When it comes to choosing a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility for short-term rehab, several points should be considered, among them: high-quality care, professionalism of the staff, facility cleanliness, and customer service. For Marilyn McCorkel, Addison Pointe Health & Rehabilitation hit all those points and more.
“My stay at Addison Pointe was wonderful,” McCorkel said. “The facility is beautiful and clean, and the dining and activities were amazing.”
Typically, a person will enter skilled nursing and rehabilitation after a hospital stay from a surgery, or extended illness. Physical, occupational, and speech therapy is often required to get a patient healthier before they can return home. That care comes in many forms, not just clinical. Social interactions through activities are a big component of quality care.
“They kept me busy and my time at Addison went so quick,” McCorkel said. “The entire staff were helpful and kind, and made me feel like I was at a 5-star resort.”
Physical and occupational therapy can often be a taxing experience, but the benefits are immeasurable, especially if a person can get back to their regular quality of life and all their usual tasks of daily living.
“The therapy was superb. I could not get out of bed or stand before I got to Addison. The therapy department did a miracle on me and I am able to get around better than I have in years. I am truly blessed and happy that I chose this facility to get me better than my prior level of function,” McCorkel said. “I would recommend Addison Pointe to anyone who needs therapy after a hospital stay, or even outpatient therapy.”
For more information about therapy services at Addison Pointe Health & Rehabilitation, please visit https://www.addisonpointe.com/.