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Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists help residents/patients increase or maintain their highest level of independence/safety in daily living activities. Beechwood Home treatment plans include self-care tasks such as feeding, toileting, and accessibility to the environment, wheelchair mobility/positioning, contracture management, energy conservation, and adaptive equipment/technology.

Outpatient Therapy

Available upon request. Please contact Sarah Apfeld-Inman, OTR/L at 513-842-2772 to discuss.

Physical Therapy

Beechwood Home physical therapists develop an individual plan of care for each resident/patient so that they may achieve the highest quality of life. Assisting individuals in achieving their maximum level of functional independence/safety in mobility involves a combination of therapy to decrease pain, while increasing or maintaining strength, flexibility, and balance. We offer ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and diathermy to assist in meeting goals.

Restorative

Beechwood Home offers to all residents programs designed by our therapists and followed through with and supervised by the Fitness/Restorative Staff members who are all state tested nurse aides with additional training in all the programs provided. The therapy gym provides exercise equipment to address a variety of ongoing fitness needs in a supportive and fun environment.

Speech

Beechwood Home speech and language pathologists work with patients who have communication and swallowing deficits. By improving speech patterns or learning to use speech assistive devices, the patient's ability to communicate with staff, family, and friends is greatly enhanced. The speech therapists also perform swallowing evaluations and treatments, working to ensure that the patient is able to eat safely and maintain or improve their nutritional status. In addition, we offer electrical stimulation as an adjunct approach to help facilitate the strength of the swallow.

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Note on Visitation during COVID outbreaks: Visitation has always been permitted during the internal spread covid-19 outbreak which began on 12/28/21. 

Our recommendation to limit visitation has been entirely prompted by the goal to safeguard the wellbeing of our Visitors, Staff, and Residents. 

Visitors who have felt comfortable entering the facility since this Covid-19 outbreak began on 12/28/21 have done so freely.  A majority of our Visitors have chosen to postpone entering the facility out of concern for their own health/wellbeing, which is very much understandable. 

If you don't feel comfortable entering the facility, please share this with the Resident that you know. If you feel that they are having difficulty understanding why you made the decision you did, please contact Nursing or Social Services and we would be happy to try to help them better understand this delicate situation.  

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