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Solaris HealthCare Osceola FAQ

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What should I look for when visiting a rehab facility?

When visiting a rehab facility, you should look for an expert and credentialed staff and a comfortable environment conducive to recovery.

 

What is skilled nursing and rehab care?

Skilled nursing and rehab care is comprehensive inpatient care designed for someone who has an acute illness, injury, or exacerbation of a disease process. It is goal oriented treatment that requires a treatment plan for a limited time period (several days to several months) until the condition is stabilized or a predetermined treatment course is completed.

Will I get assistance with my discharge?

Our Social Services department discharge planner will help you to arrange for your return to home, to an assisted living facility (ALF) or to a long term care facility. The discharge planner will work with you and the therapy department to decide the safest discharge plan to meet your individual needs and goals.

What amenities are available?

  • A rehab gym with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Telephones and cable television in rehab rooms
  • Free WiFi
  • Barber and hairdresser services
  • Pets are welcome
  • Multiple shaded and screened patio areas
  • Restaurant-style dining

What activities are available?

You may participate in the variety of recreational and therapeutic activities that are posted and announced each day.

How are meals served?

Meals are served in our main dining room or privately in your room. We also offer assisted dining rooms to provide care to those with special dining needs. Guest meals are available at a nominal cost.

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What Should I Bring?

Clothing
  • Comfortable slacks
  • Cotton shirts
  • Robe
  • Pull over house gowns
  • Dresses (buttoned down) & slips
  • Afghan/lap blanket
  • Underwear & socks
  • Shoes (non-slip)
  • Night gowns (patients may use hospital gowns provided by facility)
  • Cardigan/sweater
  • Personal Supplies
  • Dentures, eye glasses and hearing aids
  • Adult briefs (also available by Medicaid)
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste or tablets
  • Hair brush/comb
  • Cosmetics
  • Razor (electric if desired)
  • Perfume or cologne
  • Deodorant, lotion, powder
  • Plastic clothes hangers
  • Personal items from home (pictures,  stationery & pens, books, mementos)
  • IMPORTANT:All items must be marked with the patient's name.

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