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How Patients Can Make the Most of Semi-Private Rooms

Posted by Chris Schmidt | Oct 27, 2014 8:00:00 AM

Sharing a room with someone is a very big step that has both positives and negatives. While you do have to give up some privacy and space, semi-private rooms also give you the benefit of being able to share your goals, doubts, and motivational advice with people who are going through the same kinds of challenges that you are. With this information you will have a good understanding of the best way to live successfully in a room that you share with someone else.

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Semi-Private Rooms: Tips for the Move-in Process

Posted by Chris Schmidt | Oct 23, 2014 8:00:00 AM

Sharing a room in a rehabilitation facility can bring with it many questions and concerns, especially for those who are not used to semi-private rooms and are unsure of what to expect. There are a few things to know about semi-private rooms and some tips that you should follow if you want to get the most out of your experience with this kind of living situation.

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The Benefits of Semi-Private Rooms

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Oct 7, 2014 8:30:00 AM

People of all ages value their privacy. From time to time, everyone wants to spend some time alone, whether they are relaxing or just reflecting on things going on in their lives. On the other hand, the vast benefits of social interaction cannot be understated, especially for those who are going through an emotionally and physically challenging time like rehabilitation therapy. This is why semi-private rooms are excellent options for rehab patients: they give patients the best of both worlds by allowing for a sufficient amount of privacy yet also make social interaction very accessible, which gives patients a strong support group from which to draw inspiration and motivation.

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