A New Way to Recover – Benefits of Choosing The Arbors
One definition of rehabilitation is the restoration of a person’s normal life and health with training or therapy. At The Arbors, we take the act of rehabilitation to a higher level. Our goal for you is to get better and stay better. In other words, while we offer long-term care services, we do not take it for granted that you will eventually need that care. Instead, we do everything we can to prevent it and are proud to say that we have the lowest readmission rates in town.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Our approach is to create an individualized care plan focused on achieving total wellness in an atmosphere geared to support it. We do this by combining the necessary therapies, nutrition, and activities in a state-of-the-art facility with an environment conducive to total healing. We provide a positive, safe environment overseen by skilled, experienced, and caring nurses and therapists.
We combine our modern facility with all the comforts of home that include:
- Private rooms and showers
- Individualized nutrition with scratch-made food
- Bistro-style dining
- A 3,200 square-foot gym filled with modern equipment
- Comfortable visiting areas
- Welcoming environment for your loved ones.
As a faith-based organization, we recognize the importance of support from your loved ones and encourage their visits.
Balanced nutrition plays a vital role in your therapeutic program as do your loved ones. We encourage your family and friends to dine with you as often as they can. Our certified dietitian follows guidelines established by nutritional specialists and accommodates a number of specialized diets including, but not limited to:
- ADA diabetic diets
- Low-sodium diets
- Food allergies
- Soft diets
- Tube feeding
When creating your meal plan, your dietitian will be made aware of your food preferences. Our fine dining experience includes a wide variety of delicious options, and the menu changes weekly.
Your skilled rehabilitation team members include a combination of physical, occupational, and speech therapists based on your specific needs. Whether you are recovering from surgery, illness, or injury, our pathologists and therapists will create a comprehensive, bespoke short-term recovery plan for you using any number of modalities.
- Physical Therapy – We are the only facility in Amarillo with Biodex. This state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology is comprised of physical and medical systems that address your specific neuromuscular weakness or balance deficit and helps define your exercise, range of motion, and gait training needs.
- Occupational Therapy – Our professional therapists focus on your activities of daily living and help you regain the skills necessary to live and work independently. What sets us apart is that these exercises are performed in a home-like environment making your transition after discharge much more successful.
- Speech Therapy – Speech therapy comprises much more rehabilitation than what the term implies. Here at The Arbors, our skilled professionals work with you on memory, problem-solving, and cognitive skills. They also help patients overcome swallowing difficulties, language disorders, and social communication difficulties.
If you are recovering from surgery or injury, there are a wide variety of reasons that you may require wound care. Perhaps you have developed a pressure ulcer while in the hospital or you required an ostomy or amputation. Our certified wound care specialists use high-quality products and are experienced in all aspects of wound care:
- Specialty equipment and beds
- Wound closure therapy (Wound Vacs)
- Wound pressure therapy
- Post-amputee care
- Ostomy care
- Surgical dressings
At The Arbors, we understand the need for a faster, better recovery. Our licensed physical, occupational and speech therapists work with your loved one’s doctor to create a personalized therapy plan for their rehabilitation. A plan that not only promotes healing, but that promotes independence and better quality of life. Contact us today to discuss your short-term rehabilitation needs.