Short-term rehab and long-term skilled nursing care.
The Gardens at Scranton for Nursing and Rehabilitation is a 139-bed skilled nursing facility in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Our center offers short-term rehabilitation, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy as well as long-term care. Our amenities include a brick fireplace, deck and snack shop.
24-Hour RN Care
Palliative Support Services
Wound Vac/Wound Therapy
Nautilus Therapy Equipment
Electrical E-Stim, Diathermy and Ultrasound
The staff and residents are extremely friendly. The therapy department did a wonderful job getting me my life back.
The staff is wonderful. Nursing is competent, friendly, and caring. Therapy is dedicated to improving the lives of those injured.
The workers, they are nice and kind to the patients. I couldn’t walk when I first got here.
But with the help of therapy and nursing I can walk again.
Taking a Stand: 6 Fall Prevention Strategies for Seniors
We’ve all seen it, you know, the old commercial where a senior falls in her home and cries out that she’s fallen and can’t get up. So many recognize the commercial that today that line is practically a punch line. However, the reality is, falling is no laughing matter – especially for seniors. Did you know, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
20 percent of all falls cause serious injury, most often head injuries or hip fractures.
Each year, 2.8 million seniors receive emergency room treatment as a result of falls.
More than 800,00 seniors are hospitalize...
Respite Care: Because Caregivers Need a Vacation Too!
Well, Summer is finally here! For many families, that means preparing for fun-filled vacations and relaxing getaways. But if you are one of the thousands of caregivers tasked with caring for an aging loved one, a vacation or weekend getaway, may seem impossible or out-of-reach.
Unfortunately, it’s all too common for caregivers to feel overwhelmed by the emotional and physical strain of the responsibility of taking the best care of their loved ones. While you as a caregiver may be reluctant to admit you could use a break, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to be in this alone ...
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Mother’s Day: 5 Fantastic Ways to Celebrate with Your Senior Mom
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Treat her to a manicure: A manicure or pedicure is a thoughtful gift idea for your mother or grandmother, especia...
Deborah Everett came to The Gardens at Scranton following multiple fractures resulting in her having decreased mobility and inability to care for herself.
Deborah and her therapy team developed a plan to restore her strength, ambulation, and ability to complete ADLs. Her goal was to return to her personal care home.
After several weeks of therapy, nursing care, and self-determination, Deborah was able to return to her personal care home. She returned a few weeks later to visit with her favorite therapists, saying, ”I wouldn’t have been able to walk without the therapy team. I love th...
Ann Walsh came to The Gardens at Scranton following a long and difficult hospitalization. Ann had been experiencing weakness, decreased endurance, difficulty with ambulation, and required assistance to complete activities of daily living (ADL).
Working with Ann, our therapy teams developed a comprehensive rehabilitation plan with strategic objectives – our goal was to help Ann return home to her beloved husband.
We are proud to say that with much hard work and her “can-do” spirit, Ann achieved her recovery goal and has returned home!
“Therapy helped me achieve my goal of going home...
Carol Martin came to The Gardens at Scranton following surgical repair of a fractured leg. Carol had been experiencing decreased strength and endurance, difficulty with ambulation and required assistance to complete activities of daily living (ADL).
Working with Carol, our therapy teams developed an comprehensive rehabilitation plan with strategic objectives – our goal was to help Carol return home safely.
We are proud to say that Carol has met all her rehab goals and has returned home!
Carol’s commitment and can-do spirit was an inspiration to us all and a reminder of what one can accompl...
When there’s a will, there’s a way…
When Ronald Burdick arrived at The Gardens at Scranton he had been experiencing decreased levels of endurance and balance as well as an inability to complete activities of daily living (ADL), decreased ambulation, difficulty negotiating steps, and an unfortunate history of falls.
Ronald’s goal was to return home to his wife with restored functional ability and improved confidence.
During his rehab stay, Ronald worked with his therapists using restorative, compensatory, and adaptive techniques to improve his level of function in the above ...
Happy CNA Week!!!! The eyes and ears for your Charge Nurses!!! Thank you for all that you do ...especially for giving love to your Residents, long term and short term each and every day you enter The Gardens 💗💗💗thank God for y'all!. Front line staff are the nucleus of the community 💗😷🙏😍
CMA'S truly are underpaid for the work they do. I worked as a CNA over a summer many years ago as my summer job from teaching. We did so many things to help out with the proper care for the patients in the nursing home I worked in. Main priority was to treat each person with respect and care you would want for yourself. Many nights when the light went on from a patient's room, we, the CNA'S were the first to respond. Thank you for the work done CNA'S.....❤
I've worked with CNA's my entire career. They truly are underpaid. Such hard workers. I have a ton of respect for them!