Declining Health Doesn’t Have to Be a Burden
Some seniors discover that as their health declines, they are incapable of performing their daily activities. Others experience illness, injury, or disease that reduces their independence.
When seniors reach this point, it is normal for them to feel like a burden to others, particularly to their family members. This feeling of helplessness can severely affect their quality of life.
If you have a family member who has recently undergone a fall or who is suffering from an intense illness, consider letting the highly trained staff at one of Aspen’s affiliated facilities help your loved one reach his or her full recovery potential.
Our Affiliates Offer the Following Services:
- Individualized patient care plans
- Specialized wound care
- Catheter and colostomy care
- Enteral administration (feeding tube)
- Pain management
- Diabetic management and education
- Intravenous therapy
- Transportation services
- Laboratory testing services
- Ileostomy care
- Imaging services
- Mental health services
- Vision, dental, and audiology services
- IV therapy
- Dementia care
- Respite stays
- Enteral feeding program
- Off-site dialysis
- Nutrition and hydration programs
- Medication management and education
- Restorative nursing
- Pain management
- Hospice program
- Bowel and bladder programs
- On-staff registered dietitian
- Laboratory testing and X-rays
Our affiliated rehabilitation teams provide individualized therapy services to help your loved one achieve his or her highest potential of independence and ability. During your loved one’s recovery at a facility, the rehabilitation services can help him or her safely transition from the hospital back to your home. These goals are achieved through the following services:
The physical therapists focus on rehabilitation and recovery from physical impairments, pain resolution, and injury prevention. Each facility has a full-service gym and a smaller arena used for training.
The occupational therapists focus on rehabilitation and recovery of functional independence, which includes skills for eating, bathing, toileting, cooking, dressing, and grooming.
For those affected by stroke, brain injury, dementia, and other neurological disorders, the speech therapists focus on rehabilitation and recovery of speech, comprehension, chewing and swallowing abilities, and cognitive language skills.