Adventure Vacation, led by Physical Therapists, Customized for You!

We believe in empowering you to live a full and rewarding life. Join us for a rehab-focused vacation that includes accommodations, meals, local transportation and adapted activities. Our physical therapists provide exercises to improve your strength, flexibility, motor control, balance and independence. Activities include: hiking, rock climbing, cycling, kayaking, aquatics, pilates, yoga, local theaters, concerts/festivals, historic towns, museum tours, and more.

The mountain town of Bend is one of the most popular vacation sites in the country, and you can now experience it with Physical Therapists who will design a tailored trip specific to your goals and needs. You will return home with renewed vision, increased strength and confidence, and memories to last a lifetime.

 

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Cost: $2500-4500 (depending on length)

  • All-Inclusive! Registration cost includes lodging, local transportation, on-site therapy team, meals, event tickets, all equipment, fitness sessions and activity costs.
  • A quality experience with a small group of others who are equally motivated to improve their confidence, independence, ability and enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
  • We do not provide assistance with bathing, toileting and dressing. You may bring a caregiver with you, or hire someone from one of our partner organizations.
  • Contact our team to discuss your individual needs and goals.

connect@destinationrehab.org | 541.241.6837

“Everyone knows that exercise and physical fitness can help with the effects of a neurological condition but there aren’t many opportunities to go out and work on that with other people who are going through similar problems. It’s easy to sit around a table and talk about your health concerns but finding a group where you can talk and work on therapy skills and physical fitness at the same time actually makes changes in your quality of life. This program puts you in a real world setting where you are actually participating in activities and building the skills and confidence to then pursue those activities on your own or in a general community group.”
— Sarah, participant