Rehabilitation Facility Danbury, CT
If you or a loved one are a senior that wants to reclaim life after a medical hardship, Hancock Hall’s outpatient rehabilitation programs may be for you! In order to start, the patient will need a referral from a doctor explaining the diagnosis, and why therapy may be necessary. Additionally, your doctor will help develop a proper treatment plan. Once we have this referral and insurance is approved, we can start customizing a program!
Each program is designed to help the patient regain strength and mobility, compensate for any impairments, prevent future problems, and improve their overall quality of life.
There are a lot of great reasons why Hancock Hall Outpatient rehab for seniors is so highly recommended by residents of Danbury and Fairfield County. It’s the partnership between our patients, peers and exceptional care team. The personalized, one-on-one attention. Most of all, it’s the consistent and attentive care that helps each person maximize their independence and return home after their appointment better than when they left.
We perform our outpatient therapy in a comfortable, intimate setting at our Danbury rehab center that’s specialized for seniors. Our professional rehab team will help develop personalized goals for each patient to get back to living a normal, functioning life. At our treatment center, our main priority is to get each patient back to where they were before treatment.
- Outpatient rehab provides physical therapy services to former inpatients looking to continue their progress as well as to residents of the community who qualify. With a doctor’s prescription, patients would receive therapy 2-3 times per week to address continued concerns with pain management, strength, balance, endurance, etc. in order to progress towards their long term goals.
- In order to qualify for outpatient services, patients would need to have a prescription from a doctor and would need to meet the facility’s insurance requirements. Patients that have had an inpatient stay under their Medicare A benefit would be covered for outpatient services under their Medicare part B benefit.
- Outpatient rehab is critical after an inpatient stay, in order to make a safe transition back to the home environment, ensure carryover of the training and education that has been provided, and to continue to make progress towards long term goals.
- Continuing outpatient rehab at Hancock Hall after an inpatient stay is beneficial because the patient would continue to work with the same therapists they worked with while inpatient. Therefore, there is already a level of familiarity and trust. The therapists are also already familiar with the patient’s medical background and goals for therapy making for a smooth transition from inpatient to outpatient services.