Post Acute Services

After hospitalization, many patients require supportive professional services during their initial recovery period. They may also require education regarding their disease and best self-care techniques. Both acute and chronic conditions may require specialized care and support to promote recovery and discharge.

Windsor provides the following Post-Acute services (listed alphabetically):

  • Cardiac Specialty Program – improves the health and quality of life for residents with any heart condition and vascular disease
  • Cognitive Specialty Program – identifies cognitive deficits which impact the ability to conduct day to day functional activities in a safe manner
  • Dysphagia Management – assess and developments plan for patients suffering from Dysphagia, a swallowing and/or feeding disorder
  • Fall Prevention Improvement – assesses the root causes of falls, developing an individualized plan of care, and implementing a multi-disciplinary treatment approach to prevent the occurrence and/or recurrence of falls
  • Low Vision Program – assesses the deficits of residents with vision disorders which impact there functional independence on a day to day basis
  • Lymphedema Management – rehabilitation programs to reduce the swelling in one or more extremities resulting from impaired flow of the lymphatic system
  • Medically Complex Program – With many co-morbidities presented along with the primary diagnosis for each resident, this programs develops a comprehensive plan of care which covers treatments for complexities of all diagnoses
  • Orthopedic Recovery Program – focuses on residents who have undergone a joint replacement (total hip or knee), fracture, musculoskeletal injury or a degenerative joint disease.
  • Pain Management – focuses on reducing and/or eliminating persistent pain which limits the resident in performing day to day functional activities effectively.
  • Pulmonary Specialty Program – enhances the functional capacity of residents with chronic respiratory impairments. Often times residents with COPD experience difficulty breathing which worsens with exertion due to limited respiratory capacity.
  • Wound Management Program – focuses on skin integrity and wound healing in collaboration with skilled nursing care.