Liberty Healthcare & RehabilitationNews & Updates

Assisted Living for People with Disabilities

Did you know that 2 out of 4 American adults age 65 or older live with at least one disability? Despite their challenges, most disabled seniors strive to live as independently as possible. There are…

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How Sleep Impacts Your Health

The CDC reports that around 70 million Americans have chronic sleep issues. These sleep issues can lead to numerous health risks, including chronic illnesses, diabetes, injuries, mental illnesses,…

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Easy Ways to Prevent Falls

The CDC reports that one in four older Americans fall every year. Falls are the leading cause of injury and death for people aged 65 and older. Common fall injuries include broken bones, head…

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What You Need to Know About Senior Living Assessments

When it comes to your loved one, their health and well-being is a top priority. You want them to be as safe and independent as possible. As your loved one ages, they may experience certain…

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What Are the Benefits of Working In a Long-Term Care Facility?

Do you enjoy helping others, making a difference in your community, and forming bonds? If you said yes, you may want to consider a nursing assistant career in a long-term care facility. For nursing…

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Short-Term vs. Long-Term Rehab vs. Outpatient Therapy for Patients

Whether you or your loved one is recovering from an injury or surgery or living with a serious illness or disability, there are several options to help improve your quality of life and regain your…

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How Families Can Cope With the Decision to Put Their Loved Ones in a Skilled Nursing Home

As your loved one’s primary caregiver, you are responsible for their health and wellness. You must make difficult decisions and consider all options about your loved one. This places pressure on you…

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Tips for Staying Connected to Your Loved Ones in a Skilled Nursing Facility

At Liberty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services, our patients in our skilled nursing facilities benefit from staying connected to their loved ones. This helps our patients feel loved, valued, and…

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What Does a Certified Nursing Assistant Do?

At Liberty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services, our certified nursing assistants (CNAs) provide valuable daily care and support to patients. CNAs play a key role in helping patients achieve their…

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What Is Outpatient Therapy?

Whether you or your loved one are recovering from an injury or surgery, outpatient therapy is an excellent option. At Liberty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services, outpatient therapy is available…

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Speech Therapy

  Have you ever heard of speech therapy? Isn’t that just for people “who can’t talk right”? No, speech therapy is more complex than you realize! The field of speech-language pathology (also…

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How to Reduce Your Risk for Dementia

  In previous articles, we looked at what dementia is and how it’s diagnosed, as well as the early signs and different stages of dementia. While there is no known cure or way to completely…

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Top Tips for Stroke Prevention

In last week’s article, we discussed what a stroke is and the warning signs. It’s also important to know how to do your part to prevent a stroke, especially when over 795,000 Americans have a stroke…

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What Is a Stroke and What Are the Warning Signs?

Each year, over 795,000 Americans have a stroke. A stroke is a serious health condition that needs immediate medical care, whether it’s a person’s first or subsequent stroke. Strokes are one of the…

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What You Need to Know About Arthritis

Did you know that over 54 million adults and 300,000 children live with arthritis? Despite the significant number of people with arthritis, there is still a lot of misunderstanding regarding this…

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What Are the Early Signs and Different Stages of Dementia?

In a previous article, we looked at what dementia is and how it’s diagnosed. This week, we are going to take a look at the early signs and different stages of dementia. Keep reading to learn what to…

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Benefits of Occupational Therapy for Seniors

Did you know April is Occupational Therapy (OT) month? This is an important healthcare holiday that recognizes the positive impact occupational therapists have on their patients’ lives. Whether a…

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What is Dementia and How is it Diagnosed?

The World Health Organization states that an estimated 50 million people have dementia around the world and there are around 10 million new cases each year. An estimated 60 to 70 percent of dementia…

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What is Skilled Nursing?

Like other medical terms, skilled nursing care is often misunderstood. Skilled nursing care refers to a type of medical care that can only be provided by licensed health professionals, such as…

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Maintain Your Independence with Assisted Living

Aging is a natural progression in every person’s life. For healthy seniors, you are likely still living at home and enjoying your independence. Losing that independence is a major fear for seniors…

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What is Short-Term Rehabilitation?

  You may have heard your loved one’s doctor use the terms short-term rehabilitation. What does this mean exactly? What are the benefits of this form of rehabilitation. These are excellent questions,…

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March is National Social Work Month

Established in the late 19th century, social workers have played an essential role in helping people in need gain the resources and skills to escape economic and social poverty. Social workers help…

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