All You Need to Get on with Your Life.

Making your road to recovery shorter. And preventing bumps along the way. Following your surgery. Or your knee or hip replacement. Or a stay at the hospital. At Fairport Baptist Homes Rehabilitation we work to create an individualized plan to get you healthy, and home, faster.


If you are ready to leave the hospital but not yet ready to return home for your recuperation process, you need Fairport Baptist Homes rehabilitative care. Or if you’re a resident of Fairport Baptist Homes currently, you are able to access our resources.

Who we help

  • Patients who are ready to leave the hospital, but not ready to safely return home while recovering
  • Current residents of Fairport Baptist Homes who need rehabilitative care

What we offer you

  • Individualized rehabilitation care in our 18-bed, private room Transitional Care Center, working with our skilled and experienced staff, many having five or more years of therapy experience with seniors
  • Click here to see a virtual tour of the rehabilitation workout area

What’s included

  • Post-operative recovery
  • Extensive wound care
  • Post-stroke care
  • Respiratory or pulmonary management
  • Elective and emergency orthopedic recovery
  • Physical and Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Motor vehicle accident injury rehabilitation
  • Management of complex medical conditions

To learn more, contact Admissions at 585.388.2307.

Rehabilitation Care

Our caring and competent nurses and therapists focus their attention on helping you transition from an acute care hospital setting to home as quickly as is safe and comfortable. We work in partnership with you, your family and community services in a comfortable household environment, where you can recover in an atmosphere of dignity, respect and positive reinforcement. Our rehabilitation services include:

  • Ÿ Post-operative recovery
  • Ÿ Extensive wound care
  • Ÿ Post-stroke care
  • Ÿ Respiratory or pulmonary management
  • Ÿ Elective and emergency orthopedic recovery
  • Ÿ Physical therapy
  • Ÿ Occupational therapy
  • Ÿ Speech therapy
  • Ÿ Motor vehicle accident injuries
  • Ÿ Management of complex medical conditions.

Your Fairport Baptist Homes Rehabilitation Team includes doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed practical nurses, social workers, certified aides, dietary specialists, therapeutic recreation specialists, and physical, occupational and speech therapists. Their daily goal is to help you regain your strength and independence so that you can return safely to your own home.

We provide safety evaluations as you progress, making sure that you feel steady on your feet, ready to work in your kitchen or to manage your daily tasks. We can also visit your home to do a safety evaluation before you return and provide guidelines to ease your transition back home.

You’ll feel comfortable and cared for, recuperating in your private room, with a homelike feel. You can eat in our country kitchen. Relax in an inviting family room. You can even use a washer and dryer. There are flexible visiting hours, and your family and friends can even bring their pets along to see you.

Whether you spend days or weeks recuperating with us, you’ll go home at your maximum level of independent function.

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Fairport Baptist Homes offers Physical Therapy (PT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) as part of our rehabilitative services. These therapists work together with the other members of our interdisciplinary team, including social workers, physicians and nurse practitioners, and nurses, to provide the PT and OT your situation demands.

Physical therapists will diagnose and treat patients for medical problems or other health-related illnesses that interfere with your ability to move and perform functional tasks. Your PT will develop a plan and work to reduce pain, restore function, promote your ability to move and/or prevent loss of mobility before it occurs. Interventions include therapeutic exercises, manual and functional therapy and working with assistive and adaptive devices.

Occupational therapists will work with you to help improve your ability to perform tasks in your daily living environment, helping you become as independent as possible with such aspects of daily living as dressing, cooking, eating, using the toilet and grooming. Your OT will also work on improving your strength and endurance through therapeutic exercises, fine motor coordination and range of motion exercises.

To put yourself on the fast track home, take one easy step: Simply let your hospital social worker know you want to have your rehabilitation at Fairport Baptist Homes. They will obtain all of the necessary information and fax it to us:

  • A current PRI (Patient Review Instrument) and Screen
  • A signed HIPPA form, which we use to request medical history and information from the patient’s Primary Care Physician. (This is not necessary for patients coming from a hospital.)
  • Any Health Care Proxy, Power of Attorney and MOLST forms that the patient may have in effect
  • Copies of all the patient’s insurance cards, Social Security card & photo ID
  • When seeking Long Term Placement, we may ask that you also provide copies of current Bank Statements and other account statements with the completed application