Boise, Idaho Rehabilitation for Seniors
Helping you, or someone you care for, gain strength and maximum mobility – whether recovering from illness, injury or surgery – or working to increase daily independence. That’s your goal and ours. In addition to skilled nursing, Health Services at The Terraces provides short- and long-term rehabilitation and therapy services. Our licensed therapists and registered nurses provide personalized care using the most advanced treatments and technologies. All in a gracious household setting with private suites surrounding an open kitchen and comfortable living space. Subacute care therapy services are available to residents of The Terraces and to Treasure Valley-area seniors.
Rehabilitation in a Village household includes:
- Short-term rehabilitation, as well as long-term residential living options
- Private rehab suites with full private baths
- A true family household design with an open kitchen and comfortable living space
- Team members trained in person-centered care, allowing them to pitch in where needed and deliver on individual preferences
- State-of-the-art rehabilitation gym
- Electric beds, Smart TVs and telephone service in each suite
- Private spa with specialty tubs
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- 24/7 admission available
- Electronic medical records
- On-site independent living, assisted living, and memory care
Clinical Specialties include:
- Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies
- Vital Stim
- Heat and Cold Modalities
- Neurologic Rehabilitation
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Post-surgical Reconditioning
- Health Promotion/Wellness Training
- Cognitive Retraining and Strategies
- Enteral Nutrition Management
- IV Therapy
- Care Management and Discharge Planning
Complete the contact form on this page to learn more about short-term and long-term rehabilitation at The Terraces in Boise, ID.
For immediate assistance with hospital and other professional medical referrals, call 208-629-5917.
Rehabilitation Frequently Asked Questions
The Terraces of Boise provides rehabilitation services through nursing, physical, speech and occupational therapies. Resident and nonresident seniors can receive expert care from our skilled pathologists and therapists using the most advanced treatments and technologies.
It’s similar in that it helps to restore strength and mobility. Occupational therapy helps people adapt to their social and physical environment through education in things like dressing, memory training and coordination exercises.
Our skilled speech and language pathologists address communication issues and swallowing dysfunction. They’ll design treatment plans to help with language ability, provide alternate communication strategies and give appropriate diet recommendations.