Preferred Care at Old Bridge (Rehabilitation Dept) was home for my MIL for about 6 weeks this winter. She was in there recovering from several health concerns that left her on oxygen for weeks and very weak. She is 90 and needed to rebuild her physical strength back up as well as her lung capacity. She was very well taken care of by ALL of the staff from nursing to food service. My husband and I went daily and each day she told us that everyone is so nice and praised her for all of her efforts in physical therapy . She was able to get her hair done. We added a few things from home to "cheer" her already remodeled- clean room feel more cozy.
As anyone knows that has been through this before, it's the staff that makes the place. It's a smaller rehab, I knew the staff and and they knew me by name. They reassured me when I was worried and although my MIL left a few days ago we have been in touch for continued questions that I had with things that I needed to learn. The transiton was made easy by the caring nursing staff, all angels. My MIL is strong and independent again and a lot of the credit goes to the exceptional staff from Preferred Care.