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- Exercise may protect against future emotional stress, study shows
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Elderfit In Home Rehab
“This suggests that the beneficial influence of physical activity on the brain and cognition is not solely based on decreasing vascular risk factors,” says researcher Paula Iso-Markku from the University of Helsinki.
ElderFit therapists are ready to help you get exercising!!! Call us!!!
ElderFit wants to congratulate Paul Klever, Chuck Fleming and their entire staff on their move to a new location. Charles House – Sunrise is located at 7511 Sunrise Road in Chapel Hill. Members from the ElderFit team who attended the open house included Bonnie Joyner and Craig DeBussey (shown below with Paul Klever). They will begin operation at the new center on August 31.
Those who would like more information on this outstanding adult daycare center can visit their website, www.charleshouse.org
June is Alzheimers and Brain Awareness Month!!
Follow this link to find 10 ways to love your brain!!
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The therapists at Elderfit are always happy to discuss our services with prospective patients, their family members and referral sources prior to the initial evaluation. We work to ensure a relationship that meets everyone’s needs. Elderfit can also direct clients to additional programs within Orange and Durham counties which help support health and wellness. Contact us today.
Many seniors would benefit from physical therapy services to help them regain and retain their functional independence and state of wellness. For those who do not meet the “homebound” criteria necessary for reimbursement of home care services, receiving skilled physical therapy can be difficult. Lack of transportation or the distractions and fast pace of an out-patient practice may prevent access to high quality, effective services.
Elderfit is a therapy practice developed to focus on the wellness and rehabilitation needs of seniors in Orange, Durham, Eastern Alamance, and Northern Chatam counties. We provide individualized skilled therapy services in your home that are reimbursable under Medicare Part B as long as they meet the necessary criteria.
In Home rehab is available throughout the country – for more information on locations outside North Carolina click here.
Please come visit the therapists of ElderFit In Home Rehab upcoming Health Fairs. We would be happy to tell you about our services and answer any questions!
- Accessibility to services otherwise unavailable to or ineffective for some seniors.
- Convenience, eliminating the need to obtain and wait for transportation.
- A comfortable and private atmosphere for rehabilitation that enhances adherance to personalized programs.
- The opportunity for seniors to improve their health and well-being.
- Experienced, caring staff who are dedicated to helping seniors regain their mobility and independence.