Serious injuries require state of the art restorative therapies and training equipment.
As the area’s largest rehabilitation center, Bridgewater Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing is noted for its premier delivery of service, restoring our residents back to health and returning them to the community and their families.
Our goal is to help residents to regain functional independence after a loss caused by a medical or surgical event. Designed to achieve the highest level of independence, we provide our residents with a combination of physical, occupational and speech therapy, psychiatric counseling and social work, all directed towards helping an individual to maintain or recover their physical capabilities.
- Physical and occupational therapy available 7 days days a week
- Individualized treatment planning and goals
- Highest therapist-to-patient ratio in the area!
- Speech therapy services available 5 days a week
- Newly remodeled physical therapy gym with state of the art equipment
- Simulated apartment for occupational therapy
- Wii-hab using Nintendo to increase independence
Physical therapy aims to restore physical abilities and motor skills through a specialized program of training and exercise geared to the individual’s level of disability and capabilities.
Occupational therapy classifies life tasks or occupations as functional mobility, personal self-care, home management, leisure and work. Our goal is to return the resident to daily life and home as quickly as possible, and to help them to learn the skills they need to be self-sufficient. For older adults, our rehabilitation team tries to enhance their ability to function, especially in the routine tasks of daily living, such as climbing stairs and personal self-care.
Speech patterns can change with age or physical impairment. Our programs focus on learning to communicate again, using adaptive devices and addressing swallowing issues or difficulties.
We specialize in caring for stroke recovery patients.