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Rehabilitation Services (physical, occupational and speech therapy) are provided to our residents through our rehabilitation team in conjunction with the rest of the interdisciplinary team. They work on development of a comprehensive rehabilitation program to help you meet your goals at your pace. Rehabilitation means reshaping lives and restoring lost abilities after an illness or injury. It means treating the whole patient; physically, emotionally, and socially, and returning them to their optimum level of function for a better quality of life.

The residents at Hanover Hall are assisted in their recovery in a home-like environment by a team of caring and highly qualified rehabilitation professionals.

Total Joint Replacement

This program focuses on using Physical and Occupational Therapies to maximize the function of residents recovering from total knee and hip replacement surgery.

For residents recovering from limb amputation, with a direct focus on wound healing, preparations for prosthesis and achieving the most in functional improvement.

Respiratory and Pulmonary Focused Rehabilitation

Our Pulmonary Focused Rehabilitation Program is staffed with a licensed Respiratory Therapist to treat complex respiratory problems including patients with new tracheostomy. The professional staff of therapists are there to meet the needs of these complex patients to get them to their prior level of function so they can return home.

Our goal is to provide the highest-level quality care to high acuity respiratory patients. Early identification of symptoms paired with quick intervention supports our goal of reducing unnecessary hospitalizations for this high-risk population.

Respiratory Program Highlights

At Hanover Hall, we offer an interdisciplinary, collaborative approach to specialized pulmonary care by providing a Respiratory Therapist 7 days a week with a consulting Pulmonologist to address the needs of the high acuity patients and reduce re-hospitalizations.


Some people need skilled nursing care temporarily, to recuperate after an illness or hospital stay. Others need long-term care and may live in a skilled nursing center for an extended period.

For those residents who are unable to return home, Hanover Hall provides an on-going plan of care based on the individualized care needs of each resident. Services may include specialized dementia programming, nutrition management, wound care, assistance with activities of daily living, and other supportive care depending on the individual needs of the resident. We offer support and guidance to families who are encouraged to be involved in the care needs of their loved ones.

Using trained service animals, our residents are offered emotional support through the use of interaction with a pet. The therapy dog offers emotional healing for our residents.