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Moving from Rehabilitation to Assisted Living

Moving from Rehabilitation to Assisted Living


Following a short-term rehabilitation stay, many people decide to move into a more supportive environment in order to ensure their physical recovery remains on track. As a matter of fact, moving your loved one into an assisted living facility is one of the wisest choices you can make in terms of both the safety of the residents and the quality of the care the residents receive.

Post-Rehab Care 

As your loved one is receiving treatment in rehabilitation, you may come to realize that moving them back home isn’t the best option. You may not be able to provide assistance with dressing, bathing, and hygiene, in which case a trained healthcare professional would be the best choice. 

There will be a time when your rehabilitation team will conduct a “care plan meeting”. This meeting is intended to discuss ongoing care requirements as well as exercise and treatment recommendations. During this meeting, you will be given the opportunity to review your parent’s assessment with their doctors and therapy staff members. As the best course of action, they may recommend that your loved one moves into an assisted living community to ensure that they continue to receive quality care from trained professionals.

If this is the case, you should take steps to ensure a smooth transition. For them to continue their rehabilitative process and improve their health, an assisted living community is the best option. 

Spring Gardens Midvale, Utah, is conveniently located right off the freeway, near the Bingham Junction Shopping Center, and next to TopGolf. It is easy for friends and family to visit at any time because of our convenient location. Featuring spacious premium apartments, our community makes a suitable choice when transitioning between rehabilitation and assisted living. To ensure a seamless transition to your loved one’s new home, call us today at (385) 722-9700 to schedule a tour. You can also have one of our team members meet with you at your rehabilitation facility. 


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