A home for individuals who have experienced brain injury, spinal cord injury, or injury or illness. After a catastrophic life event, finding the right long-term life care facility can feel overwhelming. You want a place that feels like home — one that will enhance your loved one’s life and provide quality care and attention.
Enter Nexus Specialty Hospital and Nexus Neurorecovery Center. We provide a variety of programs, services, therapies, and activities that help patients adjust to disability and increase overall wellbeing. With two settings — one designed for medically complex individuals and one community-based — Nexus is providing compassionate and fun lifelong care as we’re mending minds.
Providing care in a home-like environment, life care at Nexus Specialty Hospital and Nexus Neurorecovery Center maximizes independence, productivity, and self-advocacy while minimizing the risk of medical complications and secondary disability. In fact, many life care residents continue to make progress on their recovery journey while in our program.
Life care services support patient recovery, improve quality of life, and decrease the overall burden of care on family members. The Nexus team works with families, life care planners, and case managers to develop a plan to meet the individual’s needs. Our state-of-the-art facilities offer many amenities from rehabilitation gyms to medication spaces to fishing ponds. We concentrate on maintaining our residents’ health and level of function so they can enjoy the greatest independence and participate in community activities for both work (when applicable) and leisure.
Once patients have been discharged from inpatient rehabilitative programs, they usually need to continue regular physical therapy exercises at home. Outpatient physical therapy can bridge the gap between inpatient care and complete recovery, ensuring patients continue to heal post-discharge. The length and frequency of physical therapy sessions recommended depends on your child’s unique treatment plan. A qualified physical therapist will not only facilitate outpatient sessions, but also teach children how to exercise independently at home.
Nexus' NeuroContinuum sequence provides a range of care for those recovering from acquired or
traumatic brain injuries and other complicated illnesses or diseases.
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Contact our Admissions Department for more information and to begin the recovery process today.