“After leaving Reading Hospital, I was sent to The Highlands' new short-term rehabilitation. I want to express my appreciation for this addition to The Highlands that offers another level of care for residents and the community. My week in rehab was well spent as I found it so convenient to have nursing staff, support staff, physical & occupational therapists, along with service personnel on board. And best of all, every one of those people was supportive, caring and skilled. I would highly recommend The Highlands for short-term rehabilitation. I found the private room and physical setup very pleasing and found the staff very attentive to my needs. We set a goal for being there and being discharged, and we all worked towards this goal. My time there was well spent and provided the assistance I needed to become independent again. I thank you for the foresight to establish this addition to The Highlands.”
During this COVID-19 crisis, donations to the Jay Rosenson matching grant challenge were made. We would like to share that due to the generosity of Jay Rosenson who matched $1.00 for $1.00 up to $50,000 in support of employees and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) The Highlands raised $121,760.
The Highlands will be hosting a virtual town hall meeting for Personal Care and Skilled Nursing. The purpose of the virtual town hall is to provide you with updated information about how The Highlands is continuing to prepare for the coronavirus and to answer questions you may have. The virtual town hall will be held on Thursday, April 2, 2020, at 2:30 in the afternoon.