At the Mansion comprehensive rehabilitation services are available for all our residents to maximize function and decrease pain. Our partners Therapy Resources Management (TRM) are one of the largest providers of long term care rehabilitation services in the state of Rhode Island. Experienced physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech/language pathologists work with our staff to address changes in mobility, self-care, cognition, communication and swallowing, to assure the greatest level of independence and safety for our patients. We offer continuation of care through restorative programming, and provide specialty care in wound management and positioning.

The Mansion takes a team approach to rehabilitation includes Nursing, Dietary, Physicians, Therapists, Social Services and at the center of it patients and their families. Our patients progress at their own pace, based on their level of endurance, and medical complexity. The patient is the most valued member of the rehabilitation team, and we let our residents know this through our support, respect, and encouragement. We work with our clients based on their strengths, and where they are in their process.

Our team knows how easy it can be to get discouraged, or feel derailed when there are setbacks. We help our patients stay focused on the positive, and keep working compassionately, diligently, to develop physical and emotional resources to live better, and more satisfying lives.

  • Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy provides comprehensive care for patients with orthopedic injuries/reconstruction, neurogenic diseases and debilitating illnesses which impair mobility.

  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational Therapy assists patients in reaching their maximum functional potential for self-care and in activities of daily living, using therapeutic exercise, adaptive equipment, and splints.

  • Speech/Language Therapies

    Speech Language Pathology provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for speech, language, voice, cognitive, and swallowing disorders.