Cedar Lake Rehabilitation
Inpatient Rehabilitation Services
Whether you're recovering from a disabling illness such as heart attack or stroke, or overcoming post-surgery physical problems.
"Cedar Lake Rehab is here to help you overcome your fears and frustrations and relearn skills necessary for independence."
Our rehabilitation services include skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech services.
Cedar Lake Rehab patients are housed in Cedar Lake Nursing Home. They receive all services and benefits of long term nursing home residents, including special diets, invitation to participate in all activities, social worker if needed. Cedar Lake Rehab is located adjoining the nursing home, and is the largest and best equipped nursing home-based rehab facility in this area.
Rehabilitation Services at
Cedar Lake Rehab includes:
Our skilled team of nursing caregivers assess each resident for rehabilitative potential from day one. Therapy is used to increase individual abilities through personal interaction with residents.
Your doctor may order continued therapy when
you go home.
If you choose Cedar Lake Home Health for your in-home therapy, the therapist who directed your inpatient care will come to your home to coordinate your treatment plan with our home care therapists, assuring a safe and easy transition.
skills learning studio apartment is part of the Rehab Department. There
clients can practice their independent living skills.
The goal is to give individuals the “skills for the job of living” necessary for the highest level of independence possible, It is skilled treatment designed to enable people to do the day-to-day tasks that “occupy” their time. Occupational Therapists help people accomplish their daily living tasks, learn new skills, adapt to permanent losses, fulfill their life roles, and participate fully as possible in life.This is done by
Occupational therapy practitioners are skilled professionals whose education includes the study of human growth and development with specific emphasis on the social, emotional, and physiological effects of illness and injury.
The occupational therapist enters the
field with a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree. The occupational
therapy assistant generally earns an associate degree. Practitioners must
complete supervised clinical internships in a variety of health care settings
and pass a national examination. Most states also regulate occupational
Thank you Cedar Lake, I now have my life back!