Sage Living offers senior rehabilitation in Jackson, WY with an array of individualized and group therapies for long-term-care residents. Daily therapeutic opportunities include physical exercise, occupational and speech therapy, and resident-favorite music therapy.
Physical therapy helps seniors increase their strength, endurance and independence. Under the guidance of our physiatrist & fitness experts, we work closely with you or your loved one to create a physical therapy plan that is personalized and unique to your goals.
During occupational therapy, residents learn exercises and practice rehabilitation techniques that make completing daily tasks easier and more comfortable. This type of therapy helps regain and improve fine and basic motor skills, grow strength and dexterity, and increase self-empowerment.
Speech therapy supports residents to increase and regain important communication and cognitive skills. Our skilled therapists will work with you or your loved one on speech issues and strengthening the muscles of the mouth that allow safe eating and swallowing. Words matter, and we help guests continue to share their unique stories.
Music brings joy, laughter, memories, comfort, and connection to life at Sage Living. A community favorite, our music program is led by a certified neurologic music therapist. We use clinical-based music interventions to help individuals enhance memory, improve communication, reduce stress and promote physical and mental rehabilitation—and it’s really fun too!
Short-term stay rehab guests will be treated at St. John’s Physical Rehabilitation. Our inpatient rehabilitation unit offers breathtaking views and an environment designed around healing and wellness. The experienced team at our transitional care neighborhood, or Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF), develops a customized plan to help each guest transition successfully back to the life they love as quickly and safely as possible. At St. John’s Physical Rehabilitation, health care and therapy professionals work together to treat a variety of injuries including cardiac care, post-surgical recovery, stroke and neurological illnesses and much more.
Learn more about inpatient care at St. John’s Physical Rehabilitation.