In addition to long-term skilled nursing care, we also provide short term rehabilitation care after a surgery or traumatic medical experience, such as a stroke or heart attack, and long-term care for those with more complex needs. Our spacious therapy center features all of the necessary equipment for practicing and relearning vital skills, while our team of fully certified therapists can develop or modify programs according to individual abilities and limitations.
At Snohomish Health, we combine the personal touch of our compassionate therapists with modern, open gym spaces and state-of-the-art equipment.
Our short-term rehab services can help bridge-the-gap between the hospital and home and allow you to cultivate the necessary skills to lead an independent lifestyle. Our short-term rehab program provides 24-hour skilled nursing care and a full range of rehabilitative services—respiratory therapy, intravenous therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. During your stay, the therapists will have you practice, perform, and perfect all the skills you need before being discharged.
We also provide medically-supervised long-term care for those who require long-term, 24-hour care by a team of nurses and therapists. The most common needs of long-term care residents at skilled nursing centers include daily medical management and assistance with activities of daily living. For some residents, we are able to restore them to a level of function which enables them to return home. For those who cannot return home, we are committed to providing a warm and caring home and feel honored they chose to make our community their home.
Outpatient rehabilitation is used for people who are living safely at home, but require rehab therapy to help them live free of physical limitation or pain. Outpatient therapy programs are for those who no longer need inpatient therapy but may benefit from a planned schedule of therapy. Outpatients have access to our inpatient therapy space and equipment scheduled around their daily lives.
Physical therapists help residents reach their highest level of independent mobility and learn how to prevent injury. Here are a few examples of physical therapy outcomes:
- Increased Strength and Mobility
- Increased Motor Control
- Improved Coordination and Balance
- Improved Overall Range of Motion and Endurance
Occupational therapists work with residents to improve their command of activities of daily living. Here are a few examples of occupational therapy outcomes:
- Functional Independence
- Maintenance of Wellness: Dressing and Grooming
- Prevention of Further Disability
- Home Assessments and Modifications
- Adaptive Equipment
- Increasing Safety Awareness
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Speech & Language Pathology specialists assist patients in achieving improved quality of life through assessment of language, swallowing and/or cognitive disorders. Here are a few examples of speech-language pathology outcomes:
- Improved Speech and Voice Clarity
- Increased Comprehension and Verbal Expression
- Improved Chewing and Swallowing
- Maximized Cognitive Language Skills: Memory, Problem Solving, Abstract Reasoning
OTHER REHABILITATION PROGRAMS
We also provide specific rehabilitation programs in the following areas. Please ask a staff member for more information about:
- Orthopedic Rehab (Knees, Hips, Injury, Arthritis)
- Cardiac Rehab (Bypass, Valve Replacement, Cardiac Disease)
- Stroke and Neuro Rehab (Head Injury, Parkinson’s, Brain Tumor, Aneurysms)
- Functional Vision Rehab (Spot Patching, Visual Skills Training, etc.)