Passport Rehabilitation Program

The goal of our Passport Program is to restore you to health. We understand that every person under our care has distinct requirements for therapy. Your individual rehabilitation is tailored to a series of realistic, short-term achievements based on getting you home. 
Our services are designed to give you the skills and abilities needed to live a healthy and fulfilling life. Whether you’re struggling with physical or post-operative challenges, our dedicated staff will cater to your unique needs and preferences, providing customized therapy in comfortable and finely appointed accommodations.

 Often times individuals come to us on a planned basis following a pre-scheduled surgery. Make us part of your “journey” to a more fulfilling life by pre-booking your room and therapy services in advance of your surgery. We will handle all of the “paperwork” for you and your surgeon, by working with Medicare and your insurance carrier to give you one less thing to worry about. For more information, please speak to our Admissions Department.
Our Passport Program includes:
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Respiratory Therapy
Our Passport Program Specialties and Services:
  • Neurological Impairments
  • Heart Failure Services
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services
  • Amputee Rehabilitation
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Services
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
  • IV Therapies
  • Vital Stim Dysphasia Therapy
  • Orthopedic Injuries and Post-Surgical Care
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Cardiac Recovery
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Wound and Decubitus Management
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New York, New Jersey and Vermont Locations
Connecticut Locations

Amputee Rehabilitation

Our Amputee Rehabilitation Program is designed to maximize the functional abilities of persons of limb loss and achieve their maximum potential to lead full, productive lives. Our program provides a comprehensive interdisciplinary team approach, specialized education and support, an individualized rehabilitation program and expert prosthetic fitting. 

Pre-prosthetic training including:
  • Pain control
  • Strengthening, flexibility and endurance training
  • Promotion of wound healing
Prosthetic training
  • Gait (ambulation) training
  • Functional mobility training (bed mobility, transfers, community tasks) 
  • Donning/doffing of prosthesis 
Emotional support
  • Psychologist
  • Social worker
  • Patient/family support groups
Cold Spring Hills has many resources for all amputees. Patients, will have consultations with expert prosthetists, physical therapist, social worker, and a physiatrist. For further prosthetic information:
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New York - Cold Spring Hills Location

Heart Failure Program

Our Heart Failure Program is designed to provide education, evaluate the many intricacies of heart failure including the underlying causes, medications and necessary lifestyle modifications. 
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) on Staff
  • Adherence and Understanding of the American Heart Association Guidelines for Diagnosis/Management
  • Onsite Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) to address any emergency needs
  • Smoking Cessation Counseling
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New York, New Jersey and Vermont Locations
Connecticut Locations

Pulmonary Disease Management Program

Our Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs are designed to maximize the functional abilities of persons with Pulmonary Disease. 
  • Pulmonologist on Staff
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) on staff
  • Interdisciplinary Approach to Disease Management
  • Tracheotomy Care
  • Tracheostomy Care
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New York, New Jersey and Vermont Locations
Connecticut Locations


Our INTERACT II Program reduces unplanned hospitalizations, which improves the quality of nursing home care through the utilization of practical tools designed to: 
  • Aid in the early identification of a resident change of status
  • Guide staff through a comprehensive clinical assessment of the resident when a change of condition has been identified
  • Improve documentation around resident change in condition
  • Promote collaborative communication between health care providers in order to ensure optimum care is being provided
One of the tools within the INTERACT II system is a process referred to as SBAR - Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation. The SBAR Program provides a standardized framework for members of the health care team to communicate about a patient's condition using an easy-to-remember mechanism. SBAR offers a consistent format for information to be sent, as well as an expectation for what information is to be received and how. This technique helps to develop teamwork and foster a culture of patient safety.

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New York, New Jersey and Vermont Locations
Connecticut Locations
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