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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What do I need to bring?

• Comfortable Clothes (a few changes of exercise clothing)
• Comfortable Shoes
• Pajamas
• Glasses and/or hearing aids
• Proof of Identification (e.g., State Issued Photo ID, Passport, or Birth Certificate) Non-Citizens must present temporary or permanent resident card with photo.
• Insurance Cards (e.g., Medicare, Medical, Managed Care, prescription drug card if applicable)
• If the patient has a representative for financial or healthcare decisions – bring supporting documents such as a Durable Power of Attorney, Guardianship, Conservatorship papers.
• Cell phone if you would like.

What will I do at Stonebrook?

• Participate in a rehabilitation program.
• Participate in your normal daily routine.
• Participate in individual and group leisure activities of your choice.
• Eat meals in the elegant dining room or in my room.
• Work with discharge professionals to arrange your transition home.

What can I expect during my stay at Stonebrook?

• Visitors are welcome when you want them (recommended visiting hours 11am-8pm). Please be considerate of the needs of other patients, your rehab schedule and your need for rest to regain your optimal health as quickly as possible.
• Wireless internet is available if you wish to bring your laptop or tablet. Stonebrook also has an ilounge for resident use 24/7.
• Complete meals and snacks are available seven days a week.
• Cable television is available in each room.
• Mimi’s Hair Salon is available by appointment. You’ll be able to schedule appointments at the reception desk. Payment is due at time of service.
• We can do your laundry or you may want your family or friend to launder your clothing.

How is Stonebrook different than the hospital?

• You will want to wear your own regular and comfortable clothes.
• You will have an attending physician at Stonebrook. You will see this physician less frequently than when you were acutely ill in the hospital.
• You may have pet visits as long as your pet is on a leash, has had all of its shots and is not aggressive.
• You have leisure activities available on a daily basis.
• You may eat family style in our elegant dining room and enjoy a select menu (as your prescribed diet allows).
• You can treat yourself to salon services.

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