myPathTM Stroke Rehabilitation Program

 

Jackie, Stroke survivor

Having a stroke can be devastating—not only for the patient, but for the patient’s family. Jewish Senior Life’s myPath Stroke Rehabilitation Program is designed to help patients relearn how to walk, talk, and resume the basic activities of daily living so they can get back to their best selves after a hospital stay.

After multiple strokes, Jackie found that even the simplest tasks were a challenge. Hear Jackie’s story and see how the myPath Stroke Rehabilitation Program at the Jewish Home helped her get back to her best self.

Our goal is to help patients achieve positive outcomes and to help them reach their highest level of functioning and independence in order to return to the community safely and with any necessary support services.

Stroke rehabilitation often requires healthcare professionals from several disciplines because a stroke can affect many functions. The myPath Stroke Rehabilitation Program focuses on maximizing the patient’s health and independence in such areas as:

  • Activities of living, such as eating, dressing, grooming, bathing, and homemaking
  • Communication with spoken and written words
  • Improving memory and judgment
  • Balance, coordination and overall mobility
  • Swallowing
  • Exercise based on patient’s abilities
  • Self-image

Our highly personalized, integrated program offerings include:

  • Individualized care plans
  • Nurses trained in stroke intervention and rehabilitation care
  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapy seven days a week
  • State-of-the-art technology to improve neuromuscular control
  • Anxiety and pain management
  • Patient and family education

Our therapists are skilled in stroke care and continually upgrading their education so they can provide the best support and care. We have specialists trained in:

  • functional vision, speech and the management of swallowing deficits
  • neuro-developmental training
  • technology including flexible endoscopic evaluation for swallowing (FEES), surface electromyography (SEMG) for swallowing therapy, and electrical stimulation

Read more about our Stroke Rehabilitation and Transitional Care Program metrics.

Jewish Senior Life is a member of the National Stroke Association’s Stroke Center Network (SCN). SCN participants are chosen based on their strong and clear commitments to providing quality stroke care. Through SCN, Jewish Senior Life staff receives specialized ongoing stroke education in addition to extensive training by other experts in the field.


The myPath Stroke Rehabilitation program is supported by the Goodman-Klein-Pinckney Family Foundation.

To schedule a tour or receive more information, please contact Stephanie Bovee at (585) 784-6397 or fill out the contact form below.