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Physical Therapy – Speech Therapy – Occupational Therapy

When you or a loved one require rehabilitation at home, the VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region can provide a complete array of services to help— from physical therapy to speech therapy. If you or a loved one is planning a hip replacement, knee replacement or other joint replacement surgery, after-care is just as crucial as a successful surgery. Our experienced therapists bring the highest quality of care right in the comfort and convenience of your home.

Regain strength, mobility, and independence in your daily activities quickly and safely with our physical rehabilitation therapy services in Bennington, Franklin, and Rutland Counties. Working closely with your physician, we develop a comprehensive plan of care that may include:

  • Exercise
  • Walking
  • Durable Medical Equipment Assessment
  • Home/Environment Safety Evaluation

Registered therapists are experienced in caring for all types of injuries, including post-surgical joint replacement rehabilitation, neurological, orthopedic, musculoskeletal, pulmonary and cardiovascular disorders, plus sports injuries.

Our licensed Occupational Therapists work with developmental, physical, emotional, and social issues to regain optimal independence in your daily living activities.

  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • On-site therapy services
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • Traumatic injury rehabilitation
  • Stroke rehabilitation

What is Speech Language Pathology, exactly? Contrary to popular belief, Speech Language Pathologists – also referred to as a “Speech Therapists” – do more than just treat stutters and lisps. SLP therapists work closely with patients to provide evaluations and remediation of a variety of disorders and/or delays.  Some include:

  • Articulation disorders
  • Cognitive impairments or delays
  • Social language use or pragmatic disorders
  • Expressive and receptive language impairments or delays
  • Fluency/stuttering
  • Voice disorders
  • Auditory processing disorder
  • Oral motor and oral feeding issues
  • Dysphagia (swallowing)
  • Memory improvement

Speech impairments may be associated with neurological conditions such as hearing loss, head and neck injuries, strokes and developmental issues. Our trained pathologists perform a complete speech, hearing, audiological and physical evaluation prior to developing a plan of care.

Do you, or does someone you know need home care?

Contact us to get the conversation started.