During and after rehabilitation, your Adventist HealthCare team will recommend support services. Get the most of your medical treatment and improve your well-being with ongoing care and resources.
Depending on your situation, you may benefit from:
- A wide range of recreational activities, such as community trips, pet therapy and social events, in one-on-one and group settings
- Home care services to continue therapy at home or get help with cleaning, cooking and other tasks so that you can focus on healing and live independently
- Mental health care to help you process emotions and focus on your goals
- Nutrition planning to eat foods that support healing and health
- Pain management to treat discomfort
- Spiritual care, healing and support through religious services, resources, music and reading materials
You and your loved ones can share your experiences with others in a caring environment. Find support groups relevant to your situation — including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputation groups — at a convenient location near you.
Whenever possible, your care team will recommend services near you that can help make your life easier. Talk to your care team about:
- Adult day care, assisted living facilities or group homes
- Driving programs, transportation assistance and disability parking applications
- Equipment resources
- Food delivery
- Rent, utility and prescription medication assistance
For Past Patients
If you’re an alumni — a former Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation patient — you’re welcome to come back to the hospital and catch up with your care providers. You can also:
- Share your story
- Peer Visitor Program - Give comfort and inspiration to current patients. You’ll be matched with a patient who has a similar diagnosis or injuries to yours and is of a similar age or lifestyle.