Caring for You at Home
Who We Are and What We Do
Since 1981, Bridgeway Senior Healthcare has been committed to providing a full continuum of care to assist older adults no matter where they are in life. By caring for individuals like members of our own families, Bridgeway Senior Healthcare has earned a reputation for providing loving, first-class care, and trust and respect of our community.
We have observed that patients frequently benefit from additional support to remain strong and safe at home. The benefits of in-home therapy inspired us to establish Bridgeway Care at Home, a service designed to bring outpatient therapy services directly to our patients' residences.
We Will Know What You Need
When our team of home therapists brings your therapy to you, the process will be more streamlined. That's because we will learn about and understand your unique needs and know about the therapy goals.
Keeping You Safe at Home
Today, seniors are encouraged to remain home as much as possible to limit their risk of infection. Bridgeway care at Home therapists know that there is more to staying safe than justy staying home.
Our therapists are trained to assess the hom eenvironment and make recommendations on basic changes that can be made to keep your home as safe as possible. These can include simple solutions such as increasing lighting, adjusting furniture placement, or strategically installing grab bars in the best areas to reduce risk.
Bridgeway’s physical therapy team provides services that develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability to each of our patients. Movement and function may be threatened by aging, injury, disease or environmental factors. As a result, our physical therapists work with patients in the following ways:
The occupational therapy team helps patients improve their ability to perform tasks in living and working environments. Our occupational therapists use treatments to:
Our occupational therapists help patients perform all types of activities, from using a computer to caring for daily needs such as dressing, cooking and eating. Occupational therapists use physical exercise and other activities to increase strength and dexterity, and to improve visual acuity, or the ability to discern patterns.
For example, one of our residents with short term memory loss was encouraged to make lists to aid recall, and another resident with coordination problems performed specific exercises to improve hand-eye coordination. Occupational therapists work with our residents to assess their homes for hazards and to identify environmental factors that contribute to falls, both of which are important for independent living.
Our speech language therapy team provides services to individuals with a variety of issues and diagnoses, including the following:
Let Us Show You Around
Come visit, and you’ll learn firsthand how our expert therapy services can enhance your quality of life, getting you back to the activities you enjoy. From the beautiful, home-like surroundings and well-equipped facilities to the world-class care, you’ll experience our Tradition of Excellence.