CLEVELAND, Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A growing number of U.S. veterans in our communities struggle with chronic disorders or are in need of rehabilitative care following a hospital stay. Our network of skilled nursing facilities and rehabilitation centers at CommuniCare, founded by U.S. Army veteran Stephen L. Rosedale, offers warm, expert care for our veterans.
In fact, several of our centers provide a special program, Honor 360, specifically for veterans.
Honor 360 is designed to care for the complex medical needs of veterans, including traumatic brain injuries, amputations and other combat-related injuries. Services include skilled rehabilitation, long-term care, respite care, hospice, wound care and pulmonary and cardiac care.
The mission of Honor 360 is to respond to the clinical and psychosocial challenges that are so prevalent among our veterans. Honor 360 embodies a well-rounded, holistic approach, focusing on the person as a whole, unique to each individual's history and journey of service to our great nation. CommuniCare founder Rosedale, a Vietnam veteran who voluntarily enlisted, knows the importance of honoring our country's veterans. Ninety percent of Rosedale's platoon suffered casualties. He returned home wounded.
"I understand what a soldier feels: that need for validation,'' Rosedale said. "Our goal for Honor 360 is to honor our vets."
For more information on Honor 360 or any of our facilities services for veterans, please contact Brooke Bogdan or Sue Valerian by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org by phone at 216.574.9533.
CommuniCare Family of Companies is a privately held, multi-faceted health care management company. Centers are independently owned and operated as a part of the CommuniCare Family of Companies. Currently, CommuniCare owns and manages numerous world-class nursing and rehabilitation centers, specialty care centers and assisted living communities throughout Missouri, Maryland, Ohio and Pennsylvania. For more information, please visit communicarehealth.com.