Our reputation for rehabilitation services is why people travel many miles to Rolling Meadows Health and Rehabilitation. Combining highly skilled therapists along with specialized equipment and the latest technology, our team can provide the best outcome in the quickest time.
Our therapists are extremely dedicated to improving every aspect of each resident’s health, recovery, productive and active lifestyle. Residents with specialized needs or medical complications will benefit from our rehabilitative expertise and superior resident care. Our innovative programs emphasize a comprehensive approach, professional care, and optimal recovery.
Our Physical Therapists focus on our residents regaining strength and balance, achieving optimal mobility skills, improving range of motion, relieving pain and promoting wound care management. They instruct residents in techniques to improve their ability to walk, climb stairs, and increase physical stamina. Professionals assess the need for equipment, such as specialized braces or mobility devices that may be required to improve self-reliance and safety, and assist with ambulation, prevention, and contractures.
Our Occupational Therapists maximize our resident’s independence in performing activities of daily living and self-care skills such as feeding, dressing, bathing, and grooming. They help restore prior abilities lost through illness or injury such as brain, spinal cord, post fractures, and other problems. They focus on improving hand and arm function and upper body strength. Our occupational therapists employ various levels of activity, safety training, and other compensatory techniques. They are specialists in recommending adaptive equipment and making recommendations to help our residents adjust safely in their own environment. This enables our residents to complete their ADLS at their highest functioning level.
Speech Language Pathologist
Our Speech Pathologists evaluate and assist residents who have communication problems due to stroke, neurological disorders, head injury, surgery, or a voice disorder. Treatment can improve a resident’s ability to express words and thoughts, understand and follow directions, read, write and gesture. Our speech pathologists also treat residents with swallowing disorders. Residents with a tracheotomy and other respiratory disorders also may benefit from treatment. Cognitive and linguistic skills are provided for residents with reduced memory, lack of concentration, difficulty problem solving and safety skills due to brain injury or dementia.