The Graybrier Nursing & Retirement Center

The Graybrier Nursing & Retirement Center
The Graybrier Nursing & Retirement Center 116 Lane Dr Trinity, NC 27370
About

The Graybrier Nursing & Retirement Center

In March of 1990, local owners, Richard and Sarah Bennett broke ground for a family owned and operated Nursing facility known as The GrayBrier Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. The Bennett's extensive background in Nursing Home Administration, consisting of four decades of combined experience, allows the GrayBrier to run efficiently while offering excellent care. Richard and Sarah are still owners and operators to this day and are on-site daily to oversee operations and maintain their high operating standards of the GrayBrier and the sister facility, The Shannon Gray Rehabilitation & Recovery Center located in Jamestown, NC.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Services Physical Therapy:
Our physical therapy professionals assist residents with:
Mobility: Increasing the ability to ambulate and/or use wheelchair propulsion; improving skills to enable residents to achieve maximum independence.
Balance: Improving resident's balance to enhance safety of transfers and/or ambulation activities.
Positioning: Assessing lower extremity needs for orthotic devices to prevent contractures or improve mobility; wheelchair positioning for restraint reduction.
Lower Extremity Function: Improving resident's range of motion, increasing strength through progressive resistance exercises or muscle re-education.

Occupational Therapy:
Our occupational therapy professionals assist residents with:
Activities of Daily Living: Increasing residents' independence in self-feeding, dressing, bathing, and hygiene by learning new or compensatory techniques with or without adaptive equipment.
Functional Transfers: Improving transfer skills from wheelchair, walker, or cane level to toilet, bed, tub, and shower. Upper Extremity Function: Improving resident's active range of motion, dexterity and coordination; muscle re-education for partial paralysis.

Speech Pathology:
Our speech language pathology professionals assist residents with:
Speech/Voice: Improving residents' slurred speech, hoarseness and nasality.
Language: Improving residents' abilities to understand others and express themselves verbally, in writing, and gesturing.
Hearing: Improving residents' abilities to adapt to a hearing loss and better understand others.
Cognitive Linguistics: Improving cognitive skills to reduce confusion and disorientation; improving impaired problem solving and reasoning skills.
Swallowing: Improving residents' abilities to swallow and minimize choking; assist with poor tongue and lip movement and refusal to eat.

Out-patient Rehabilitation Therapy:
Our therapy services are not limited to that of an inpatient rehabilitation stay. The GrayBrier offers outpatient rehabilitation services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Sports injuries, chronic pain, orthopedic challenges, a stroke, are all areas in which our therapy team can assist you in returning to a desired state of functioning. Through an intensive treatment plan, the therapy team at The GrayBrier will help you to meet your desired performance goal.  What makes you appropriate for outpatient rehabilitation at The GrayBrier?
Orthopedic disorders
Post surgical cases
Sports rehabilitation
Arthritis
Impaired balance disorders
Back pain
chronic pain

Questions about how to make The GrayBrier your therapy center?
Contact our admissions coordinator at (336) 431-8888.
Additional Services Rehabilitation
Consumer Feedback
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Service
3 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
1 star average for Expertise
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Recent Reviews
The place was very clean and the staff made us feel comfortable and secure. They really do care.
I was very pleased with our experience here.
Recent Polls
Did this provider ever dismiss your concerns as unimportant?
All the time. They accuse me of making problems up
Does this provider welcome questions?
Not really. I felt like an annoyance when I asked a question
Were the staff members able to answer your questions?
They were rarely able to answer any of my questions
Was this provider's office easy to locate?
Fairly Easy
Did a staff member acknowledge or greet you when you entered?
Briefly, but they didn't make an effort to help me
Did this provider wear an obnoxious cologne?
No, they didn't wear any cologne
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