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Welcome to Cedar Lake Village's Hoeger House, a rehabilitation center in Olathe Kansas.

Hoeger House is a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, located on the campus of the Olathe Medical Center in Olathe, KS and is operated in partnership with the Good Samaritan Society. Hoeger House (pronounced "Hey•ger House") provides post-acute rehabilitation for physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. It is focused on each person's needs for recovery and healing from hospitalization for surgery, injury, stroke or illness. 

Hoeger House is proud to announce it will now be providing Extended Stay Nursing Care!

Extended stay nursing care provides a range of services to help meet your health and personal needs over an extended period of time. Nursing care employees are available 24 hours a day to assess and attend to individuals' needs. Extended stay nursing care is ideal for those in need of long-term care in a smaller environment.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy

Physical therapy helps patients return to normal activities with increased muscle strength, balance and endurance as well as improves patients' coordination following an injury or illness. Many physical therapy patients have reported it helping to control or alleviate acute and chronic pain.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy helps an individual re-learn activities of daily living. Our therapists teach guests how to complete tasks using proper techniques and equipment. Therapists also assist with cognitive assessments and re-training. Patients learn exercises to strengthen muscles and improve condition.

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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy

Our speech pathologists work one-on-one with individuals to regain communication skills such as speaking, listening, writing, reading and gesturing. We also assess a patient's ability to swallow and will work with them toward restoring function, as well as recommend foods that are easiest to swallow.

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