Stroke Rehabilitation

Most people who survive a stroke will have some type of disability. But many people are able to make significant improvements through rehabilitation. According to the National Stroke Association:

  • 10% of stroke survivors recover almost completely
  • 25% recover with minor impairments
  • 40% experience moderate-to-severe impairments that require special care
  • 10% require care in a nursing home or other long-term facility

For the best chance of improvement and regaining abilities, it is important that rehabilitation starts as soon as possible after a stroke.

CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute

Recovering from a stroke is a process that requires a lot of support. That’s why our team at the CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute will be along side you and your family every step of the way. Our acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient programs utilize the most sophisticated technology and therapies.

From advanced electrical stimulation, sophisticated swallowing and gait therapies to our world class Aquatic Center with split-moveable floors, our facility is designed with specific emphasis on what people recovering from a stroke require. We offer home assessments, peer visitation programs, community outings and structured education programs. We stay with you throughout the entire process and provide you with lifelong care by offering wellness programs, follow-up physician care, and support groups. It's everything you could want or need to help make the transition back home easier.

Using a team approach, the CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute's stroke program encourages the involvement of those closest to you. We emphasize early rehabilitation intervention to maximize independence. Our goal is to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual recovery.

How Stroke Patients Work on Their Rehabilitation:

  • Increase skills to fulfill day-to-day activities
  • Enhance mobility
  • Encourage well being and quality of life
  • Increase independence in the community
  • Provide interactive education
  • Provide information about community resources
  • Meet adaptive equipment needs for mobility, comfort and communication
  • Treat and assess communication and swallowing difficulties
  • Home assessment
  • Rehabilitation neuropsychology
  • Driver's assessment and education
  • Weekly family support groups
  • Aquatics program