Ida Kayne Transitional Care Unit
The Ida Kayne Transitional Care Unit (TCU) provides short-term, in-residence rehabilitative care to help seniors quickly and successfully transition back to daily life after an illness, injury, medical procedure, or hospital stay.
Our goal: Provide quality short-term care to help people get home fast.
Expert medical and rehabilitative staff and state-of-the-art facilities make the Ida Kayne TCU the ideal partner on the path to recovery.
Seniors at the Ida Kayne TCU receive treatment from geriatric specialists in physical, occupational, and speech therapy. These seniors also enjoy full access to all clinical and support services of the Jewish Home.
We take a team approach
The Ida Kayne TCU team approach to recovery and wellness combines onsite medical care, prescribed therapies, personal coaching and counseling, and excellent nutrition. We direct all efforts toward promoting healing, building confidence, and restoring independence.
We treat diverse conditions
- Joint replacement rehabilitation
- Orthopedic post-hospitalization care
- Stroke and neurological rehabilitation
- Post-medical and post-surgical recovery
- Adaptive equipment instruction and conditioning
The average length of stay is 2-6 weeks, though stays of up to 90 days are possible. The Ida Kayne Transitional Care Unit accepts private insurance or Medicare.
The Unit is located in the Mark Taper Building on the Jewish Home’s Grancell Village Campus.
Specialized geriatric rehabilitation
The Jewish Home’s interdisciplinary team coordinates multiple geriatric specialties to develop and implement treatment plans on an ongoing basis.
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Personal counseling
- Discharge planning
Admission begins with an order faxed or phoned to our Admissions office.
To download a brochure, click here.