Wanda W. admitted to Campbellsville Nursing and Rehab due to a right hip fracture. She was living at home with her husband and eager to get back. Upon admission, Wanda was a max assist with her activities of daily living and transferred with toe-touch weight-bearing precautions to her right lower extremity. Here is what Wanda’s rehab has done for her:
In speech therapy, Wanda worked on swallowing and cognition exercises. She was admitted on a mechanical soft diet and has transitioned to a regular diet. Her cognitive level has shown improvement as well.
Occupational therapy worked with Wanda on dressing, toileting, and balance. She improved from requiring maximum assistance with ADLs on admission to standby assist with modified independence.
In physical therapy, Wanda worked on transfers, bed mobility, standing, walking and strength training. She admitted with a toe-touch weight-bearing status and progressed to weight-bearing as tolerated. Wanda is now walking up to 100 feet with a rolling walker and stand by assist. The staff at Campbellsville Nursing and Rehab is so proud of Wanda and the progress she has made with therapy. We know she is excited and ready to return home safe and sound.