Rehabilitation Services

Our rehab team treats adults of all ages and disabilities to restore their independence and function. We aim to give our patients more. At the heart of the rehab program is our staff’s unique desire to get our patients better and rally every necessary resource to get our patients safely home. We work hard to get you better.

Adult and Geriatric Therapy Services

Activities of daily living Adaptive equipment needs Assistance with adult placements due to cognitive impairments, disability and mental health problems Chronic pain Community mobility and reintegration Driving, cooking and financial management Hand and upper extremity dysfunction Lower body dysfunction Home safety assessments Neurological impairments Return-to-work / proper body mechanics Sensory processing-visual perceptual treatment Vestibular treatment
Our 12 bed, 10,000 square-foot rehabilitation unit allows us to better cater to the well-being and needs of short-term residents after surgery or other events whose intention is to return home as soon as they are able.  To view pictures of the construction of these facilities, please visit our Facebook album.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists assist individuals in achieving greater independence in all areas of life including self- care, home management and community activities. Occupational therapists assist people in performing these activities with the greatest extent of independence possible. Occupational therapists can help to improve function through strengthening, balance, adaptive equipment, and education.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when pain or injury make it hard to move around and do everyday tasks. Physical therapy helps you move better and relieve pain. It also helps improve or restore your physical function and your fitness level and can help with recovery before and after surgery. No matter what area of the body has pain or weakness – neck, shoulder, back, knee, ankle – physical therapists have the experience and knowledge to help individuals improve their quality of life.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists are health care professionals educated and trained to evaluate and treat adults with communication, cognitive or swallowing problems. Services are aimed at helping people develop effective life skills. Speech therapy for adults can include; overcoming swallowing problems, improving memory, making speech more clear, understanding written and spoken words, and expressing needs and wants.
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Rehabilitation Services

Our rehab team treats adults of all ages and disabilities to restore their independence and function. We aim to give our patients more. At the heart of the rehab program is our staff’s unique desire to get our patients better and rally every necessary resource to get our patients safely home. We work hard to get you better.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists assist individuals in achieving greater independence in all areas of life including self-care, home management and community activities. Occupational therapists assist people in performing these activities with the greatest extent of independence possible. Occupational therapists can help to improve function through strengthening, balance, adaptive equipment, and education.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when pain or injury make it hard to move around and do everyday tasks. Physical therapy helps you move better and relieve pain. It also helps improve or restore your physical function and your fitness level and can help with recovery before and after surgery. No matter what area of the body has pain or weakness – neck, shoulder, back, knee, ankle – physical therapists have the experience and knowledge to help individuals improve their quality of life.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists are health care professionals educated and trained to evaluate and treat adults with communication, cognitive or swallowing problems. Services are aimed at helping people develop effective life skills. Speech therapy for adults can include; overcoming swallowing problems, improving memory, making speech more clear, understanding written and spoken words, and expressing needs and wants.

Bishop Noa Home

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres

(906) 786-5810
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