The Farmington Village Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provides caring and comprehensive services to our residents. Our rehabilitation therapists are licensed and certified with years of experience. Our therapists will meet with the physicians, and families of each resident to develop an individualized treatment plan to meet each resident’s unique needs.
Our rehabilitation services include hands-on care with state-of-the-art equipment, education, and counseling by our therapists.
Offering Outpatient Therapy for your Convenience
Farmington Village Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is proud to offer outpatient therapy for those in need in our community. Our outpatients’ clients include both new referrals from physicians and clients that seek a continuum of care in a familiar setting, following an inpatient rehab stay in our back-on-track program. We offer a separate entrance for this service located on the Northwest corner of the facility. Outpatient Therapy must be provided under the order of a Doctor, so it is important that you speak to your physician about the need for a referral to our facility or provide us with the information needed to contact your physician for you. Medicare Part B and most other major insurances will cover a portion or all of the cost for service. Our business office will be glad to perform an analysis of your benefits to ensure that you are informed of any out-of-pocket expenses.
Sarah House, Speech-Language Pathologist and Director of Therapy Services is here at the facility full time and will be glad to meet with you to answer any questions regarding the department.
Please feel free to stop by the facility or contact Sarah directly.
Phone: (309) 245-2407 ext:426
Physician’s offices may fax referrals directly to the therapy department.
Fax: (309) 245-2107
- Full-time, one-on-one physical therapy
- Training in mobility, gait stability, ambulation, posture, and positioning
- Custom exercise programs to re-educate muscles, increase muscle function, and improve coordination
- Specialty programming and technology to promote balance and fall prevention
- Joint and soft tissue mobilization to increase range of motion and manage contractures
Communication and swallowing:
- Exercises designed to recover speech, language, and memory skills
- Programs to strengthen verbal and non-verbal communication, including hearing impaired
- Functionally appropriate diets
- Focus on oral muscle strength and functions required for speaking and swallowing
- Education and training in dressing, bathing, eating, and grooming
- Activities for memory, orientation, and cognitive integration
- Adaptive techniques and equipment to overcome physical disabilities
- Strengthening and coordination exercises
- Exercises to reduce the effects of arthritis or other conditions to maintain normal joint movement
- Therapeutic environment for activities of daily living re-training with full kitchen, bathroom, and bed