Kamion was admitted to Friendship Village after suffering from seizures, which led to deconditioning and poor balance. Learn how our team helped him with a personalized plan of care that included Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy, and how he made significant gains each day. 💪
Kamion, 46, was admitted to the hospital on 3/23 following several seizures within a 2-day span. Upon admission to the hospital, he was severely confused, unable to answer questions, and was nonverbal at times. He suffered global deconditioning and poor balance at the time of his discharge from the hospital on 3/27 making him a high fall risk and unsafe to return home independently. He was referred and admitted to Friendship Village on the same day.
Plan of Care
Upon arrival, our rehab team immediately evaluated Kamion for Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy. His plan of care consisted of strengthening, balance intervention, safety education, gait training, ADL training and cognition intervention to ensure he would make a quick rehabilitation to return home safely by himself. Kamion made significant gains each day and was always excited to go to therapy following breakfast each morning. He made several friends in the therapy gym, and often created competition amongst other residents.
Kamion discharged home independently on 4/21
“Y’all have been awesome.”
About Friendship Village
At Friendship Village, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and more are all housed in one friendly and welcoming community. We embrace every resident and patient as a person FIRST. By offering rehabilitation and skilled services along with multiple living and life care options, Friendship Village is ready to serve all the needs of those who stay and reside in our community with all our hearts, as we have for more than 40 years.
All Your Needs. All Our Hearts.
For more information, visit trousdalelc.org/friendshipvillage/ or call: (937) 837-5581