Father has allowed this child to come through a life changing medical event.... read more
- James Burgess
From what I have seen since I have been here, this is a... read more
The Arbors at Sylvania Activities Department took some of our residents on a... read more
Great communication, staff is compassionate, professional, caring and always wanting to help. On... read more
- Martha C.
Early last September, my husband had two strokes caused by a staph infection... read more
- Jane Willis
John Siegel – former patient
Arbors at Sylvania has a very qualified staff. Everything was clean and everyone was friendly. I enjoyed my stay very much.
Our residents enjoying mocktails and they made their own masks!
Mary L. Beliunas
I had a very pleasant stay here. The staff was very nice. The aids always had a smile on their faces and were very helpful. The nurses were very nice and caring. The therapy staff was great and helpful. I would come back here again if I would have to.
Thanks to all the staff.
Just a note to let you know how much all of you mean to me. Everyone on the staff is so good at what they do. I can tell this is more than just a job to every single staff member.
Bob & Bill
Father has allowed this child to come through a life changing medical event. It has and is good to know he has people; I call angels to see for them.
From what I have seen since I have been here, this is a first class operation from the top to the bottom. I even recommended to my family doctor that he send his patients to Arbors at Sylvania for rehab.
The Arbors at Sylvania Activities Department took some of our residents on a drive through Oak Openings today to enjoy nature and fresh air. Thank you Arbors at Oregon for lending us your bus!
Great communication, staff is compassionate, professional, caring and always wanting to help. On a scale from 1-10, I’d give it a 10!
Early last September, my husband had two strokes caused by a staph infection in his mitial valve, which threw clots throughout his body. The stroke affecting his right side was quite severe. He spent a total of six weeks in the ICU and the remainder of the time at Arbors of Sylvania. At Arbors of Sylvania, his speech therapist has been working with my husband using VitalStim therapy to aid his swallowing. On December 20, he passed his swallow test and started on pureed foods. On January 3, he started on mechanical soft foods. As of January 7, he is completely off the feeding tube. We are sure the VitalStim was instrumental in restoring my husband’s ability to eat and get off the feeding tube, which in turn has helped him heal in other ways. His blood sugar has now returned to normal without medication. We are grateful to his therapist and VitalStim therapy.
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