At EncompassCare, therapists specialize in vital stimulation, vestibular diagnostics, hand therapy, Claudia Allen Dementia programming and much more! Our programs focus on individual care needs to best fit the patient’s lifestyle and goals.
Speech Therapy teams develop individualized programs to assist with memory loss, speech, and swallowing difficulty. Through various treatment interventions, the patient can achieve their optimal independence with use of written or verbal communication, swallowing or cognitive strategies.
Physical Therapy teams concentrate on improving an individual’s mobility, increasing their balance, muscle strength and coordination, reducing pain and increasing overall fitness to promote safety to ensure each patient highest level of function.
Occupational Therapy teams tailor their approach to the individual patient needs by assisting and developing skills for ADLs through adapting daily tasks, modifying environments and providing safety training to allow each patient to function at their highest ability in their personal environment.
Through a wide range of interventions such as sensorimotor treatments, range of motion, strength, coordination and daily skills training, our patients are successful in their preferred environment. Our therapy helps individuals reach maximum level of independence in activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, cooking, eating, toileting skills and leisure activities.
Reaching your short-term rehab goals can be more than just a physical challenge, it can bring mental obstacles as well. EncompassCare’s professional counselors can help you reach your recovery goals with a variety of clinical counseling techniques customized for you.
EncompassCare now offers In-Home Outpatient Therapy Services. When a patient’s Medicare Part A visits are exhausted or they have been cut from skilled services, the patient may qualify for continued therapy in their home under Medicare Part B or private insurance. This option is ideal for patients who need continued therapy, but are unable to travel to an outpatient clinic. Additionally, this option is great for individuals who wish to avoid traveling for treatment due to increased exposure to COVID-19.
Patients who are not designated as “homebound” may qualify for Home Based Outpatient Therapy. This is also a great option for “prehab.” That is, when a surgical procedure has been scheduled, but prior strengthening is required.
“My future looked very dark, very bad, but you would show me there was hope for a better day ahead, and you were right. Erin, you gave me hope for a new life. Not many people in their lives can say that, but you can. I can speak again, all because of your hard work and faith in me.”
— Ron D.
“I just want to say thank you for the great care I received during my stay at St. Catherine’s
recovering from surgery. Everyone was so kind and helped me with everything I needed. I met a lot of new people and renewed some old friendships. You have a wonderful way of making the world around you a happier place for everyone.”
— Bev D.
“It has been my good fortune to be treated by the rehab department of St. Catherine’s Manor of Fostoria, Ohio. From not being able to dress myself at age 84, I am now totally independent. I highly recommend them to you.”
— Charles S.
“My experience at St. Catherine’s was good. I was treated well, and the therapy I received helped me to return to the active lifestyle that I enjoy.”
— Wilber E.
“I suffered a severe stroke. I had asked 2 doctors in Toledo how bad my stroke was and they told me it’s as bad as it can get. My right side was totally paralyzed, I couldn’t eat, drink, breathe, or swallow correctly. Erin worked with me for 3 72 months to get my speech, eating, breathing, and swallowing back to normal. What she was able to do for me was nothing short of a miracle.”
— Ron D.
“A resident soon learns to follow instructions and do the best you can because all the therapists have your best interests in their hearts and minds. They also listen to each resident and do their best to improve their health and get them ready for the future. Above all else, I enjoyed each therapist’s sense of humor and the interest they displayed in each resident’s improvement.”
— Jean M.
“I’d give therapy an ‘A’. It was great! My therapist helped me make a memory book, and it has helped me remember my childhood memories and family.”
— Don L.
“When I came here I could only walk 10 feet!”
— Sandra H.
“Therapy is my favorite time of day!”
— Ron D.