Long Term Care FAQ
FAQ About Long-Term Care for People with Severe Disabilities
Q. Where does Good Shepherd provide long-term care?
Q. Who can receive long-term care at Good Shepherd?
A. Individuals 12 years of age or older who have severe disabilities may receive long-term care at Good Shepherd. Primary diagnoses include (but are not limited to) cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, quadriplegia and multiple sclerosis.
Q. What type of care is provided at Good Shepherd's long-term care facilities?
A. Good Shepherd provides 24-hour rehabilitative and restorative nursing care, physical, speech and occupational therapy, pastoral care, social work services, recreational therapy and access to state-of-the-art assistive technology.
Q. When did Good Shepherd begin providing long-term care for individuals with disabilities?
A. Good Shepherd has been providing care for people with disabilities since 1908. Learn more about Good Shepherd's history.
Q. Is there a waiting list for Good Shepherd's long-term care facilities?
A. Yes. Good Shepherd's expert long-term care is in demand. For more information about long-term care at Good Shepherd, please call 1-888-44-REHAB (73422).