Rehabilitation: an older woman holding a squeaze ball and a younger woman putting her hand on her arm

When searching for a rehabilitation center for your loved one, it is best that you visit several facilities. There is the possibility that your first choice doesn’t have an open spot and should have a back-up. Before choosing a facility, you should ask these questions:

  1. Rehabilitation: an older woman holding a squeaze ball and a younger woman putting her hand on her armIs the facility accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations?
  2. Does the facility provide programs specially designed for your condition?
  3. Are patients at the facility regularly seen by a physician?
  4. How experienced is the medical staff?
  5. What is the ratio of trained rehabilitation registered nurses to patients?
  6. How often is therapy provided?
  7. What are the facility’s outcome statistics?
  8. What additional support does the facility offer?

Asking these questions can help when it comes to choosing a facility that is best suited for your loved one and their recovery.

Information from Pinnacle Care