When you experience a setback due to injury, illness or planned surgery, our Fast Track Rehab program gets you back to doing what you love faster. Our highly skilled professionals provide comprehensive and supportive rehabilitative care to help you build strength and put you on a path to recovery.
Located just minutes away from several central Ohio hospitals and regional surgical centers, CCEC offers comprehensive short-term rehabilitative services as an alternative to lengthy hospital stays following surgery or illness.
Your recovery begins the moment you arrive with a physician-directed individualized treatment plan designed to get you back on track fast. From rebuilding strength to developing new lifestyle habits, we focus on managing your personalized care plan while you simply concentrate on getting well. Our highly skilled professionals provide quality and supportive rehabilitative care and patient education to help you build confidence and strength and put you on the path to recovery. We offer:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Recreational Therapy: Electrical Stimulation, Ultrasound, Diathermy, and Omni-Cycle
If you have a planned surgery in your future or are recovering from injury or illness, schedule your short-term, rehabilitative therapy with Columbus Colony for Elderly Care. We offer physical, occupational and speech therapies as well as nutritious meals and excellent medical, nursing and therapeutic care to promote a comfortable and speedy recovery in one of our private and newly remodeled Fast Track Rehab recovery suites featuring their own bathroom and a communal shower. In most cases, short-term rehab stays range from 14-21 days, depending on your individual needs
Ready to reserve your recovery suite? Call (614) 891-5055 to schedule your stay.
Columbus Colony for Elderly Care (CCEC) is a resource for patients seeking short-term rehab, long-term care and outpatient therapy. Additionally, our 150-bed community has a special focus for individuals who are deaf, deaf and blind, or hard of hearing equipped with interpreters on-site.
Q. Does CCEC’s Medical Director sign or use an interpreter to communicate?
A: Our medical director does not sign but does receive assistance from an interpreter when communicating with residents.
Q. What are the alternate methods of communication if an interpreter is not available?
A: Alternate methods consist of using a communication board and/or white board or Video Relay Service, a form of Telecommunications Relay Service that enables persons with hearing disabilities who use American Sign Language to communicate with voice telephone users through video and the help of a communications assistant
Q. Do all staff know American Sign Language?
A: All our staff members do not sign; however, we do have a number of deaf staff members and other staff who are fluent in ASL. In addition, our we offer quarterly ASL classes to employees at CCEC, so our staff are trained in American Sign Language and understanding of deaf culture
We appreciate everything the staff did to help make my mother’s transition smooth. We spoke with her last night via video call, and you can just tell she is in a better place physically and mentally (especially after the ice cream party night!). Thank you.
Tony and Pam
This is the best place to live. I feel safe here, and the nurses are so good. I really like it here.
I’m 3000% better than when I arrived and I attribute this improvement to the therapy department. They changed my life! The food is great here—comparable to any good restaurant, and I’m gaining weight. I also like the people I’ve met here.