Rehabilitation in Staten Island, NY
Whether your family member is recovering from the effects of a medical condition, such as a stroke, or simply can’t seem to get around the way he or she used to without feeling fatigued, our rehabilitation team is happy and well equipped to help. When simple daily activities we take for granted become a struggle, defeat is the last thing your loved one should feel.
How Can Verrazano Help?
Our rehab team works with patients to return maximum function so they can live life to the fullest and greet every morning with a smile. We offer comprehensive rehabilitation to our residents, including:
We strive to make residents as comfortable as possible, while encouraging them to meet daily goals with an emphasis on ADL (Activities of Daily Living) retraining. From pain management and improving speech after a neurological health issue to offering emotional and physical support during walking exercises, nothing makes us happier than to see our patients regain strength, joy, and comfortable physical function.
Is This the Right Place for Your Family?
As a result of the small size of Verrazano’s community, our team has time to work one-on-one with residents, and every rehabilitation staff member will know about your family member’s case. Our staff members employ a team approach, and we consider our resident’s families members of the team. Together, we share one goal: health and happiness for your family member, our resident. The professional caregivers at Verrazano are here to serve your loved one and your family.
What Are the Facilities Like?
We offer our rehabilitation services in a fully renovated rehabilitation room. For the comfort of our residents, we expanded the room to a size that is three times its original dimensions. This larger space means that we can comfortably serve more rehab patients each day. In addition, we’ve invested in the latest technology, so your family member will enjoy one-on-one attention and state-of-the-art care.
All of our services comply with the American Physical Therapy Association, American Occupational Therapy Association, and American Speech and Hearing Association.