We are getting ready to break ground on the construction of our new therapy gym any day now. In addition to the renovations of our rehab rooms and the new gym, we will be adding a separate entrance directly to the therapy unit for family and visitors to see their loved ones while they are here receiving therapy. We can't wait to make our facility better to provide high quality care to our community.
Progress is being made on the renovation of our short-term rehabilitation unit. New flooring has been installed in the rooms, and they are working this week to finish up the hallways. We are excited to see the end results of all the hard work that is going into this project.
We love seeing all the progress that is being made with the renovation of our short-term rehab suites. New linens, drapes, and furniture have been ordered and starting to arrive daily. We will offer completely remodeled private and semi-private rehab suites with the modern amenities and comforts of home built around a peaceful and healing environment.
Cloverdale employees lets make 2017 the year that we get healthy, and loose those unwanted pounds for good! We are kicking off a weight loss challenge for anyone who would like to participate. Weigh in starts January 3rd through the 13th, and the final weigh-in will be the last week of May. There will be up to $200 in prizes for the lucky winner, just in time for those summer vacations! See Timsha in the Business Office to sign up and for more information. Healthy employees are Happy employees!!
Happy New Year from the staff and residents of Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. There are lots of exciting changes happening for Cloverdale in 2017. Our renovation is well under way, and we are looking forward to breaking ground on the construction of our new therapy gym in the coming weeks. 2017 is going to be our best year yet!
When an injury, illness or recent surgery impairs your ability to live to your full potential, you want the most highly skilled physical rehabilitation experts at your side. This is often a difficult decision to make, and Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center wants you to know that you have a choice in where you decide to go.
Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center provides a wide range of services for physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services. By working with you, and your personal physician, we can tailor our physical rehabilitation services to meet your needs through a comprehensive assessment and personalized rehabilitation program.
Whatever your physical rehabilitation needs may be; Cloverdale’s rehabilitation team is here with the help you need to get moving again.
We encourage you to come take a tour, and meet our dedicated staff. We are here to answer any questions you may have to help make your decision a little easier.
Admissions are done at your convenience, any day of the week (including Saturday and Sunday), and any time of day.
For more information call Admissions:
256-259-1505 or 256-609-6395
Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center would like to thank Unclaimed Baggage for their generous donation of four iPad’s and cases to use on our Memory Care Unit. We are excited about the future of our unit, and the technological advancements that we plan to implement. Our social worker, Amanda Putnam and new employee Chelsea Holder have been researching the many resources that are available that can help to improve cognition in elderly people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. There are a multitude of apps that can be downloaded and played by patients at different stages of the disease that can stimulate memories, thought process, and other cognitive abilities. Our goal at Cloverdale is to continue to look for ways to improve the quality of life for our residents, and this is just the first of many things to come.
Pictured above is Chelsea Holder and Amanda Putnam with one of our residents doing cognition therapy on one of our new iPad's donated by Unclaimed Baggage.
Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is excited to announce our partnership with Champion, Partners in Rehab to provide our inpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapies to our residents. For more information on what services Champion Partners in Rehab provide check out their website. We look forward to working with Champion to provide the high quality care that our patients deserve.
With May being Stroke Awareness Month we at Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center think it is important to keep our community aware of the importance of how acting fast at the fist signs and symptoms of stoke could help minimize side effects.
What is Stroke?
Stroke is a disease that affects the arteries leading to and within the brain. It is the number five cause of death and a leading cause of disability in the United States.
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts (or ruptures). When that happens, part of the brain cannot get the blood (and oxygen) it needs, so it and brain cells die.
What are the types of stroke?
Stroke can be caused either by a clot obstructing the flow of blood to the brain or by a blood vessel rupturing and preventing blood flow to the brain. A TIA (transient ischemic attack), or "mini stroke", is caused by a temporary clot.
If you or you love one has recently suffered a stoke or any neurological disorder, Cloverdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center offers Neuro-Rehabilitation.
What is Neurological Rehabilitation?
Neurorehabilitation is a complex medical process which aims to aid and recover from a nervous system injury, and to minimize and/or compensate for any functional alterations resulting from it.
Following an injury or the onset of disease there is an amount of time during which a person's cells that remain uninjured in their brain and spinal cord retain the ability to learn how to control the functions that have been lost. Physical, Occupational Speech Therapists have the training and knowledge necessary to help individuals overcome or compensate for any of their difficulties. Many people can learn to live independently once again through comprehensive therapy.
What are the benefits?
Alleviation of pain, improvement of a person's balance, coordination, cognition and speech/swallowing impairment.
What is the treatment regimen?
Physical Therapists specialize in treating disabilities related to motor and sensory impairments. They are trained in all aspects of anatomy and physiology related to normal function, with an emphasis on movement. They assess the patient's strength, endurance range of motion, gait abnormalities, and sensory deficits to design individualized rehabilitation programs aimed at regain control over motor functions.
The goal of an Occupational Therapist is to maximize an individual's ability to regain functional independence in daily living activities and functional mobility int he home, work and community while maintaining physical, physiological and emotional health. The Occupational Therapist will implement a treatment plan focused on improving coordination and movement to help people learn new skills or adapt to a permanent loss so they can do the day-to-day task that occupy their time.
Speech-language pathologists help patients relearn how to use language or develop alternative means of communication. They also help patients improve their ability to swallow, and work with them to develop problem-solving and social skills needed to cope with the neurological disorder.
If you have any question about what we can do for you, please contact our Admission Coordinator to answer any questions you may have.
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