Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Part of Allina Health
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Golden Valley
3915 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley, MN, 55422-4298
Distance: 515 Miles
A nursing home is a facility or part of a facility that provides nursing care to five or more persons. Residents are typically older, frail (physically weak), or chronically ill (sick often or for a long time). Nursing homes are staffed 24 hours per day by trained nursing staff including licensed nurses and registered nurse aides. Most nursing homes in Minnesota are certified to participate in federal Medicare and Medicaid programs.
This provider is a licensed nursing home by the Minnesota Department of Health and is subject to periodic health and safety inspections for regulatory compliance by the Department of Health. For more information, visit the Nursing Home Report Card to view and compare the quality measure scores of Minnesota nursing homes.
This facility is primarily an intensive rehabilitation center, licensed as a skilled nursing facility for health and safety regulations but not structured as a nursing home.
The Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Transitional Rehabilitation (inpatient) Program, located in Golden Valley, is a 56-bed skilled nursing facility. The program is specially designed for intensive rehabilitation. The median age of clients is 45; the median length of stay is 88 days.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's Transitional Rehabilitation Program provides comprehensive services to assist people with disabilities in gaining greater independence. During their stay, people are required to participate in individual and group therapies and activities in order to accomplish their goals.
About This Location
Licenses and Certifications
- Medicaid Certified
- Medicare Certified
- Medicaid (Medical Assistance)
- Private health insurance
- Private pay
- 24 hours a day
Licenses, Registrations, or Certifications
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The Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP), licensed as a skilled nursing facility, serves as a bridge or transitional setting between acute care and returning to a home/community living setting.
Transitional Rehabilitation Program Care Specialties -
* Cerebrovascular Disorders - Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA), stroke, aneurysm
* Spinal Cord Injuries
* Brain Injuries
* Multiple Trauma Injuries
* Neurovascular Disorder - spinal stroke
* Neurological and Neuromuscular Disorders - Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Guillian-Barre Syndrome, Parkinson's
* Orthopedic Conditions - back and spine, joint replacements, fractures, amputations
* Deconditioned States
* IV Fluids or Antibiotic Care
* Congenital Disability
Exceptions to the above criteria are made only with the approval of the Residence Director and Medical Director and depend upon the circumstances and the availability of qualified personnel.
To qualify, participants must have an identified and approved funding source for a skilled nursing facility with all necessary approvals prior to admission.
Inpatient and ABLE program services draw from a statewide and Midwest regional area.
Other services primarily serve residents of Twin Cities greater Metropolitan area.
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
Other Services or resources
- Activities for People with Disabilities - Life Enrichment
- Adaptive Driver Training
- Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
- Assistive Technology Products
- Community Reintegration
- Driving Evaluation
- Employment Services
- Environmental Accessibility Adaptations (EAA) Vehicle Assessment
- Fitness Program
- Geriatric Services
- Housing Access Coordination
- Independent Living Skills (ILS) Training
- Individualized Home Supports (IHS)
- Mental Health Services - Brain Injury
- Positive Support Services
- Rehabilitation Therapy
- Specialist Services
- Support Group
- Transportation (Waiver)
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LL-6000.8000Skilled Nursing Facilities Definition
Health care facilities or distinct parts of hospitals that provide intensive nursing services as well as supportive services for people who require continuous inpatient care but who are not in an acute phase of an illness.
LR-1570.0500Amputee Rehabilitation Definition
Programs that provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for individuals who have lost a limb and need pre-prosthetic care which includes wound and skin care, exercises and other activities to strengthen and condition the affected area and increase mobility skills, and other types of therapy to prepare them to make effective use of a prosthetic device. Some programs may also ensure the proper fitting of a prosthetic device and provide instruction in prosthesis utilization and safety techniques. Emotional support and patient and family education services are also part of the program.
LR-1570.8400Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Definition
Programs that provide inpatient and/or outpatient rehabilitation services which may include medical/physical restoration, physical and occupational therapy, training in the use of adaptive equipment, recreational therapy, psychological counseling, patient and family education services, physical and home management assistance, vocational or school reintegration assistance and other supportive services to help individuals who have become disabled by a spinal cord injury recover from their injuries to the extent that is possible and maximize their potential for independent living.
LR-1570.8450Spine Rehabilitation Definition
Programs that provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for post-operative patients and individuals who have acute and/or chronic upper or lower back, shoulder or neck pain and discomfort, spinal injuries, disc disorders, or conditions such as osteoporosis and arthritis that affect the spine. Treatment may include bracing, injections, manipulation, soft tissue and joint mobilization and manipulation, aerobic conditioning, back care classes, aquatic therapy, and individualized exercise programs that are designed to stretch, strengthen and repair muscles that help to support the back and improve flexibility, stabilization, balance, coordination and overall fitness.
LR-1570.8500Stroke Rehabilitation Definition
Multidisciplinary programs that combine the resources of physical, occupational and speech therapists to help individuals who have been disabled by a stroke recover their mobility and ability to communicate or develop alternative approaches or skills. Therapy focuses on helping patients to recover physical strength and control; improve their balance; relearn or replace basic motor skills that are needed for dressing, shaving, housekeeping and other activities of daily living; and overcome expressive and receptive language problems or develop alternatives.