Senior Rehabilitation Center in Hackettstown, NJ
Recover Better, Faster
At The House of the Good Shepherd, getting you back to the lifestyle you love is what we do best. Our short-term senior rehab in Hackettstown, NJ, takes a personal, individualized approach to rehabilitation care. Whether you’re entering our sub-acute rehab as a current resident or through direct admission, a team of highly qualified senior care professionals and licensed therapists is here to help find solutions that will help you reach your goals. With a dedicated entrance to our rehab care and a hospital just a half-mile away in case you need it, we prioritize your comfort and convenience.
Our rehab services are available to individuals who have spent three days as a hospital inpatient within 30 days of admission to The House of the Good Shepherd.
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Everything You Need for a Better Recovery
Effective rehabilitation starts with finding the best solutions for each individual. With the variety of therapy services we offer, we’ll work with you every step of the way to get you back on your feet.
- Orthopedic therapy ·
- Speech therapy ·
- Occupational therapy
- Cognitive/Neurological therapy
- Post-stroke rehabilitation
- Cardio/Pulmonary therapy
- Joint replacement rehab
- Pet therapy
- Music therapy
- IV therapy
- Art therapy
- It’s Never Too Late® program
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of therapies do you offer?
The House provides short- and long-term senior rehabilitation with physical, speech and occupational therapies. Residents recovering from illness or injury receive expert care from skilled pathologists and therapists using advanced treatments and technologies.
Is occupational therapy the same as physical therapy?
Both therapies help residents regain strength and mobility, but occupational therapy helps residents adapt to their social and physical environment through education in things like dressing, memory training and coordination exercises.
What can I expect from speech therapy?
Our skilled speech and language pathologists address communication issues and swallowing dysfunction. They’ll design treatment plans to help with language ability, provide alternate communication strategies, and give appropriate diet recommendations.
How often will I receive therapy services?
Every person receives an individualized treatment plan based on their specific rehabilitation needs and input from their doctor.