Thank you for your consideration of Strength Training and Recovery Corp., (STAR Rehab). Located at
859 Health Park Blvd., Grand Blanc, MI 48439. Rehab provides physical, occupational, and speech
therapy for adults and pediatrics with neurological and/or orthopedic conditions. Services are provided
in an outpatient setting in either single or multiple disciplines.

STAR Rehab is open Monday – Friday. Our hours of service are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from
7 AM – 5:30 PM and Wednesdays and Fridays from 8AM – 5:30 PM.
Frequency of Weekly Attendance:

STAR Rehab advises that patients attend therapy 1-5 days per week from 1-3 hours based on the
individual’s plan of care as developed by their evaluating therapist. All sessions following evaluations
are provided by STAR Rehab therapists. Your frequency of visits will be determined by your therapists
to allow you to reach your best potential of living independently in a home environment.

Insurances Accepted and Payment Expectations:
Our clinic is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, United Healthcare, Auto, and
Medicare and we accept private pay. A fee schedule is provided to prospective patients during the
intake as conducted by our Patient Care Representative and also is reviewed with our billing department
during the patient’s first visit.

Partners and Referral Sources:
Star works with a variety of referral sources including doctors, case managers, and past
patients/families. We highly recommend keeping track of all your medical history such as surgeries,
medication, and conditions so that your medical providers can provide the highest quality of care with
your unique cultural, functional activity and medical needs in mind. If you or a loved one are interested
in resources for how to do this STAR Rehab staff is more than happy to point you in the correct
direction. No psychological services are offered.

Patient Admission and Discharge Information:

Admissions: STAR Rehab provides PT, OT, and SLP to all ages from birth to end of life with the expectation that the
patient and or family participates in care. Due to the open environment of our clinic, we are unable to
take patients who are unsafe or are who are likely to become a safety risk to other patients, families or
staff. Risk assessment is conducted at the time of the patient’s intake with oversight done by the lead
therapists and executive team. Additionally, we take any etiology of spinal cord dysfunction that can
improve/benefit with PT, OT or SLP intervention. We also take all levels of patients with incomplete
spinal cord levels and patients with complete spinal cord injuries below level C4. In addition, we take
patients with spinal cord injuries whose comorbidities are cleared by a physician for outpatient PT, OT
or SLP. Patient will be discharged upon completion as assessed by the therapist in consultation with
their physician.

Policy for Patients Who Require Advanced Respiratory Management (example Suction or ventilation)
Star staff is responsible for communicating responsibilities and requirements for assistance of patient
populations requiring advanced respiratory management. Patients entering the program on a ventilator
are required to have a nurse present at all times while in the building. Patient’s nurse is responsible for
all ventilator management during therapy sessions. Patients entering the program with respiratory
management needs are required to have a caregiver or family member present at all times in the
building. Caregiver or family member is responsible for all advanced respiratory management,
including: cough assistance devices, suctioning equipment, CPAP/BIPAP, oxygen.



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