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Indoor Visitation

Published on October 14, 2021, 8:40 am

We are now open for scheduled indoor visits! Contact Social Services at 334-897-2257 for more information or to schedule your visit today!

Tips for Transitioning Home from Rehab

Published on September 29, 2021, 9:15 am

Transitioning Home from Rehab

Having a loved one in rehab can be stressful, so when they are cleared for discharge home, it can be a relief.  However, going can come with its share of challenges.  You want to make sure your loved one received the best care possible to avoid readmission and has everything they need to thrive.

What Should you Ask?

Before your loved one leaves rehab, read their discharge papers carefully and ask any questions you may have.  Make sure you understand their diagnosis, recovery, and any complications to be alert for.  Ask about any prescriptions and exactly how and when they should be taken.

Talk About their limitations and abilities as well.  Are they able to get up and move about a lot? Are there restrictions on how much they can lift or time spent on their feet?  These are all things to consider as you prepare their home for their return.  You may have to make adjustments or rent/buy special equipment to aid their recovery.

Preparing Their Home

If you know ahead of time about modifications your elderly parent will need, such as a special bed or wheelchair, a shower chair, or grab bars, you should make the changes before they come home.  Once they are home, pay attention to activities they may struggle with.  Take up any rugs they may trip over and move cords out of the way.  Put commonly used items in close reach so they don’t have to bend or stretch to get them.

Having home health or hospice to assist with tasks around the home and provide support and companionship may be necessary upon discharge.  They can help with continues nursing care once home to prevent readmission.  This can take some stress off of your senior and allow them to focus on their recovery.

Things to Remember

Remember that your loved on just came home form rehab.  It may take them some time to adjust and recover.  They may not be up to full strength yet.  Remind them to take it easy and follow the doctor’s orders.  Overexerting themselves can increase risk of readmission.

Their recovery may also come with lifestyle changes.  They may not be able to do or eat everything they used to before they were in the hospital. Try to keep a positive attitude and be encouraging and supportive.  Change can be tough, especially for seniors who are set in their ways.  Make sure that everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goals.

CNA Appreciation Week

Published on June 22, 2021, 7:43 am

In honor of CNA appreciation week, our administrative staff hosted several events for our wonderful CNA’s.  Pictured below is a few of the CNAs that attended an appreciation lunch held Friday, June 18.  Other appreciation events included breakfasts for all employees and gifts for all our CNS’s.


COVID Precautions

Published on February 2, 2021, 1:21 pm

We are opening for visits and we look forward to seeing you! Visits are limited to two people at a time and must be screened in the lobby area before visiting any resident. Masks are required and must be properly worn and social distancing guidelines must be followed. Please call the Social Services Department to schedule your visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

Published on February 2, 2021, 12:28 pm

Do you have beds available?

Bed availability can change on a daily basis. Please contact the Admissions Department for availability.

Do you have Social Workers to assist with discharge planning?

Yes, upon admissions, our social worker will meet with you and discuss the plan of care for the resident. They will follow up on the progress throughout the care plan and will meet with you to assist with discharge planning and initiate any home services desired.

How do I admit a loved one from the hospital?

Inform the social worker at the hospital that you desire admission to Elba Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, LLC. They will contact and fax the referral to our Admissions Department

How do I admit a loved one from home?

There are certain forms that need to be completed by the primary care physician including a History and Physical, State OBRA screening, admission order and a list of medications. The physician’s office will be familiar with these forms but please contact us; we would love to assist you.

Therapy Services

Having trouble adapting at home? Elba offers outpatient Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies. Available for transitional, outpatient, and long term care patients.

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Memories Unit

Our Memories Unit is a secure female unit for those who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s / Dementia related symptoms.

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Specialty Programs

We have several Specialty Programs for all ranges of needs from Alzheimer’s to Short and Long-Term Rehab Care.

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We are confident that you and your loved ones will be comfortable here at Elba Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Schedule your tour today!

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    987 Drayton Avenue
    Elba, Alabama 36323