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
- Take part in our Peer Visitor Program, where you’ll talk to current patients about what they can expect during and after therapy
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.