​​A family-focused long-term care residence

Granite House

Granite House

Granite House

Granite House

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MUSIC THERAPY

Katie Corbett of Singing Heart making a home visit. 

Go to:

                                                          


or www.singing-heart.org for more information about music therapy.

  MASSAGE THERAPY

​​Regular sessions by Denise Hamp of Capitol Touch Massage will be made available on the premises of Granite House.


  • Goal is to assist with comfort and relaxation
  • Deep tissue and myofascial release for dystonia and spasticity

Katie Corbett, MT-BC, MAMT, NICU-MT board-certified
      music therapist at Singing Heart will visit Granite House 
      and provide group music therapy to all residents.

  • Leads classes in music, art, and dance for adults with            developmental disabilities
  • Goals: to provide cognitive stimulation and leisure experience
  •  Increase movement, awareness of body and environment
  •  Increase social interaction and awareness of others

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LOWER LEVEL BATHING SUITE:

  • Ceiling lift and changing area
  • 72” Sani-Jet pipeless hydrotherapy tub (Jan 2019)
  • Six jets of warm water to ease tight muscles
  • Promotes range of motion and relaxation
  • Roll-in shower: alternative to tub or bed baths



LOWER LEVEL THERAPY ROOM:

  • Raised mat table, 48” x 96”
  • Ceiling lift for transfers to and from wheelchair
  • Tilt-table for standing weight-bearing
  • Location for additional resident-owned equipment 

PHYSICAL and OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

  • Initiated by a physician-ordered plan and visiting therapist
  • Staff will be trained by therapist to continue treatment  
  • Passive range of motion for knees, hips, shoulders, hands
  • Weight-bearing exercise to maintain positive bone density

   THERAPY

.All of the residents of Granite House will have access to therapy equipment as approved by their physician. Equipment already owned by residents may be brought to the house for their use as approved for space limitations. Physical and occupational therapy will be initiated by a physician-ordered plan and a visiting therapist, who will train the staff in proper maintenance of range of motion exercises.

Eva- therapy dog in training.