Highland Ridge Rehab Center- Dublin, VA
132 Beds · skilled Nursing · short-Term rehab · long-term care
Highland Ridge Rehab Center was originally constructed in 1969 and acquired by the Williams Family in 2001. In 2011 Highland Ridge underwent a renovation and expansion project that is now complete. The progressive skilled nursing facility has 132-beds with semi-private and private rooms. The Center provides short-term skilled nursing and a specialized rehabilitation program. A professional team works with your physician to design and implement a care plan to meet your specific needs.
Your team may include a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Dietician, Discharge Planner, and an Activity Director. The new rehab addition includes dedicated rehabilitation areas, as well as an activity room for arts, crafts, games, movies, and more. We are also pleased to share The Cornerstone Cafe where individuals and families can enjoy meals.
Our emphasis is on increasing your independence, both in mobility and in your ability to provide self care. You will have the choice to decide which plan of care best suits your goals. Each person's mobility will be advanced at a pace tailored to his or her individual needs.
Our Skilled Nursing and Health services include:
· 24-Hour RNs and LPNs with support from Certified Nursing Assistants
· Continuity of Care services
· Physical Therapy
· Occuational Therapy
· Speech Language Pathology
· Restorative Nursing Services
· Pain Management and IV Therapy
· Interdiciplinary Healthcare Teams
Aquatic Therapy incorporates Physical and Occupational Therapy performed in water. By using the resistance of water instead of weights it becomes very effective after an injury. It balances the amount of weight placed on the joints by exercise outside of water, and its benefits are continuous. Aquatic therapy focuses on circulation, endurance, flexibility, range of motion, balance, and coordination.
A wide variety of therapeutic techniques can be performed in water and is very effective for individuals of all ages and abilities. All of he individuals that are involved in Aqua Therapy as a part of their rehabilitation treatment plan will be accompanied by a Physical or Occupational Therapist who is trained to provide Aqua Therapy.
Our Aqua Therapy and Wellness programs are therapeutic and have shown to effectively benefit those with the following conditions: Arthritis, Athletic Injury, Balance and Coordination difficulties, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Joint Replacement, Orthopedic and/or Neurologic Impairment, and Osteoporosis.
No swimming skills are required to participate in this program.