Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

Resilience – Hallmark of new Rehab Center Studios

Posted on July 02, 2014 in Rehabilitation

Who has time to be sick? Whether a tennis injury has led to a knee replacement or a fall down icy steps has affected your balance, you may need help recovering and finding the resilience to persevere after an illness, injury, or surgery.

At Llanfair Retirement Community, we are enhancing and expanding our medical capabilities to help you. This August, we are opening a new short-term Rehabilitation Center that will offer physical, occupational and speech therapies that focuses on individualized care plans, just for you.

As always, our reputation for quality care will remain the cornerstone of the new center. In our 57 year-long history in the Cincinnati area, Llanfair’s ranking as one of the nation’s best in “U.S. News & World Reports” Best Nursing Homes of 2014 is our benchmark for the care we offer.

The new Rehabilitation Center is built on creating a culture of resilience so you can regain your independence, get on the road to revitalization and return home as quickly as possible.

Our dedicated and specially trained nursing and therapy staff is committed to making your stay productive and enjoyable.

“If you fail the first time, then you’ll just have to try harder the second time. After all, there’s no real reason why you should fail,” explained first lady Eleanor Roosevelt when she described her view of resiliency.

Resilience is usually thought of as an end product. But it’s not. Building resilience itself is a process and the theme of our new Rehab Center. Resiliency can take many forms, but it begins with the belief that you will have success and return home as quickly as possible.

Over the next few months, we will share with you information about our new center, the medical professionals who will be caring for you and the special features and amenities you will enjoy.

Next: We’ll share with you the construction progress of the new Rehab Center.