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Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers are part of the landscape of long term care. No longer the nursing home of the past, today's nursing and rehabilitation centers are professional assisted healthcare not available at home or in the hospital.

Today, nursing and rehabilitation centers deliver more sophisticated medical services and technologies like dialysis, respiratory care services and rehabilitation - to young and old - providing exceptional quality care that meets the challenges of a rapidly aging society and the needs of younger people with disabilities. There are currently 1.5 million people nationwide receiving professional assisted healthcare in nursing homes - 100,000 of whom are right here in Illinois. Long term care is healthcare for more people everyday. They're people you know. People like you. People who deserve a safety net.

Today's nursing homes have many special features. They provide personal care and rehabilitation for the chronically ill and disabled, meeting not only their residents' physical needs, but their social and emotional needs as well. Illinois centers have a wide range of social services in addition to the many different kinds of recreation activities they offer. Nursing homes provide a wide range of services. For example, skilled care nursing facilities are staffed to make high-tech nursing services available to people who are recovering from short hospital stays. Often, Medicare will help pay for a portion of these services. Other nursing homes provide long term residential services, maximizing resident quality of life and independence through restorative care, activities, and assistance in the activities of daily living


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