Discharge planning for our post hospital rehab patients begins at the onset of admission. Our professional discharge planner meets with each patient and their family to help determine the patient’s needs and current support system in order to provide a safe smooth discharge to home. The discharge planner also coordinates the patient’s interdisciplinary team of medical and therapy staff.
At New Albany Gardens and Care Center, we give you as many options as possible to cover your care. We are Medicare and Medicaid certified, and we accept a variety of insurance plans, private pay, and long-term care insurance.
For your convenience, our business office will bill Medicare, Medicaid or your private insurance on your behalf. We simply ask that you provide us with complete and accurate financial and insurance information at the time of admission. Without it, your claim could be denied and we would be required to bill you for our services. Rest assured it is our intention to help you maximize your benefits, and your assistance and cooperation in that process is greatly appreciated.
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My mother is having her knee replaced, and she will be staying at a Central Ohio rehabilitation facility to recover.
However, she is an extremely picky eater.
I’m concerned she won’t like the food and will be miserable during her stay.
Long-term care communities provide assistance with activities of daily living, which include walking, eating, dressing/grooming, toileting, bathing and transferring/standing up.
Essentially, they provide the support your parent needs when living at home is no longer an option due to difficulties with the activities of daily living (ADLs) listed above.
Assistance with ADLs isn’t the only thing communities provide, though. They also provide resources and programming to meet more than just physical needs.
If your friend or family member is in the hospital, it’s natural to want to bring them something when you visit. However, how do you know what gift will be appropriate and appreciated?
To help you out, here are some hospital gift ideas (that aren’t flowers!) that are perfect for older adults.