Charleston Rehabilitation & Health Care Center is a skilled care facility located in Charleston, Illinois, a community of approximately 21,000 people. The service area for Charleston Rehabilitation & Health CareCenter is approximately 60 miles in all directions. Charleston Rehabilitation & Health Care Center is one of the Petersen Health Care facilities and has quickly positioned itself as a leader in quality care, consistent with the company’s values.
Levels of Care
- Skilled Care
- Intermediate Care
- Respite Care
- Hospice Care
Our facility is differentiated by a value-based culture and a deep-seeded commitment to clinical excellence. We ensure that our therapists have the best ongoing clinical training and support from leading clinical professionals. Access to a comprehensive outcomes measurement system allows clinicians to continuously improve therapy practices. Applying these tools, highly-skilled therapists work with their facility partners to create an interdisciplinary clinical model of care which is designed to achieve the best possible patient outcomes, cost effectively. In addition to a comprehensive offering of traditional clinical rehabilitation programs (physical, occupational and speech) Charleston Rehabilitation & Health Care Center offers a variety of specialized programs.
Specialized Clinical Programs:
Wound Care: Offers wound evaluation, measurement, treatment and prevention programs designed to improve or preserve skin integrity.
Restraint Reduction: Decreases residents’ needs for restraints through the use of appropriate wheelchair seating, positioning, and staff education.
Rehab Dining: Increases safety during dining by determining a feeding approach and swallowing precautions appropriate to individual abilities.
Dysphagia Therapy: Evaluates and treats swallowing disorders to reduce the risk for aspiration and improve nutritional intake.
Aural Rehabilitation: Identifies and refers patients in need of audiological evaluation, improves speech reading of hearing impaired, and trains caregivers on hearing aid maintenance.
Older Adult Cognitive Rehabilitation: Increases staff understanding of cognitive etiology and patient learning potential by establishing three levels of functional care: restoration, compensation and adaptation.
Restorative Nursing: Designs individualized rehabilitation programs for all residents to restore and maintain physical abilities.
Functional Maintenance: Assesses and establishes a plan to ensure patient’s highest level of function by training caregivers on appropriate treatment.
Other Exciting Programs:
- Wheelchair Positioning/Seating
- Weight Loss Management
- Gardening/Pet Therapy
- Walk to Dine
- Falls Prevention
- Community Re-Entry Program