Inpatient Post-Acute Care and Therapy at Otterbein
A recovery option that’s close to home.
Otterbein SeniorLife offers inpatient care to help you recover after a surgery, illness, or unexpected injury. Whether you need wound care management, or physical, occupational, speech, or other therapies, we can provide the inpatient care you need.
Work with our professional post-acute care services team to get you or your loved one back to your best life.
The Otterbein Post-Acute Care and Rehab Approach
- Receive physical, occupational, and speech therapy, wound treatment, and more in tandem with your doctors for an effective and speedy recovery.
- Find rehabilitation services close to home at one of our 15 locations, including our innovative Small House, Big Difference neighborhoods.
- Enjoy superior care from our expert team members and on-call-24/7 staff.
Post-Acute Therapies and Services
Registered nurse on duty 24 hours a day
Wound care management team
Find an Otterbein Post-Acute Care Location Near You
15 locations throughout Ohio and in Indiana make it easy to find an Otterbein near you. Contact us anytime with questions about admission or to schedule a tour.
About Our Small House, Big Difference Neighborhoods
SeniorLife neighborhoods are groups of homes that each house no more than 10 residents, whom we call “elders.” Each neighborhood offers rehabilitation and long-term skilled nursing with a person-centered approach and homelike atmosphere. Learn more about our neighborhoods here with a free copy of our guide »
How I Found Out Rehabilitation is The Best Medicine: A Resident’s Story
Scheduling a rehabilitation and therapy stay after surgery is one of the best ways you can restore yourself and live a healthy, full life. But it’s not always an easy decision, because all anyone wants to do after surgery is to go home.
Everything You Need To Know About Post-Acute Care
It may be hard to know how to move on after an accident. If, for example, your mother breaks her hip, would you know where to go from there? She might need care in the immediate short-term, and then a longer rehabilitation process.
What are Small House Neighborhoods?
When it comes to choosing a place for long-term care, skilled nursing, or rehabilitation after surgery, illness, or injury, most people would probably choose to stay home, rather than get care at a traditional, hospital-like nursing home.