Eisenhower Center’s Approach to Complete Rehabilitation Makes All The Difference
Expert rehabilitation, care, and support are the hallmarks of our work at Eisenhower Center. To our dedicated staff, healthcare doesn’t mean standing back in a white coat writing orders in a chart. At the Center, you’ll see some of our most talented and experienced staff on their knees helping someone who needs an extra hand to finish a task. Person-centered care is a core value at Eisenhower Center.
We work hard to create a positive environment for our clients and staff. Uniquely, Eisenhower Center is a 100% employee-owned company. The Center’s culture of ownership embodies our commitment to the people we serve today and into the future, and helps to inspire the creativity seen in our programs.
What makes work so meaningful for the staff at Eisenhower Center? Every day, we witness small miracles among the people we serve: a client takes the bus independently for the first time, gets their first job in the community, or makes their first attempt to walk without assistance. We see the meaningful victories ahead for each client – achievements that are well within reach, but are challenging just the same.
Simply put, Eisenhower Center exists to help those we serve earn those victories however we can, and to regain their independence.
Eisenhower Center does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Christine Myran, Vice President of Programs, 734.677.0070 ext 262.