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  • One out of four financially-vulnerable older adults don't have access to healthy food. See how home health services could help an adult in need.

  • Three recipes and tips on how to cut salt without cutting flavor from the American Heart Association.

  • As a partner of the We Honor Veterans program, Encompass Health provides effective hospice care with an understanding of the particular physical, emotional and spiritual needs of veterans near the end of life.

  • How the aging baby boomer population will impact healthcare and how they differ from previous generations.

  • Encompass Health today announced its plans to build a freestanding, 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Greenville, South Carolina.

    The hospital will care for patients recovering from a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries including strokes and other neurological disorders, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations and complex orthopedic conditions. It offers physical, occupational and speech therapies as well as 24-hour nursing care that aim to restore functional ability and quality of life.

  • Flu season is in full swing. Did you know you could get paid to get your flu shot? See which retailers across the United States are offering rewards for tho who get vaccinated.

  • A recent study provides direction to the question, "can speech therapy help even months after a stroke?" Here's what you need to know.

  • The numbers don’t lie—2019 was another year of growth for our company, as we expanded our national footprint and served more patients. We’re looking forward to what’s to come in 2020 and helping even more patients this year.

  • Don't let a lull in your recovery after a stroke leave you feeling defeated. There could still be more to do.

  • In the alphabet soup that is medical acronyms, CRRN may not be one you are familiar with, but it’s one that matters a great deal. Learn what CRRN stands for and why it should be a factor in your rehabilitation care setting choice.

  • What she thought was a panic attack turned out to be a stroke. Read Steffany Quintana's story about having a stroke at age 24 and how inpatient rehabilitation helped her relearn how to walk, talk and swallow.

  • See how Encompass Health developed REAL therapy gyms to allow patients to practice everyday activities to better prepare them to go back to their home and communities.

  • Yesterday, Encompass Health Corp. held a grand opening celebration for its new freestanding rehabilitation hospital in Murrieta, California.

    The hospital’s focus is providing inpatient rehabilitation services and higher medical management for patients recovering from strokes and other neurological disorders, hip fractures, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations and complex orthopedic conditions.

  • Encompass Health Corp. and Shannon Health today announced plans to form a joint venture for a new, 40-bed, freestanding inpatient rehabilitation hospital in San Angelo, Texas.

    Complementing local acute care services, the hospital will care for patients recovering from a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries including strokes and other neurological disorders, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations and complex orthopedic conditions.

  • Two months before his daughter's wedding, Frank Ruggeri had a stroke. See how Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of New England helped him walk his daughter down the aisle and have his father daughter dance.

  • No, occupational therapists do not help you find a job. Learn about what they really do and other common misconceptions about occupational therapists.

  • How many fall risks do you see in this photo? Click the link to identify them and learn about other common fall risks that can be found in the home.

  • After he was shot and became paralyzed, former patient Wesley Hamilton learned to harness positively and started his foundation, Disabled But Not Really. Read Wesley's story and how he was able to share his passion for disability advocacy on the Netflix hit "Queer Eye."

  • Happy New Year!

  • Today we live with food on every corner: doughnuts in meetings and candy bowls on desks. These simple strategies can help you kick your sugar cravings and maintain a healthy weight.