At Treviso Transitional Care the health and well-being of you or your loved-one is of the utmost importance to us. To better suit your needs, we have compiled a list of resources designed to provide you with valuable information on selecting a rehabilitation hospital and working toward your rehabilitation goals.
Our goal is to help you gather as much information as possible to better understand your health care concerns. This page lists some popular health care resources that are available to you.
Brain Injury Association of America
Brain Injury Network of Dallas
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
National Parkinson’s Foundation
National Spinal Cord Association
alz.org – Online information service to help with the care and planning of patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Disease Prevention Information:
cdc.gov – What you should know and consumer updates on disease and prevention.
chapinc.org – Community health accreditation program for home health care and hospice services.
NHPCO.org – National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization provides educational information about care at the end of life.
Making the Health Care Decision:
www.thecarecommunity.com – This site is a valuable resource for families who need help in choosing placement with assisted living, home health, hospice or traditional long-term skilled nursing care.
medicare.gov – Medicare questions, rates and Nursing Home and Home Health Care Compare.
medicare.com/caregiver-resources – This site has information on enrollment, billing, drug plans, financial issues, finding nursing homes, AARP features and more.
Cms.hhs.gov/Medicaid/eligibility – This link helps identify eligibility and coverage.
Ahcancal.org – American Health Care Association provides information about skilled nursing and assisted living providers, state affiliations and resources for consumers.
ahcancal.org – Information about providers, state affiliations and resources for consumers.
The Oley Foundation:
www.oley.org – The Oley Foundation provides information and support to home parenteral (I.V.) and enteral (tube feeding) nutrition patients to help them live fuller lives. Click here for patient, family and clinician resources.