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Looking forward to graduating.

“Having a bone growth removed from my spinal cord left me paralyzed from the waist down after surgery. Here, I made progress, became stronger. The staff helped me realize the power of being positive. They encouraged me to try different things. Now I’m actually going to college to become a social worker — to help others.” - Debra Potts, and friend Stacy.

Superior Outcomes: Setting Goals and Reaching Them.

What is a "superior outcome?" It is the quality of life and independence that patients report back to us. When we set goals with each patient and compare them to the national averages, our success is measured through gains in function. We continually monitor outcomes to help patients reach their highest level of independence and return back to the community.

By these measurements, Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland delivers outcomes that consistently outperform the national averages - with high satisfaction scores from our patients.

We test our therapeutic interventions to achieve outstanding outcomes. As an example, requiring an overnight stay in our "apartment" for stroke patients increased the return to community by twenty percent.

Our single purpose is your best life.

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Service Commitment

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Classes & Events

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  • Dec
    8
    Thursday
    12:05 PM - 12:55 PM
    Our Parkinson’s Disease Support Group welcomes individuals and carepartners living with Parkinson’s disease.
  • Dec
    20
    Tuesday
    6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    Los participantes podrán compartir ideas y sugerencias y los miembros de los departamentos de Terapia y Diversidad Cultural proporcionarán información y moderarán las intervenciones.
  • Jan
    4
    Wednesday
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Led by a speech-language pathologist, our game nights focus on playing fun, cognitive-stimulating games.