Make a Difference for One Person, Today
At Arete Rehab, we believe in our team, our partners, and our patients. We operate knowing that change is possible and that the greatest route to change is one person as a time. We are the industry-leader in distinctively different rehab services.
National Contract Rehab Services
Distinctively Different contract rehab services that focus on delivering the highest quality patient-centered care with consistent, expert rehab staff at a 1:1 therapist to assistant ratio, guided by onsite manager presence, with strict adherence to rehab compliance.
With a focus on care coordination and reducing hospital readmissions, Rehab 365 offers outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services specializing in the care of people 65 and older. Patient’s choose the location of treatment: at our clinic in Amesbury, MA, at home, or in the community.
Join Our Team
Be a part of making a difference. ‘Arete’ is the Greek for excellence, and our mission is to make a difference, one person at a time. We believe in respecting one another, our patients, and our partners. As a member of the Arete team, you will always be valued and respected for your dedication to making a difference. We are always looking for new additions to our team.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
110 Haverhill Road, Building C, 2nd Floor Training Room
Brains, Balance & Breakfast
Please join us for “Think Fast” to learn about the risk factors for having a stroke, recognizing signs and symptoms, and how to stay healthy to reduce stroke risk. Therapist-guided exercises will follow our presentation. Complimentary breakfast will be provided.
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Seabrook Recreation Center, Seabrook, NH
Brains, Balance & Breakfast
Please join us for “Stretching and Yoga” with special guest Jennifer Freeman from Pause Yoga. Enjoy free breakfast, learn about the benefits of stretching, and participate in guided exercises.
The Importance of Sexual Expression in Nursing Homes
Often untouched in the nursing home industry, sexual expression is a resident right which contributes to overall health and well being. Occupational therapists play a key role in facilitating awareness preserving a resident’s right to sexual expression.
MACRA: Better Care, Smarter Spending, Healthier People
Learn how MACRA supports the ongoing transformation of healthcare delivery by furthering the development of new Medicare payment and delivery models.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act: Impact on Rehab Services
I have come to know the staff for their compassion, dedication, and positive attitude toward the betterment of all the residents.
Andrew B, former patient at The Manor in Morrisville, VT
You have been very helpful in making me aware of my symptoms and how to control them. I feel great now!
Carolyn L, former Rehab 365 patient
I couldn’t be more pleased with the help that the rehab department gave me. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart.
-Marie B, former patient at The Manor in Morrisville, VT
I believe that my decision to pursue rehab at The Manor with your team was a great choice. What a great team!! Thank you all.
Cynthia C., former patient at The Manor in Morissville, VT
I just want to let you know how happy we are with your OT staff, Kristy. She is a great at communicating any patient issues with us and her notes are solid!
Kim A., BSN RN-BC,WCC, Director of Clinical Services at Constellation Health Services
Understands and works with the facility to achieve goals; shared vision and philosophy - good fit!
Overall the staff and the transition have gone very well.
I'm so happy to work for such an exceptional company, where ethics always come first!
I will definitely recommend Arete Rehabilitation to other family and friends! They go over and beyond for you!
Patricia C, former Rehab 365 patient
The PT personnel was very helpful. I enjoyed your smiles and encouragement.
Mildred P., former patient at The Manor in Morrisville, Vt.
Arete treats our residents on both the Nursing & Retirement Units with dignity & respect & always find ways to treat our residents regardless of physical or cognitive status.
Joyce L., Director of Nursing at Berkeley Retirement Home and Nursing Center