Does Your Loved One Need Geriatric Rehabilitation?

Geriatric rehabilitation is necessary whenever a senior citizen experiences a medical event that requires a high level of recovery. If your loved one will need help that you or other loved ones cannot safely and competently provide, senior living rehabilitation is necessary. 

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We all want to give our family members the best care available. Sometimes this means that we have to seek help from nursing facility placements. While people first struggle with the idea, it’s not always possible to offer the full-time home care our loving ones need at home by themselves. At this point, you can…

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“We see this time and time again where a family reaches out to us because they are burned out with their own lives and then taking care of their loved one on top of everything else in their lives. There is no shame in asking for help. As a matter of fact, having them stay with us will not only benefit you it will benefit them. In the world we live in today with the pandemic and COVID still so prevalent, we are the expert in senior care and oversight.

So have them come stay with us, it’s a vacation for you both and who knows they might like it and make it their permanent home.”

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At Pomeroy Rehabilitation we offer therapy gyms with state-of-the-art technology, equipment, and programs each calibrated to a holistic recovery goal for each client. Each program is designed to bring both the body and mind back into alignment. This includes Positive and relaxed state of mind enhances capacity for recovery Faster recovery period Better outcomes with…

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Tracy Martin Corporate Director of Sales and Marketing- Respite Care is a service that we provide that a lot of folks don’t know about. This blog post will focus on educating you about what respite care is and why it’s so important that as a caregiver you take time for yourself. But we want you…

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Assisted Living vs. Skilled Nursing

Around 70% of adults over 65 are in need of some form of long-term care. They require monitoring and treatment, custodial or extensive care. That’s where a nursing home can prove useful. Those who are worried about a loved one often find themselves wondering what’s the best type of care when admitting a senior to…

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Senior Living Options, Explained

Due to the technological advances in the healthcare industry, life expectancy has gone up at a drastic pace—seniors over the age of 85 account for 2% of the nation’s population. In Michigan, the senior adult population was recorded at 2.6 million back in 2010. That’s roughly 26% of the population in the state. Given the…

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