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Rehabilitation - Short-term Residential

Care and the comforts of home

A TV room, a recreation room, a living room with a fireplace, a home-style kitchen and dining room—these amenities are hardly what you'd expect in a healthcare setting. But that's exactly what makes our 46-bed Transitional Living Center (TLC) so special.

Here, our residential clients can safely work on developing their daily living skills and becoming more independent after a traumatic injury or illness, all under the careful supervision a specialized team of physicians, neuropsychologists, speech-language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, and case managers. We provide our clients up to five daily hours of individual and group therapy, a minimum of five days a week. Admission is open to individuals ages 18 to 59. Ages 16 to 18 and over 59 will be accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Each day at the TLC is filled with intensive therapy sessions that focus on:

  • Physical restoration of functions: including bowel and bladder control, mobility, and self-care
  • Cognitive skill building: addressing attention, concentration, memory, problem-solving, and communication
  • Social/behavioral shaping: improving impulse control, social appropriateness, and frustration tolerance
  • Reintegration into the home and community: covering home skills, money management, accessing transportation, and safety awareness
  • Psychological adjustment: addressing changes in relationships, body image, and living with a new sense of self

Plus, our residential clients are given ample opportunities to practice reintegrating into the community through field trips and other off-site social activities.

Whenever possible, we ask that the client's family or caregivers become involved in the rehabilitation and recovery process, so that loved ones can better understand the challenges and demands each client will face at home, work, school, and within the community. This helps us create an optimal treatment plan that maximizes their function, independence, and well-being.

There is one thing you can be sure of: Our clinical specialists will do whatever they can to help your loved one return to a more enriching life.

For more information, please call 909/596-7733, ext. 4100 or toll-free 866/724-4127, ext. 4100 or contact us now.

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