Success Stories

August 2021

Lois M. was admitted to Regency Park of Jefferson on July 06, 2021 under the care of Dr. Robert Conner. During the course of her stay, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy began to identify Lois’ unique needs to tailor a specialized treatment plan to successfully transition her back home. The therapy team worked diligently with Lois to restore her strength and mobility. In return, Lois did a great job working with each discipline! On August 24, Lois successfully discharged to home. The rehabilitation length of stay was 50 days. 

Functional Outcome Level Upon Admission: 5.1

Functional Outcome Level Upon Discharge: 8.9

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May 2021

Ralph Phelps was admitted to Regency Park of Jefferson on April 15, 2021 under the care
of Dr. Robert Conner. During the course of his stay, Occupational, Physical and Speech
Therapies were able to identify Ralph’s unique needs and tailor a specialized treatment
plan to ensure that Ralph was successfully able to return home. We are happy to say that
on May 31st, after a lot of hard work with our therapy team, Ralph was able to go home! He
is doing well there and happy to be back home.

Functional Outcome Level Upon Admission: 2.7
Functional Outcome Level Upon Discharge: 7.0

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April 2021

Steven Russell was admitted to Regency Park of Jefferson on February 24, 2021 under
the care of Dr. Robert Conner. During the course of the stay, Steven worked with
Occupational, Physical and Speech therapies. Our therapy team at Regency Park was
able to efficiently and effectively identify Steven’s unique needs and tailor a specialized
treatment plan to ensure that Steven was successful in future endeavors.
On April 2, 2021, Steven was discharged to long term care.

Functional Outcome Level Upon Admission: 4.7
Functional Outcome Level Upon Discharge: 9.0

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March 2021

Matthew Bradley came to Regency Park Nursing &  Rehab Center of Jefferson for rehabilitation on his left  ankle/foot after a surgery. Matthew was very motivated  to return home to his apartment to take care of his dog.  He worked very hard with physical and occupational  therapy to regain his strength, balance, transfers and  walking abilities. When Matthew was first admitted to  Regency Park, he was non-weight bearing on his left foot  for 6 weeks. Once that weight restriction was lifted,  Matthew was able to return home in just 1.5 weeks!! We  appreciate being able to work with such a wonderful and  determined patient. Everyone at Regency Park wishes  Matthew the best on his future endeavors!! Thank you for  choosing us, Matthew, it was a pleasure serving you! 

Functional Outcome Level Upson Admission – 4.8 Functional Outcome Level Upon Completion – 7.8 

ADL’s Upon Admission – 5.7 

ADL’s Upon Discharge – 8.7 

Functional Mobility Upon Admission – 3.8 

Functional Mobility Upon Discharge – 6.8 

Shirley came to Regency Park of Jefferson after encouragement from her family. They wanted  her to be in a safer atmosphere, and not have to worry about taking care of her home by herself.  Shirley says, “I’m happy here. I didn’t want to go to a nursing home- none of us do- but it was the  best thing for me. I’m 90 years old and they take good care of me here. My nephew doesn’t live  far, so he visits often and my niece lives in Seattle and makes it out when she can. My family told  me I needed to move out of my house after my husband passed away, so I came here and get  good care. I don’t have to worry about things like I did when I was living alone.” 

Shirley, resident of 2 1/2 years (October 2020)

Janice came to Regency Park of Jefferson after a brief hospital stay in April. She worked with our therapy staff and received physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Through working with therapy Janice has gained strength, improved her balance, and has learned some safety tips to be able to go home after staying just 15 days with us. Janice’s husband explained to us that, “She has improved and is doing so much better than where she was at.” Janice is excited to get home with her husband. We wish Janice the best of luck and are so happy we had the pleasure of working with her!

(April 2020)