It’s a new month, a new year, and a time for resolutions. Some decide to exercise more, read more, or travel more. Others vow to try something new every month. And here at Hooverwood, we have a few goals for 2016, too.
We resolve to help you regain mobility through short-term rehabilitation.
While Hooverwood is known for long-term care, we also offer short-term rehabilitation, which helps build confidence and independence. Our rehabilitation experts specialize in physical, occupational, and speech therapy, so whether a resident is recovering from a fall or from surgery, he or she will receive a personalized plan that will help build strength and mobility. In this blog post, two of our short-term residents discuss the benefits of Hooverwood’s hands-on approach to therapy. Think short-term care might be right for you or a loved one? We are currently admitting short-term residents.
We resolve to continue caring, for generations, during our Capital Campaign.
At Hooverwood, comfort comes in the smallest details: smiling faces, home-cooked meals, fresh flowers at the front desk. We’ve made it our mission to be a leader in service and care for residents of all faiths. Our Capital Campaign is a multi-million-dollar plan to renovate our facilities and provide an even better environment for residents, staff, and visitors. While Phase 1 (re-roofing) has started and Phase 2 (room renovations) is set to begin in the spring, the construction will not disrupt residents’ lives. We will continue to accept applications for admission during this period of growth.
We resolve to provide the same person-centered care that we have for the past 114 years.
Since our establishment as the Jewish Shelter House in 1902, we have made it our mission to welcome everyone who comes through our doors. Because Hooverwood is more than just the comforts of home; it is home.