ROCKVILLE, Md. – The Village at Rockville (TVAR), A National Lutheran Community, unveiled its holistic and individualized myPotential Rehabilitation Services during two grand openings on Monday, January 30 and Tuesday, January 31. More than 200 guests turned out to see the newly renovated and renamed wing that features 33 private suites with a spa-like feel and a state-of-the-art therapy gym.
The myPotential program, which provides a personal approach to rehabilitation, offers clients the ability to work with a team of highly trained therapists (physical, speech and occupational therapy), physicians, nurses, rehabilitation specialists, nutritionist, social workers, clergy and other health professionals. This team of professionals will provide the daily collaborative assistance, support and strategy that enable a guest’s goal achievement and confident transition back home.
Another unique feature of the program is the myPotential Coach who works alongside guests to enable them to reach their therapy goals and regain their independence for a successful return home. The unveiling of the myPotential Rehabilitation Services at The Village at Rockville is the first phase of a four-year renovation. Future plans include adding an additional 33 private rooms of rehabilitation and introducing Assisted Living and Memory Care.
“This grand opening marks a giant step in the repositioning of The Village at Rockville. The opening of our myPotential Rehabilitation Services shows the commitment to serving our community,” Frank McGovern, Executive Director of TVAR said. “We have heard a new generation speak loud and clear about their wish to stay home as long as possible and the myPotential rehabilitation services represents a tangible commitment on behalf of the Village to help people achieve that goal.”