Long Term Care FAQ

FAQ About Long-Term Care for People with Severe Disabilities

A. Good Shepherd provides long-term care for individuals with severe disabilities at the Conrad W. Raker Center in Allentown and the Good Shepherd Home-Bethlehem.

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.

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.

A. Good Shepherd has been providing care for people with disabilities since 1908. Learn more about Good Shepherd's history.

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).