Individuals recuperating from surgery or illness regain their independence and functionality at Forbes Center.
Every patient’s singular needs are addressed in a well-coordinated personal plan of care. Our multidisciplinary team works together to optimize each individual’s overall health, using progressive technology and strong fundamental rehabilitation techniques.
At the same time, subacute patients enjoy our warm atmosphere, with their stay enhanced by a host of amenities such as complimentary WiFi and cable, and on-site beauty care.
To assure the best possible outcomes, patients benefit from:
- Therapy 6 Days-a-week
- Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy delivered 7 days a week, as needed
- State of the Art Rehabilitation Gym & Equipment
- Highly Trained Rehabilitation Personnel
- Comprehensive Discharge Planning and Post-Discharge Follow-up
Our goal-oriented approach is to get you back home to Westwood leading the life you love, as quickly as possible.
Call 412-665-3232 to schedule a tour or request more information today!
I am very happy to be at Forbes. The staff is caring and compassionate. Recently, my Doctor told me I needed to gain some weight. With the individualized plan of the dietary director, I have gained10 pounds in the last 2 months. — D. Hausenberger
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Westwood is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s West End Region. Beginning as a part of the now-defunct Township of Chartiers and existing for a short time as an independent borough, Westwood was annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in three pieces: the eastern third in 1872, and the remaining sectors progressing west in 1921 and 1927. Westwood is a quiet residential community inhabited by a large variety of residents, and exhibits an eclectic mix of architectural styles that span many periods. Among these is the John Frew House, one of the oldest surviving structures west of the Allegheny Mountains, which dates (in its original form) to 1790.
Resources for Seniors and their Families:
- AARP Caregiving Resource Center
- Bathroom Safety for Seniors
- University of Pittsburgh Center for Aging