Nursing And Rehabilitation Center

Applewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a full-service nursing and rehabilitation facility that provides long-term care and rehabilitative services to its residents. Our staff of nurses, therapists, physicians, dieticians and other medical professionals work together to provide you or your loved one with the highest quality of individualized care.

Nursing And Rehabilitation Center

1 Skilled Nursing Facility

Skilled nursing facilities provide medical care to patients who need nursing services, but who do not require the level of care provided in a hospital. These facilities are also known as SNFs or nursing homes.

2 Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a treatment program that helps you regain strength and mobility. It can help you recover from an injury or surgery, improve your balance and coordination, make it easier for you to walk, climb stairs or lift objects.

If you’re recovering from an injury or surgery—or want to improve the way your body feels—physical therapy is the right place for you. Physical therapists work with patients of all ages who have medical problems such as arthritis; back pain; neck pain; joint stiffness; injuries resulting from an accident; stroke rehabilitation; orthopedic problems such as hip replacement surgery or amputation (loss of limb); post-surgery complications such as incontinence due to pelvic floor dysfunction following childbirth/labor delivery (vaginal delivery).

3 Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is used to help people with physical, mental, or developmental disabilities to perform everyday tasks and activities. Occupational therapists help people with disabilities to learn, recover, or maintain skills that are important for daily life.

Occupational therapists are trained in a variety of treatment methods and interventions. They work with patients who have conditions such as arthritis; amputation; brain injury; cancer; cerebral palsy; chronic pain; developmental disorders such as Down syndrome or autism spectrum disorder (ASD); developmental delays such as spina bifida; diabetes mellitus (DM); dysarthria (difficulty speaking clearly); dysphagia (swallowing difficulties caused by stroke or neurological disease); dystonia (muscle spasms affecting limbs and face); epilepsy/seizures/epileptiform seizures etc.; Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), hemiplegia/hemiparesis(paralysis on one side), hemianopia(blindness in half the visual field), hemiparesis/hemiplegia(paralysis on one side), hemiagnosia(loss of awareness in one side of space due to unilateral neglect) etc., occupational therapists learn how they can help these patients manage their condition through various therapies like sensory integration therapy which helps children suffering from ASD improve their communication skills by learning how to relate sensory input with emotion, problem solving skills & language development. Occupational therapists also train caregivers on how they can support loved ones living with disabilities at home

4 Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is a type of therapy that helps people who are unable to communicate effectively due to physical or mental disabilities. It can be used to help children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and other developmental disabilities. Speech therapists also work with adults who have had strokes or suffer from Parkinson’s disease.

5 Long Term Care

Long Term Care

Long term care is a broad category of healthcare services provided to people who have chronic health or mental health conditions, or whose functional abilities have decreased. Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are two examples of long-term care facilities. The two types of long-term care facility provide different levels of medical support depending on the resident’s needs.

The main difference between these two types of facilities lies in their ability to offer skilled nursing care: Nursing home residents receive this type of specialized treatment by nurses and other healthcare professionals 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, while assisted living residents generally receive only basic nursing care from staff during business hours (usually between 8 am and 5 pm). In addition to providing daily assistance with dressing, bathing, eating and other activities of daily living (ADLs), skilled nurse staffing ensures that residents get access to medical intervention when they need it most; assisted living residents can call upon trained staff members when they need assistance but won’t necessarily receive 24/7 monitoring by a nurse practitioner or physician assistant unless medical intervention is required at night or on weekends

6 Rehabilitation and Therapy Services

Our nursing and rehabilitation center offers a full range of services for patients with long-term care needs. Our skilled nursing facility is a great place to recover from an illness or injury, but it’s also just as useful for those who require extensive care due to age or disability.

Our rehab team works with you and your loved ones to develop an effective plan of action for treatment and recovery. This may include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or any number of other therapies designed for the specific health issues you face. These can help with everything from improving mobility and balance after an accident all the way through managing chronic conditions like diabetes or heart disease.

7 Long-Term Care

Long-term care is a type of care that is offered to individuals who are unable to care for themselves due to illness, injury, or disability. Long-term care can be provided in a variety of settings and by a health care team.

Long-term nursing home residents are typically older than 65 years old and may have some form of chronic illness or injury, such as diabetes mellitus, stroke, congestive heart failure, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Many long-term nursing home residents have suffered strokes causing paralysis on one side of the body; other common neurological conditions include Parkinson’s Disease and multiple sclerosis (MS).

8 At Applewood, we are committed to providing the highest quality of individualized care for each resident.

At Applewood, we are committed to providing the highest quality of individualized care for each resident. We believe in offering a variety of choices to meet your lifestyle needs and preferences.

  • Variety: From spacious private rooms with private baths and kitchens to semi-private rooms with shared baths, we have the right space for you.
  • Choice: You will have multiple options for meals, activities and personal care services that meet your specific needs. Whether you need assistance with daily tasks or just companionship, we can provide it all in an environment that’s convenient and comfortable for you!


We hope this information has been helpful and you have a better understanding of the services we offer at Applewood. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our skilled nursing facility, please contact us today!

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