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Avamere Rehab of Coos Bay
2625 Koos Bay Blvd
Coos Bay, OR 97420

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541-267-2161
541-267-0543

Avamere Rehab of Coos Bay Testimonials

Lanphier Associates job 984, AVA003 at Hillsboro Rehab, HillsborHere are a few experiences that residents of Avamere Rehab of Coos Bay have shared with us_

 

 

 

“There is no need to leave to go out to dinner, we have the best food here!”

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“This is my home now. I miss being at my house sometimes but here I have good people around me, so it’s better than living alone.”

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“Are you going to decorate for the holidays again? This place must use a lot of coal to burn all those lights.”

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“One of our residents lost both of her adult sons to sudden illness. Her daughters were so close to our administrator at the time that they started calling him “Brother Bob”

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“One of our residents recently went to the hospital. She was very ill and not expected to live. She told the discharge planner at the hospital that she “just wants to go home” No one was sure how to take that. Did she mean to go home to be with the Lord? Or home to the house she raised her children? The discharge planner asked her to clarify where home was. She said, “Hearthside! They are my family!”

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“One of our residents has bilateral leg amputations. He was expected to be a long term resident here. He is an unusual case because of the length of his stumps. It would be impossible find legs that would work. He kept saying that he wanted to walk so our staff worked very hard to find a prosthetics guy who himself has an amputation, and is an outside of the box thinker. He made the resident very short prosthetic legs. Social Services, Nursing and physical therapist rallied around this man to make his dream come true. The resident recently walked across the gym with his prosthetic legs and canes. It was quite the event. The staff all cheered him on and took pictures. He has a goal to walk out of here and live in the community by Christmas 2007. I think he is going to do it!”

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“There is a gentleman here that loves fishing. He has been unable to do this since he had his stroke about 3 years ago. In conjunction with area agencies he was able to go last month. To hear him tell it, the fish he caught that day just keeps getting bigger and bigger! The amazing thing about the trip was that it had to be planned three different times and kept getting canceled due to the weather, he was finally able to go in October 2007. He has a communication deficit that prevents him from clearly expressing his thoughts. But if you bring it up, he will make it clear just how meaningful getting to fish again was to him.”