Rehabilitation Services

Rehabilitation Services

Good Neighbor Society provides onsite rehabilitation services to get you back to being yourself. Our onsite services include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology. High quality rehabilitation services provided by Good Neighbor Society are designed to serve people who have experienced an acute medical event (i.e. stroke, surgery, illness) and need a "bridge" between a hospital stay and returning home.

Our facility includes private and semi private rooms, a verdant healing garden to promote overall well being and a gathering area to accommodate 2-200 people. The recreation programming on Good Neighbor Society's campus spans a wide variety of interests to keep you active and involved.

Aegis Regional Directors and staff therapists unite with Good Neighbor Society's clinical team to enhance each resident's life by reshaping lost abilities and teaching new skills.

In the areas of

  • Geriatric Rehabilitation
  • Skilled Nursing
  • Sub-Acute Care
  • Home Health

...the Aegis clinical approach is not bland and standardized but intended to offer personalization to meet the complex, therapeutic needs for each resident. The Aegis clinical model is designed to have a full time therapy team onsite consistently. Working in close cooperation with Good Neighbor Society's team, Aegis onsite team develops and maintains these programs:

  • Falls Prevention
  • Falls Assessment
  • Wound Care
  • Restorative Nursing
  • Dysphagia Management
  • Dementia Management
  • Contracture Management
  • Joint Mobility Assessment
  • Aural Rehabilitation (Hearing Loss)
  • Functional Maintenance
  • Weight Variance Program
  • Wheelchair Positioning
If you have questions or would like to know more about the services offered at Good Neighbor Society, please contact Jessie Tibbott, Community Development Director

What our Rehab Patients Say...

My life changed forever on August 30th 2017. After 7 other surgery's of trying to save my right foot. For some reason my body kept rejecting the metal they used. I was forced t amputate my foot. After a week long hospital stay, I was told I needed to go to therapy at Good Neighbor to regain my strength before I could go home. I was not happy with this outcome and just wanted to be at home. Needless to say I was initially rude to the staff, because I just wanted to be at home.

After the first week of therapy I was really sore and exhausted. It finally became evident to me that the only way I was going to be able to go home was to progress in my rehab. The staff at Good Neighbor was very patient with me and made it evident they had a sincere interest in helping me get back on my feet. I was just one of their many patients, but they still managed to make me feel special. Near the end of my rehabilitation they started to feel like my family. I have only excellent things to say about this group of therapists at Good Neighbor. I would recommend anyone to rehab there.