Short Term Care Douglas, MA

Brookside Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center’s rehabilitation program offers diverse expertise in a variety of therapies from wound care to dementia care. We rehabilitate very difficult patients that most others may not have been able to care for short term. Our strong hospital partnerships ensure a smooth transition for those in need of post-acute and surgical care. From special therapeutic diets to complex rehabilitation, we provide the dedicated expertise to help residents recover with dignity to rapidly regain their mobility, and achieve the independence needed to return home.

We offer:

  • Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy – 7 days a week
  • State-of-the-art Rehab Gym with a variety of equipment
  • Coordination of post-discharge care & services
  • Rehabilitation 7 days a week

The caregivers at Brookside enjoy coming to work and doing what they do. In fact, many of them have been with us for years; some for 10, 15 and up to 30 years. Their genuine commitment is felt every day, always going above expectations to ensure residents’ well being.

The rehabilitation program at Brookside Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center includes diverse proficiencies in a variety of therapies. From wound care to special therapeutic diets to complex rehabilitation, we provide the dedhicated expertise to help residents of Douglas, MA recover with dignity to regain their mobility, and achieve the independence needed to return home.

Contact us today at 508-943-3889 to discuss how affordable short term rehabilitation can be.


Douglas is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts with a population of 8,741. The town includes a sizable Douglas State Forest. The area was settled as early as 1715, and was named New Sherburn. However, the name Douglas was first given to the territory of the town in the year 1746 and was named after Dr. William Douglas, an important physician of the Boston, Massachusetts area, who donated $500 for the establishment of free schools for the area.

Resources:

Simon Fairfield Public Library – The Simon Fairfield Public Library inspires literacy and education throughout the Douglas, Massachusetts area. The library’s aim is to be a resource for those who seek education, and offers the Douglas community a chance to expand themselves culturally and mentally.

The Douglas Historical Society – Since the 1960’s, the Douglas Historical Society is a private organization that aims to promote research and learn about the history of Douglas Massachusetts. The historical society protects and preserves property that hold historical significance.

Douglas Octoberfest – Douglas Octoberfest is an annual event in Douglas, Massachusetts that draws more people to the area than any other local event. Douglas Octoberfest holds many exciting attractions, including crafts, food, entertainment, games, and unique displays that will keep visitors busy all day.

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