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The Rehabilitation Center at Lucy Corr assists residents in achieving and maintaining their highest practical levels of function through comprehensive geriatric rehabilitation services. The Transitional Living Unit provides short-term care for residents who benefit from skilled rehabilitation or post-acute convalescent services. The Rehabilitation Center staff works closely with each resident, the resident’s family or caregiver and all departments to provide an interdisciplinary approach to meeting the resident’s goals.
The center provides full-time rehabilitative care with a team of licensed professionals in:
- Physical Therapy: Comprehensive functional mobility training for maximum independence including gait, transfer, wheelchair and prosthetic training; strength and balance training; wound care; fall prevention; modalities including electrical stimulation and therapeutic ultrasound.
- Occupational Therapy: Training in activities of daily living; specialized seating, positioning and splinting; restraint and pressure reduction; fine-motor-skills training; cognitive re-training.
- Speech Therapy: Receptive and expressive communication training; instruction for the hearing impaired; swallowing skills training including diet assistance and specialized feeding techniques; electro larynx and augmentative communication training; cognitive re-training.
- Restorative/Maintenance Therapy: Specialized programs provided by trained restorative aides to restore and maintain the residents’ functional level; these programs are developed and monitored by the Nursing or Rehabilitation Departments.
Dr. Abu A. Qutubuddin (Dr. Q), Assistant Professor and Director of Community Rehabilitation for the VCU School of Medicine is the Medical Director for the Rehabilitation Center at Lucy Corr Village.