Home Evaluation for Mobility Issues
Are you or a loved one having trouble getting around in the home? Have you noticed unsteadiness, weakness or lack of stability? Are you more likely to trip lately?
It might be time to schedule a Home Evaluation.
With the Home Evaluation program, an expert rehabilitation provider will visit you in your home and:
- Talk to you about mobility problems.
- Investigate ways to increase your independence and decrease the risk of injury.
- Determine if rehabilitation can help with strength, balance and stability.
Home Evaluation is available to anyone who asks. It does not require a doctor’s order or approval. It’s convenient and confidential. And it could help bring peace of mind.
Take the quiz
Here’s an easy way to decide. Answer the following questions as honestly
as you can:
- Can you stay home alone?
- Have you fallen recently?
- Do you tend to trip easily?
- Has rehabilitation been prescribed for you in the past, maybe for a stroke, heart or breathing condition?
- Have you had therapy in the past and noticed a decrease in the gains you once made?
- Is walking or taking the stairs more difficult than it used to be?
- Have you considered moving to an assisted living facility?
If you answered yes to two or more, it’s time to pick up the phone.
It all adds up to gaining and keeping your independence. Most of all, it’s about leading a full life.
The hospital provides no-cost home screenings for individuals who might benefit from rehabilitation. To schedule a screening, the individual, a family member or a healthcare professional should call 281 276-7574 to request a home evaluation. A liaison will visit the individual’s home, complete the screening and make appropriate recommendations.
Get in Touch with Us
Contact us to learn more about our rehabilitation programs or to set up a tour at our hospital.
We all speak about our missions and visions, but when you see it, feel it and experience such a rewarding group of staff working patiently with our Veterans and elderly, then you know the mission is being lived.