The rehab team utilizes specialized equipment to assist each resident in maximizing their functional gains during the rehab process, often decreasing the length of stay.
If your loved one is no longer able to remain at home, Century Center for Rehabilitation & Healing provides a nurturing environment within which to help them live fully. Our nursing staff cares for each and every resident with a personal touch, treating them with proper dignity and warmth.
Our Dementia Unit is home to residents with varying stages of Alzheimer’s and memory loss. Dedicated solely to individuals with memory impairment, this special care neighborhood provides a supportive environment with enhanced supervision. Our interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses and therapists assesses each resident’s abilities and develops a care plan that reflects the unique needs of that individual.
To create life-enhancing experiences, we have designed an activities program tailored to the cognitive needs of these residents that includes sensory stimulation, homemaking activities, reminiscence therapy and crafts.
The Pathway to Home Program is designed to assist residents with a safe transition back to the community as soon as possible. Upon admission, a member of our Interdisciplinary team will schedule a Partners in Care meeting with the resident and their family; we will discuss the care, goals and projected stay for the resident. Once it has been determined the resident’s goal is to return home, our interdisciplinary team will evaluate, assess, and provide training and education to promote and assist with an appropriate and safe discharge. It is our goal to have all residents, whether long-term or short-term, obtain and maintain their highest level of function and independence.
The Standardized Rehab Outcomes Program is designed for the short stay rehab patients. It provides measurable data on each patients’ progress and functional gains made during the rehabilitative stay at our facility. The therapists are certified to complete a standardized outcome on all short-term rehab patients that was created and endorsed by the American Health Care Association (AHCA) as well as the National Association in Support of LTC (NASL).
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine defines CAM as a “group of diverse medial and healthcare systems, practices and products that are not generally considered part of conventional medicine.” Using CAM in conjunction with conventional medicine provides many benefits to our residents.
CAM practices include spiritual, emotional, personal energy and physical health techniques that often focus on prevention. At Century Center for Rehabilitation & Healing, we have a Guided Imagery Therapist and Massage Therapist on staff, and our caregivers are trained to implement techniques – such as the usage of essential oils and different lights – in their day to day care.