Regain Independence With Restorative Rehabilitation
Restorative rehabilitation can help our residents regain the independence they’ve lost due to illness or injury. This rehabilitation can strengthen their body and mind, help them learn new skills that will make daily activities more manageable, and empower them by taking an active role in their recovery.
You may find that regaining independence is possible even after a significant setback. Our team partners with specialists at Wray Community District Hospital to support our residents along the way so that they can achieve and maintain the highest level of independence possible.
Functions Involved With Restorative Rehabilitation
Restorative rehabilitation helps restore individuals’ physical, emotional, and psychological functions after injury or illness. This rehabilitative treatment promotes healing through dynamic activities designed to improve movement, strength, balance, and coordination. It also helps individuals learn new ways of thinking and behaving and develop coping strategies for times of difficulty.
Restorative rehabilitation also seeks to restore mobility, reduce pain and improve the overall quality of life. Through regular assessments and evaluations of the individual’s progress, therapeutic rehabilitation is tailored to meet the needs of each person to maximize their potential for long-term recovery.