Rehabilitation means reshaping lives and restoring lost abilities after an illness or injury. It means treating the whole individual physically, emotionally, and socially.
Rehabilitation services are designed to assist each person to improve their mobility, balance, muscle strength, and range of motion. An individualized care plan is developed with the goal of ensuring functional skills can be identified, learned, safely implemented and reinforced.
Physical and occupational therapies and speech-language pathology are provided seven days a week by qualified therapists in coordination with your physician.
Both inpatient and outpatient services are available.
NOTE: Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community admits people without regard to race, color or national origin. To have your name placed on the waiting list, a completed and dated application must be filed with the Social Service Director's office. No application fee is charged, but a fee for staff visiting a prospective Applicant in his/her home may be assessed. I understand this application is not binding on myself or Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, but it simply indicates my interest in becoming an Applicant and provides general information necessary to determine the type and amount of assistance I desire.
Meadows is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Meadows welcomes people of all faiths and beliefs.
Meadows is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Meadows offers options to those in need of financial assistance. Ask about our Trinity Fund.