Retirement is about lifestyle, but sometimes interruptions happen. Whether you are recovering from surgery, illness or injury, there’s nothing like being able to rehabilitate in your own home. That’s why we offer our Skilled Rehabilitation program — both for existing residents and older adults in the Rockville area who are recovering from illness or surgery.
Rehabilitation in Rockville, Maryland, all starts with our courteous and professional team who welcomes guests, visitors and family members into our care and anticipates their needs to create a supportive, healing environment. From there, your dedicated rehabilitation coach will be by your side throughout your stay and guide you through the many aspects of recovery, including discharge planning, counseling and case management. At The Village at Rockville, holistic rehabilitation includes private suites and a state-of-the-art therapy gym that looks over our beautiful campus.
What’s more, people needing therapy for knee, hip and joint injuries or occupational, speech, physical and stroke rehabilitation are helped by a caring staff and a genuine, team partnership. And while our staff provides professional services, families often serve as cheerleaders for recovery; in fact, we encourage family members to stay involved in the treatment plan. They can even relax with their loved ones in inviting gathering places and grab a sandwich, soup or coffee with them in The Village Bean.
Upon finishing your stay, The Village at Rockville offers outpatient rehabilitation for those who need continued support to regain mobility. Our Care Center is also available to serve your primary medical needs with health and wellness services.
The core of our skilled rehabilitation is physical therapy to get you stronger, walking better and increase your balance. Physical therapy services include support for:
Gets you stronger, walking better, and increases your balance.
Physical therapy services include support for:
Helps you manage daily activities more easily, including: dressing, bathing, cooking and cleaning.
Occupational therapy may be needed if you have trouble:
If you have had a stroke in the past and continue to have trouble speaking or eating what you want.
Speech and language therapy may be needed if you: