The Redies Center for Rehabilitation and Healthy Living

Life is unpredictable and sometimes it can throw you a curve ball. If you find yourself in a situation where you need the assistance of a licensed nurse or therapist to help you recover from an injury or illness, we can help.

EHM Senior Solutions was one of the first organizations in the area to create a dedicated program specific to this type of high intensity care. The Redies Center for Rehabilitation and Healthy Living is a renowned short term care program designed to return individuals who are recovering from an injury or illness to their home as soon as possible. Contact Us »

The Center was designed to be both therapeutic and responsive to the needs of our guests.  When our guests are not completing therapy and educational sessions, they enjoy many amenities including:
  • Well-appointed Private and Shared Suites 
  • In-Room Television and Wi-Fi Internet Access
  • Cozy Lounge and Blossom Café
  • Enclosed Wellness Courtyard with Walking Paths and Gardens
  • Space for Spiritual Reflection 
  • Beauty and Barber Services
  • Resource Library and Business Center

Our spacious 22,000 s.f. therapy suite comprises unique therapy and gym areas that have been carefully designed in order to produce optimal outcomes. We also feature a functional kitchen and laundry area to support these vital return-to-home activities, a warm water aquatic therapy pool, outdoor therapy course, and state of the art biofeedback therapy equipment.

Highly specialized physicians, nurses, therapists, dieticians, social workers, and support personnel work together with each patient, combining high intensity rehabilitation therapies with outstanding clinical care in an environment focused on your healing and recovery. Our focus is to get you home.

Our discharge planning team includes nursing and social work services to ensure that when you return home, your comprehensive care plan includes home health care or outpatient therapy, supporting your continued care needs.

What is Post-acute or Transitional Care?

Post-acute or Transitional Care is defined as comprehensive inpatient care designed for someone who has an acute illness, injury or exacerbation of a disease process. Treatment is rendered immediately after, or instead of, a hospital admission to address one or more specific medical conditions or to administer one or more technically complex treatments, in the context of a person’s underlying long-term condition and overall situation.

The focus of this type of skilled nursing care is to “transition” the patient as quickly as possible back to their previous level of functioning and independence.

Post-acute care requires the coordinated services of an interdisciplinary team including physicians, nurses, therapists and other relevant professional disciplines, who are trained and knowledgeable to assess and manage these specific conditions and perform the necessary procedures. Post-acute care is provided as part of a specifically defined program.

Post-acute care is generally more intensive than traditional nursing care and less than acute care. It requires frequent patient assessments and review of the clinical treatment plan for a defined period of time until the condition is stabilized or a predetermined treatment course is completed.

Our Comprehensive Services

Complex Medical and Rehabilitation Services

  • Advanced Intravenous Therapy: Central/Peripheral
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Electrolyte and Replacement Therapy
  • Enteral and Parenteral Therapy (feeding tubes)
  • Infectious Disease
  • LVAD Life Vest
  • LSVT Big and Loud® therapy
  • Lymphedema wraps
  • Long Term Antibiotics
  • PICC Line Care
  • Pleurex Catheters
  • Post Cardiac Surgery
  • Respiratory and Oxygen Therapy
  • Stroke and Neurological Injuries 
  • Tracheostomy and Respiratory Care
  • Wound and Ostomy Care and Management
  • Wound Vac Negative Pressure

Intensive Rehabilitation Programs

  • Head and Spinal Injuries
  • Hip Fractures
  • Joint Replacements
  • Knee Replacements
  • Orthopedic Injuries and Post-surgical Recovery
  • Stroke and Neurological Rehabilitation
  • E-Stim Therapy
  • Aquatic Therapy

Management Programs and Services

  • Adaptive Equipment
  • Geriatric Assessments
  • Heart Failure Protocols
  • Pain Management
  • Patient and family education
  • Quality Assurance Programs
  • Therapy to Home Program
  • Wheelchair Mobility

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Insurance Information

Medicare

Medicare Part A will pay for care in a nursing home for up to 100 days if the care that is required is considered “skilled”. In order to be considered “skilled,” nursing care must be ordered by a physician and delivered by, or under the supervision of a professional such as a physical therapist, registered nurse or licensed practical nurse. 

Care must be delivered on a daily basis. but there are a number of requirements that must be met before the nursing home stay will be covered. If you qualify, then Medicare may cover expenses related to your nursing care in a skilled nursing facility for the first 100 days as follows: For days 1 to 20 of your stay during the benefit period, you pay $0. For days 21 to 100 of your stay, you pay a coinsurance that is set by the government.  Medicare generally does not cover long-term care stays in a nursing home.

The key to understanding Medicare is that it provides reimbursement care for a specific time period and is not intended to be utilized for long-term care coverage. The maximum benefit period is 100 days, but your medical condition may not qualify you to receive this full length of coverage.

Medicare benefits apply under the following circumstances:

  • The patient spends three consecutive days in an acute care hospital, not including the day of discharge.
  • A physician certifies that the patient requires skilled or rehabilitative care.

Services typically covered by Medicare include:

  • Patient room
  • Meals, including therapeutic diet
  • Nursing care
  • Rehabilitation services and therapies
  • Medication
  • Medical supplies
  • Use of adaptive equipment and appliances
  • Ancillary services, such as laboratory tests and x-rays

Other Insurances

We participate in a variety of additional private insurance plans including: 

Medicare, Medicare HMO’s, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, HAP, Aetna, Priority Health, AARP, Auto insurance and more.  

Each plan is different and coverage amounts may vary greatly. We are happy to sit down with you and review your plan to determine your insurance eligibility and coverage.

Ready to learn more about the Redies Center?

If a physician has suggested that you may benefit from skilled nursing and rehabilitation care, give us a call at 734-429-9401 and we will be happy to discuss your situation with you in detail.

The Redies Center for Rehabilitation and Healthy Living
440 West Russell Street
Saline, Michigan 48176
Main Phone: 734-429-9401