Focus. On. Outcomes.
Restoring quality of life through comprehensive rehabilitation
Welcome to Care First
About Care First Rehabilitation
Care First understands we cannot be all things to everyone. However, we have developed a mission that allows us to constantly expand our clinical and rehabilitative strategies. As a result, we use as many tools as possible to assist with physical/cognitive functionality and self-worth. This is of the utmost importance after a catastrophic injury, and it also applies to those recovering from serious illness and other injuries.
With CMS certification pending as a CORF, (Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitative Facility), Care First excitedly looks to expand services to every corner of our community.
Skilled rehabilitation refers to the services of qualified, licensed and/or certified professionals who provide:
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Respiratory Therapy (coming soon)
The goal is to assist in restoring as much independent function as possible. Every diagnosis and patient condition are different. For this reason, we cannot predetermine the duration of each therapeutic regimen. However, the goal is always to maximize independence immediately upon service commencement.
Neurological Cognitive Day Treatment Program
This is a day-time initiative that combines the services of various professionals and those who provide professional assistance. The goal is to provide creative individual or group therapy in a forum that focuses on improvement in executive function, memory impairment, and independent ambulation with special avenues for motivation and interactive activity programming. This is a popular, effective approach for those with traumatic brain injury, stroke sufferers, and others.
Sometimes a person needs help to return to their former skilled self. Vocational rehabilitation is a process which enables people with functional, psychological, developmental, cognitive, and/or emotional disabilities or impairments to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining, or returning to employment. In many cases, vocational rehabilitation imparts new skills that can help a catastrophically injured person to enter a new level of productivity.