Rest and Recovery
At Fairview Rehabilitation, we help those recovering from surgery, illness, injury, or a serious medical event. Our multidisciplinary team provides the care needed for a swift and efficient recovery, and our individualized care plans are designed to help you achieve the highest level of independence, function, and quality of life.
Services & Amenities
At Fairview Rehabilitation, we offer 3 types of rehabilitation services:
- Speech Therapy: For individuals with swallowing, communication, and speech or language disorders.
- Occupational Therapy: For individuals who need help with fine and gross motor coordination and daily living activities.
- Physical Therapy: For individuals who need help with strengthening, flexibility, gait training, device use, fall prevention, and pain control.
There are private and semi-private suites available at Fairview Rehabilitation to ensure our residents have access to the comfortable accommodations necessary to recuperate. We offer a multi-disciplinary approach to assist individuals recovering from a myriad of ailments, giving them the required resources to facilitate a speedy recovery.
Services and amenities include:
- 3,000 sq. ft. gym
- Private treatment rooms for therapeutic modalities
- Physical therapists
- Occupational and speech therapists
- Spacious furnished suites that include a private bath, flat-screen TV, and ample room for guests
- Multi-disciplinary rehabilitation team, including specialty nurses and physicians
Tour Two of our Rooms
If your loved one has experienced an illness, injury, surgery, or serious medical event, rehabilitation may be necessary to successfully transition back into the home environment. Depending on the severity of the ailment, your loved one may have difficulty recovering without assistance.
Having to spend an extended amount of time away from home can be difficult to adjust to, especially if your loved one is in pain or challenging therapy. At Fairview Rehabilitation, we work hard to ensure our suites are comfortable and spacious for residents. However, your loved one may still have a difficult time adjusting.
Bring some photographs or personal belongings to help your loved one feel more at home and visit them as much as possible. Recovery can be a difficult journey, but it doesn’t have to be unpleasant.
In some cases, your loved one may feel they are handling recovery adequately on their own. However, this may not be the case. We can help your loved one understand the need for external assistance and ensure they are comfortable.
Additionally, it may help to have a general physician recommend rehabilitation services to help your loved one understand that it’s necessary.
Before a new resident can move in, they must first fill out our application form and provide medical and physical information obtained within the last 30 days of applying. Medicare patients who’ve been discharged from their hospitals can fill out their application in-home, so long as their discharge period doesn’t last over 30 days.
Our staff will then perform a pre-admission screening to ensure we are up to date with all the medications, doctor-recommendations, and dietary requirements your loved one needs to maintain an excellent quality of life. After this, your loved one will fill out various forms including our Residency Agreement and Consent to Treat before picking a suitable date to move in.
Our residents can receive visitors 24 hours a day/7 days a week with no appointment necessary.
Our short survey assesses your unique situation and provides guidance that fits your needs. Take the 5-minute survey by clicking here.
We are here to answer all your questions and provide guidance during your search for a care facility. We can help you with placement in our assisted living, memory care assisted living, or rehabilitation/short-term skilled nursing programs.
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Awards and Recognition
Compassionate Care in Hudson, New Hampshire
You can find us at 203 Lowell Road in Hudson, New Hampshire.
Our community is easily accessible from Hampshire Drive and Lowell Road.