Senior Rehabilitation in Austin, TX



Short-Term Rehab with Long-Term Benefits

Getting you back to the life you love is the goal of short-term rehabilitation at Longhorn Village. A team of experts in our CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) 5-Star-Rated Health Center works with you to create a customized treatment plan for your post-hospital care and recovery.

At Longhorn Village, we aim to enhance your independence and minimize the chances of relapse or readmission to the hospital. We offer physical, occupational, cognitive and speech therapies personalized to your needs, and our state-of-the-art gym facilitates post-acute recovery and ongoing care.

When it comes to your health and recovery, we know there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why we take a personalized approach to your treatment at our senior rehabilitation center in Austin. Our team evaluates every resident before admission to establish outcome objectives and create effective therapy regimens.


We’ll Set Goals With You, Not For You

Once you’re admitted, our expert therapy team will make a short-term rehabilitation plan that’s tailored to your journey toward a healthier, happier you. From specialized services to targeted treatments, we’ll provide the most effective care possible to help you recover.

We offer direct entry on a monthly basis, without entrance fees, and provide convenient services and amenities during your stay. Whether you’re recovering from an operation or event like a stroke or heart attack, our rehabilitation team can help you regain strength and mobility, so that you can transition seamlessly from our care center to home.

Rehabilitation is an essential part of the health care continuum — a critical lifeline for people recovering from a stroke, joint replacement, major surgery or other medical issue.

From comfortable and well-equipped therapy rooms to warm and welcoming living spaces, every aspect of the rehabilitation process is centered on your recovery as you begin to rebuild your strength and independence.

You’ll find comfort and care in our well-appointed private rooms and home-like environment.

  • Flat-screen televisions, basic cable, personal telephone service
  • Restaurant-style dining with chef-inspired menu selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Emergency call system
  • Daily housekeeping and trash removal

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A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints. The help provided by an ombudsman is confidential and free of charge. To speak with an ombudsman, call 800.252.2412.

Once you complete rehab, we’ll work together to craft a plan covering any equipment needs, outpatient therapy or in-home services you might need. And if you’re moving back to your independent living apartment or villa, Longhorn Village’s in-house transition team will be there with ongoing support and help coordinate services. We’re here to ensure you have everything you need to continue living your best life.


Hope and Healing on the Road to Recovery

Our on-site team offers clinical programs for inpatient and outpatient therapies six days a week.

  • Physical, occupational, speech and intravenous therapies
  • Ophthalmology, audiology, dental, podiatry, psychology, psychiatry and wound care
  • Specialized activity programs designed for resident and family participation
  • Therapeutic spa rooms with whirlpool tubs and massage therapy
  • Respite stays available
  • Training in mobility, posture and positioning for improved gait stability
  • Customized exercise programs to enhance muscle function, coordination and endurance
  • Joint and soft tissue mobilization techniques to increase range of motion
  • Education and training to improve daily living activities like dressing, grooming, bathing and eating
  • Memory, orientation and cognitive integration activities
  • Adaptive techniques and equipment to overcome physical disabilities
  • Strengthening and coordination exercises to enhance physical abilities
  • Exercise to maintain normal joint movement to reduce the effects of conditions like arthritis
  • Recovery of speech, language and memory skills
  • Verbal and nonverbal communication programs for the hard of hearing
  • Oral muscle strength and function required for speaking and swallowing
  • Appropriate dietary recommendations to support therapy goals