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Everything feels quite overwhelming right now. There’s too much change at once. Emotions are running high. And you have all sorts of questions.
Deciding to seek skilled nursing care is a hard decision.
But it can also be the very best decision.
When all of us — you, your family, staff, administrators — work together to care for you, we move you toward a healthier, happier life.
We call this “living forward.”
Our goal is simple: get you better and get you home. Whether you need rehab after a stroke, a fracture, a surgery, or any other reason, we’re ready to help you get back on your feet and get back to living your life.
With your input, we develop a personalized care plan that we update regularly as you progress. And we provide all the support and therapy you need to feel better and live independently again. We’ll help you transition home and check in to make sure you’re still doing well in the days and weeks that follow.
Skilled Nursing Care / Long-Term Care
When you’re living with a prolonged illness or chronic condition, you might need additional care to live safely and feel your best. We’ll provide all the treatment, therapy, and support you need. And you can rest easy knowing that skilled, experienced nurses are mere steps away at all times, night or day.
When you choose Kadima, you can focus on feeling good and living your life on your terms. We’ll take care of everything else.
Services and Amenities
"I'M SLOWLY GETTING BACK TO NORMAL LIFE"
“It’s difficult to explain how much Kadima at Pottstown has helped me. Before I came here, I couldn’t even get out of bed on my own. Now I can get out of bed, I’m stronger, I can take care of myself… they helped me with everything. It’s a smaller facility with high-tech equipment and care. The strong medical care, the compassionate staff (nurses, housekeeping, dietary, etc) and physical therapy have turned me around. I’m slowly getting back to normal life.”
Resident at Kadima Rehabilitation and Nursing at Pottstown
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer private rooms?
Yes, all of our residences offer private room. They are available on a first-come-first-served basis, unless there’s a true clinical need.
When can family members visit?
Friends and family are welcome to visit at any time. Our doors are open 24/7. This is your home, so they’re welcome to come on in.
What is the food like?
We offer 3 well-balanced meals per day and 2 snacks per day. A sample day’s menu might include a breakfast of pancakes, sausage patties, and coffee; a lunch of pot roast with gravy, roasted potatoes, glazed carrots, and apple crisp; and a dinner of corn chowder, tuna salad sandwiches, and a fruit cocktail.
Will someone help me get dressed?
Yes, you’ll have all the help you need — with dressing, eating, moving, anything — throughout the day.
Can I bring my own furniture?
The rooms are furnished, but you’re welcome to bring items to make your space feel like home.
Which doctor would I see?
Every residence has a full-time physician on staff. Several specialty physicians visit often as well, including optometrists, podiatrists, and dentists. If you’d like to continue seeing your own doctors, they can come visit you or we can transport you to appointments at their offices.
Can I stay in my room for meals?
Absolutely, if that’s your preference.
Can I lock my door?
The door to your room will not have a lock — that’s simply so we can help you in an emergency. However, you can close your door whenever you’d like. We also use curtains and other methods to help maintain your dignity and privacy at all times.
Are there activities?
Yes, every day there are numerous activities that you’re welcome to join — including puzzles, trivia, games, worship, music, and daily exercise. There are also regular outings such as scenic drives and trips to the movie theater. And we’re very open to residents’ requests to add certain activities.
Will I get therapy?
Of course. One of our primary goals here at Kadima is to make sure you get the care you need to feel good and live as independently as possible. Therapy is an essential part of that care.
How do I get help if I need it?
Simply press the call button next to your bed. Help is always just a click away.
How can I set up a tour?
You can set up a tour by calling or emailing a Kadima residence. An appointment isn’t required, but we do recommend it to make sure that you’ll be able to speak with all the relevant leaders and staff members (e.g., administrator, social worker).
What is your admissions process?
Our first step is to visit you in your current environment so we can evaluate you clinically. If we feel that we can meet your needs and goals, we’ll invite you to join us. After that, we get started on the paperwork, help you plan your move, and prepare to welcome you to the Kadima family.
Do you have a memory care/dementia/Alzheimer’s unit?
Our homes don’t have secure memory care units. However, the doors of every residence are locked, and a wander management system ensures the safety of residents who have memory loss and confusion.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and many insurance plans. If you call or email a Kadima residence, we can check whether we accept your particular insurance plan.