Park Terrace Care Center



New York State Certified Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
Park Terrace Care Center

Welcome to Park Terrace Care Center

Park Terrace Care Center, a 200 bed facility providing 24 hour comprehensive medical, nursing and rehabilitative care.
Park Terrace Care Center provides cutting-edge rehabilitative care for adults recovering from a traumatic brain injury. We also have a specialized disorder of consciousness (DoC) recovery program. We also provide both short and long term rehabilitation as well as dementia care. Our services extend to both the geriatric adult who may require 24 hour skilled nursing care as well as adults of all ages who need intensive rehabilitation to return to community living.

comprehensive medical, nursing and rehabilitative care

Families and prospective residents are encouraged to visit our facility to review the services provided.

Our Services

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N.Y. State Certified Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation
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Short and Long Term Rehabilitation
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24 Hour Nursing Care

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YES! In fact, research indicates that brain injury patients have better outcomes with family involvement than without. Although families are best left to allow therapy sessions be more private, they are encouraged to provide support during non-therapy time.

First and foremost: adjustment. Both the Resident and family will need to be provided time, patience, and open-mindedness as they adjust from hospital-based care to subacute rehabilitation. You will be afforded the opportunity to meet the nursing and rehabilitation staff. Residents are expected to meet rehabilitation goals throughout their tenure in rehabilitation. It is a process that is different for everyone as every brain injury is different and every Resident responds differently to rehabilitation.

Yes. A medical director is on staff while on-site consultations involving Physiatry (a doctor in rehabilitation medicine), Psychiatry, Pulmonology, Wound Care, Podiatry, Ophthalmology, and Dentistry are available.

Unlike a hospital setting, residents of the Certified TBI program are expected to be out-of-bed and dressed each morning. Getting dressed in clothes that fit and are in the style of the resident improves comfort and self-esteem. Casual, loose fitting shirts and pants as well as undergarments, socks, belts, slippers, etc. are all needed. Clothes with easy pull zippers, snaps, and elastic waist bands are preferred. The Resident’s name will be labeled by the facility on all clothing items and clothing can be laundered through a facility-provided laundry service. Families are encouraged to provide tasteful personalized items for the Resident’s rooms to help ease comfort. Family photos are often helpful for orientation and provide assurance.

Discharge offers many options. Of course, the goal is always independence in the community. Some Residents are discharged with homecare and many are also discharged into outpatient rehabilitation programs. For those residents with more chronically disabling deficits, or those with fewer supportive resources in the community, the long-term, or “Extended” TBI program is an option.

No. In fact, residents in the certified TBI program generally get the same amount of rehabilitation they receive in acute rehabilitation settings. The term “subacute” only refers to the longer duration of time and a lesser severity of medical symptoms compared to the “acute” stage, or onset, of injury.

Most services are paid for either by Medicare, Medicaid, HMO’s or thru private pay. We have a full time Medicaid Coordinator who will work with you sorting out all the paper work to determine if the resident is eligible for Medicaid & to do a Medicaid Application.

Residents continue the program as long as they continue to achieve rehabilitation goals for up to one year

Park Terrace Care Center’s Brain Injury program is “Certified” by the New York State Department of Health, providing intensive rehabilitation in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Cognitive Therapy to brain injury patients as well as daily brain-injury-related programming such as memory/orientation groups, various cognitive and recreational activities, yoga, and art therapy. The program is meant to be a subacute intermediate rehabilitation phase between the acute hospital phase and community re-entry.

Patients qualify when they have structural non-degenerative brain damage and they are medically and psychiatrically stable. All patients must be 16 years or older. Generally, patients are referred to Park Terrace Care Center’s subacute Certified TBI Unit from acute rehabs in a hospital setting.

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There are two distinct levels of care. The subacute program is certified by the New York State Department of Health as a specialized inpatient rehabilitation program for brain injured individuals.
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Our short term rehabilitation program is geared toward individuals who require intense rehabilitative services over a short period of time enabling them to return home.

To schedule a visit, please call our admissions Office, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or click here to send us an email.

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