming
- Prevention of further disability: home assessments and modifications, adaptive equipment
- Increasing safety awareness
Communication, in any form, is essential for a person to be happy in life. The ability to make safe decisions can be hindered by a stroke or CVA. This can quite possibly affect learning, personal relationships, independence and emotional well-being. Our speech therapists at Farmington Country Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation take every situation into consideration when evaluating our patients. A common concern of family members is also malnutrition, dehydration, weight loss or other medical complications such as difficulty swallowing. Early indentification of problems and individual programming is the first big step toward recovery. Our Speech Therapist can evaluate for these concerns.
Areas of treatment focus may include:
- Improving speech and voice clarity
- Increasing comprehension and verbal expression
- Improving chewing and swallowing ability
- Maximizing cognitive language skills: memory, problem-solving, and abstract reasoning
- Resident and family/caregiver education and training for managing ongoing difficulties with communication, cognition, and swallowing
Our respiratory therapists evaluate and treat individuals who have trouble breathing or those with respiratory associated illnesses such as asthma, pneumonia, emphysema, bronchitis and sleep apnea.
Respiratory therapy services include:
- Nebulized Breathing Treatments
- Ventilatory Assistance
- Chest Physiotherapy
- Breathing Exercises
- Patient Education
- Assistance with CPR
- Airway Management