What to Know Before You Arrive

What to Bring

Here are some of the items to bring for your inpatient rehabilitation stay:

Please label your belongings with your name.

Personal items:

  • Glasses
  • Contact lenses and supplies
  • Hearing aids and batteries
  • Dentures
  • Hairbrush, blow dryer, hair products, makeup, shaving gear
  • Toiletries (we have basic hospital toiletries)
  • Electric razor
  • Wristwatch

You’ll wear your own clothing while you’re here. Please bring:

  • 4-5 sets of loose-fitting clothes, such as T-shirts (V-necks are ideal) or button-up shirts and sweatpants or elastic-waist pants
  • Socks and undergarments
  • Pajamas (hospital gowns are also available)
  • Sweater or hoodie (button or zip-front preferred)
  • Athletic shoes or comfortable walking shoes that tie or have Velcro fasteners
  • Seasonal jacket or coat

Adaptive equipment:
Examples include leg brace/AFO or CPAP or BiPAP machine.

What not to bring:
We do not have lockable storage, so please don’t bring valuable items or large amounts of cash (we recommend no more than $20 be kept in your room at any time).

Please leave heaters, heating pads, extension cords or equipment for food preparation and storage at home.

Social areas provide a dedicated space to enjoy with visitors, who are welcome between 4 and 8 p.m. This ensures your therapy sessions are done for the day and provides you with adequate time for rest.

If you have any questions, please call us at 989.583.2817.