Pacific Coast Post Acute Nursing services consist of an interdisciplinary team approach focused on the individual needs of our patients and residents. At Pacific Coast Post Acute we pride ourselves on delivering quality care each and every day to those patients and residents we are privileged to serve.
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy provided in a comfortable, caring, and safe environment.
Our highly capable nurses closely monitor condition changes and progress ensuring a fast recovery.
A positive and uplifting atmosphere is vital to the success of healing, recovery and rehabilitation. Pacific Coast Post Acute employs outgoing and friendly professional staff to create social activities to fit our patients needs. Friends and family are always welcome to visit and attend our events.
Speech and language therapy are aimed at improving communicative abilities and cognitive functioning. Our speech-language pathologist works with patients who have communication disorders. Through evaluation, a tailored plan of care is created. Our therapists will provide
treatments in the areas of speech, voice, fluency, and swallowing.
Pacific Coast Post Acute Skilled Nursing has an excellent physical therapy team that treats health-related conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit patientsʼ abilities to move and perform functional activities of daily living. Physical Therapy includes muscle strengthening and retraining, transfer techniques, stair climbing, training in the use of prosthetics, gait training, and adaptive equipment training. Our ultimate goal is to restore the highest level of functional independence to each individual.
Our occupational therapy team works hand-in-hand with physicians and surgeons to ensure that our patients reach their highest level of independence. Occupational therapists(OTs) work with patients who suffer from disabling conditions by developing an individualized care plan that improves basic motor functions and reasoning abilities. OTs provide customized interventions to improve individualsʼ ability by providing treatment programs that may include: range of motion and strengthening exercises, functional ergonomics, and/or use of modalities to decrease pain and swelling.
Our experienced team of physical, occupational, and speech therapists work closely with individuals who are recovering from a stroke. While rehabilitation does not “cure” or reverse brain damage that may have occurred from a stroke, rehabilitation is vital in reducing further
brain injury and maximizing patient recovery. With motivation and social support from our staff, the primary goal of stroke recovery is to prevent secondary health complications, minimizing impairments, and achieving functional goals that promote independence.
We are proud to offer extensive wound care by our team of treatment nurses. We have specialized wound care nurses who work directly with our nursing staff to organize and conduct weekly wound care rounds for patient consultation and follow up to ensure that wounds are properly cared for and promote maximum healing potential.
We are proud to offer qualified, experienced nursing care to our residents whether your stay is short or long term. We have registered nurses, licensed practical(vocational) nurses, as well as certified nurse assistants available 24 hours a day to ensure that your skilled nursing needs are met.
Our Social Services Directors are resident advocates who seek to improve the quality of life and well being of each resident by helping residents cope with emotional, social, and medical healthcare needs. They facilitate care conferences, support groups, and provide counseling services for residents and family members.
At Pacific Coast Post Acute, the psychological well being of each resident is very important to us. We offer an ongoing program, 7 days a week, to meet the interests of each resident through physical and mental activities. Some examples of activities offered include social gatherings, musical guests, arts
and crafts, exercise classes, and intellectual discussions. Our activities calendar changes monthly with new activities added accordingly. We strive to provide interactive and fun activities where everyone can participate. Our activities department and nursing staff motivate residents by reminding, encouraging, and escorting them to the group activities of their choice.