Senior Rehabilitation and Outpatient Therapy in Duluth, MN
Therapy and support designed to get you back on track.
When surgery, illness or injury keeps you from doing the things you enjoy, senior rehabilitation services at Benedictine Living Community–Duluth can help speed your recovery. Inpatient short-term senior care and rehabilitation help individuals recovering from hospital stays for complex medical issues such as stroke, injury, or even elective surgeries who need 24-hour care in our fully equipped senior rehabilitation center.
Benedictine Duluth earned “high-performing” recognition in short-term rehabilitation from U.S. News and World Report, 2022–2023. This rating is based on an assessment of 10 quality measures focusing on staffing, medical outcomes and processes of care provided to residents.
For those recovering from surgery or injury and able to live at home, our Duluth, MN, senior rehabilitation center also offers outpatient therapy sessions.
In either case, the goal of our professional, caring staff is to help the individual recover independence, move confidently, communicate effectively, and manage activities of daily life with little to no assistance.
Based on an individual’s needs, a rehabilitation plan may include:
- The support of a professional, caring staff that includes therapists and other qualified caregivers
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Strength, flexibility and endurance development
- Family support to integrate the family into the individual’s plan of care
- Spiritual care
Call 218-522-8900 or get in touch using the form on this page to learn more about the senior rehabilitation services available at our friendly community in Duluth, MN.
What is the difference among physical, occupational and speech therapies?
Physical therapy helps individuals regain strength, mobility and balance. Occupational therapy is aimed at improving an individual’s ability to perform everyday tasks and adapt to their physical environment. Speech therapy seeks to improve or restore the ability to communicate verbally and to enhance eating or swallowing skills.
Who will be involved in my care?
A team including a doctor, nurse, social worker, dietitian and therapists can provide care, guide your rehabilitation process, and work in partnership with you and your family members.
When is short-term inpatient rehabilitation needed?
When you’ve experienced a significant or life-threatening injury or illness, major surgery, or an emergency trauma, your physician may prescribe short-term inpatient rehabilitation to assist in your recovery. For more information, read our blog posts, Short-Term Rehabilitation: A Closer Look and When Is Short-Term Rehabilitation Needed?
Will Medicare pay for inpatient rehabilitation?
Medicare does provide coverage for inpatient rehabilitation. Your individual coverage and costs will depend upon the circumstances of your admission. For more information, visit the Medicare website.
When is outpatient rehabilitation needed?
When an injury, illness or surgery has compromised some of your functional abilities, but you are still healthy enough to live at home, your physician may prescribe outpatient rehabilitation. To learn more, read our blog posts, Outpatient Rehab: A Closer Look and When Is Outpatient Rehab Needed?
Will Medicare pay for outpatient rehabilitation?
Medicare does provide coverage for outpatient rehabilitation. Coverage details for specific types of therapy can be found on the Medicare.gov website: