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Avamere Transitional Care and Rehab - Boise
1001 South Hilton St.
Boise, ID 83705


Senior Rehabilitation in Boise

Avamere Transitional Health Care and Rehabilitation – Boise is proud of the gains our residents make with our comprehensive rehabilitation approach.  We are committed to the latest and most advanced technologies and treatment modalities available. Our goal is to treat our residents and patients in the best possible way so they can maximize their highest level of independence.

Therapy services are available seven days a week to meet your rehabilitation needs. Our clinicians have extensive experience and expertise. We specialize in the treatment of a variety of orthopedic conditions, neurological diagnoses and medically complex patients. Individual appointment times can be arranged in our department to best meet your needs.Mature Man Working With a Physical Therapist

The newly remodeled therapy gym space has a private speech language pathology office for cognitive, language and dysphasia training. Our occupational therapists have a full kitchen, shower, and bathroom for training of activities of daily living. Our open gym space provides excellent access to our exercise equipment and modalities (ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and short wave diathermy) to help you during your recovery period. Our treatment programs are designed around our patient’s needs and goals.

When can Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Help?

Physical Therapists (PTs) are experts in restoring lost movement and function that result from an injury or illness. PTs work with our residents on:

  • Basic mobility, like getting in and out of bed
  • Balance and fall-risk reduction
  • Walking and wheelchair mobility
  • Strength and restoring lost movement
  • Exercise treatment plans

Occupational Therapists (OTs) help correct or compensate problems with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) that resulted from an illness or injury. OTs work with our residents on:

  • Mobility needed for functional tasks like kitchen activities or dressing.
  • Muscle strength and joint range of motion to be able to regain self-care ability
  • Logical thought processes for movement and activity planning, sensation, vision
  • Dressing, grooming, hygiene, meal preparations, other household tasks

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) help our residents who have cognitive, communication, and swallowing disorders resulting from illness or injury. SLPs work with our residents on:

  • Language ability and cognitive retraining
  • Alternative communication strategies
  • Swallowing ability and diet textures to prevent aspiration