Personalized Physical Rehabilitation for Hawthorne Residents
Individuals recuperating from a medical event such as surgery or illness regain their independence and functionality at The Grove at Valhalla. Every patient’s personal needs are addressed in a well-coordinated personal plan of care. Our multidisciplinary team works together to optimize each individual’s overall health, using progressive technology and strong fundamental rehabilitation techniques.
At the same time, subacute rehab patients enjoy our intimate, home-like atmosphere and the convenience of amenities such as complimentary WiFi, cable, and on-site beauty care.
Call us today at 914-681-8666 to discuss how affordable short term care can be.
To assure the best possible outcomes, patients benefit from:
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy delivered six days a week, as needed
- Large Rehabilitation Gym with Cutting-Edge Equipment
- Highly Trained Rehabilitation Personnel
- Accelerated Care Plus
- Comprehensive Discharge Planning and Post-Discharge Follow-up
Our Specialized Rehabilitation Expertise Encompasses:
- Total Hip and Knee Replacements
- Status Post Fractures
- Stroke Recovery
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Cardiac Care
Our goal-oriented approach is to get you back home to leading the life you love in Hawthorne, as quickly as possible. Located about 10 minutes from Hawthorne, home will never be far away during a stay at The Grove at Valhalla:
Resources for residents of Hawthorne:
- Activities After Hip Replacement
- Town of Mount Pleasant Office of Elder Americans
- Directory of Social Adult Day Services Programs
- Understanding Wills and Estate Law
Hawthorne is a hamlet in the town of Mount Pleasant, located in Westchester County, New York. The village was originally known as Hammond’s Mills, but changed its name to Unionville after the Revolutionary War. The name changed once again in the 1900s after Mother Mary Alphonsa (born Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, daughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne), opened the Rosary Hill Home for those suffering from incurable cancer. The Gate of Heaven Cemetery, located in Hawthorne, is the final resting place of Babe Ruth, James Cagney, Ernesto Lecuona, and many other notable people. As of 2010, Hawthorne had a population of 4,586 residents.