Our Therapy

Our Mission is to offer housing, health care, and rehabilitation services that provide a high quality of life for the people we serve.

Quality and Commitment

In-Patient or Outpatient Therapy

Jenkins Living Center has always been known for its excellent service. Therapy is an integral part of the service that focuses on the patients’ well being. Jenkins has made a strong commitment to ensuring high quality care with the addition of experienced in-house therapy staff. The Jenkins Living Center rehabilitation program has been customized to meet the needs of Jenkins Living Center residents, staff and outpatients. Experienced therapists work as a team to develop personalized treatment plans to promote development of functional skills. Comprehensive evaluations and use of innovative techniques help individuals achieve optimal independence. At Jenkins Living Center, the staff takes the time to explore all options available to help patients achieve optimal independence.Learn more about Jenkins Therapy Rehabilitation Programs & the J-Club!. For more information about Jenkins Living Center’s Therapy Department, contact Therapy Manager, Andrea Vosberg, at (605) 886-5777 or e-mail her at andreav@jenkinslivingcenter.com

Jenkins staff specializes in the treatment of patients with:

  • Total Joint Replacements
  • Strokes
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Amputations
  • Low Vision
  • Alzheimer’s Disease

Jenkins Living Center has focused on becoming a leader in the rehabilitation of the older adult by using experience rehabilitation staff including:

  • Physical Therapy – working to increase mobility, strength, coordination and balance including teaching walking with assistive devices (canes, walkers, prosthesis)

  • Occupational Therapy – working to increase independence with activities of daily living (dressing, grooming, cooking, etc.) through purposeful and meaningful activities.

  • Speech-Language Pathology – working to increase a person’s ability to understand others and express themselves when communicating and also addressing the strength and coordination of the mouth, face, and throat for eating and swallowing.