Let Younker Rehabilitation Care for You
Younker Rehabilitation is committed to helping you improve your ability to function and become as independent as possible, while nurturing and strengthening your mind, body and soul, regardless of the cause or severity of your condition. Our dedicated team of rehabilitation experts specializes in spinal cord injury rehabilitation, brain injury rehabilitation, amputee rehabilitation and stroke rehabilitation to help patients transition back into their homes. Each treatment program is highly individualized, based upon your level of function, support system and activity tolerance. If you or a loved one has sustained a debilitating injury/illness or experienced worsening of a chronic condition and is ready for an aggressive program of therapy and patient/family education to improve the quality of life, Younker Rehabilitation is here to help.
Our rehabilitation goal is to improve functional ability and enhance life management skills of individuals, families and the community through collaboration, education, innovation and advocacy. Keeping in mind your unique needs and individual lifestyle, our team of specially trained physicians (physiatrists), physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, recreational therapists, nurses, care managers and social workers work with you and your family to set goals for improved function and prepare you for a successful discharge. Our primary emphasis is on empowering you with the tools and education you will need to maximize the amount of function you can regain through rehab and live as independently as possible. We foster an environment of hope!
Who is Younker Rehabilitation?
Younker Rehabilitation is an acute rehabilitation level of care and can manage complex patient needs as long as it does not impede on the patient's participation in their rehabilitation plan. The rehabilitation team includes providers, nurses, therapists, and other staff who work together to improve the functional independence and quality of life for our patients. If the person served is cognitively unable to make decisions, a family member or legal representative must be identified to speak on the behalf of the person served prior to the decision for admission.