“I was at a facility in Chicago before and it was remodeled and very nice. And when I saw Kenwoodview I thought, oh I am not going to like this, this is not modern. I got into the building and you could just feel the warmth. It was a different feeling than in Chicago, it was more of a caring. And I liked the way all the staff talked to you and said hello to you, they don’t do that much in bigger places. I think I enjoy that more than anything.
I am much more independent here. If I don’t want to eat supper, I just have my grandson bring me my food, if I want to go down to Braums and get an ice cream or a vanilla coke I can do that, or if I want to go to CVS I can do that. I get to go watch my grandchildren play soccer right down the street. You just have so much more freedom here and they treat you like you’re a human being. Like you can achieve these things if you want to. I like how they try to help you decide and not push it on you.
My rehab is going very well I think. I have gotten more rehab here than I ever did in Chicago. I have come further, I am doing more, I am strengthening my legs and my arms. And If I need something they get it ordered for me like a brace or different things. They help me achieve my goals and my therapists are wonderful. They come by and ask me how I am. I really like therapy and I am not a therapy person so this really surprises me.
I certainly would recommend Kenwoodview. I don’t think I had that mind set when I came here but after I got here, I would highly recommend this facility. If I was looking for a healthcare facility, I would look at the staff, the smell, the cleanliness, and if they make you feel welcome walking in the door the first time. I think first impressions are the best and Kenwoodview has done all of this for me.”
Connie Drotts - Current Resident at Kenwoodview Health and Rehabilitation Center 4/12/2018
"I met some wonderful people that I never would have met and I hate to leave but I have to go home. We had wonderful care and great rehab while here."
"I enjoyed myself, no problems whatsoever."
Here at Kenwoodivew we take pride in our patients road to recovery. Thank you Bennett Auto and Genisis rehabilitation for making our dreams come true. Just because you can't drive doesn't mean you cant enjoy a Corvette. Here at Kenwoodview you dreams become reality.
Regina H. came to Kenwoodview Health and Rehabilitation Center on 3/5/18 from Select Specialty Hospital in Wichita, KS due to AKI, endocarditis, encephalopathy, and acute respiratory failure. At the time of admission she was unable to care for herself, unable to transfer in and out of the chair, unable to use the restroom, and unable to shower. Regina used a wheelchair for mobility. She spent 114 days at Kenwoodview working with nursing, dialysis, and therapy services. At the end of her stay on 6/26/18, Regina discharged back to home with home health services. Since then she says, “I can get in and out of the chair, on and off the toilet, and in and out of the shower. I am doing things I wasn’t able to do before and I am wearing clothes I haven’t worn in over a year!” Regina shared some about her experience at Kenwoodview Health and Rehabilitation Center, she said, “The staff is really friendly, they go above and beyond to take care of the residents and I miss them! I was a complete mess when I got there and at the end I was able to walk out!” Regina is happy to be at home with her dogs, but she misses her Kenwoodview family and looks forward to visiting us. We look forward to seeing her too!
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