Locations

Muskegon, MI

945. E. Sherman Blvd.
P. 231.737.4374

Grand Rapids, MI

4095 Park East Court SE
P: 616.259.4028

Grand Haven, MI

16760 Lincoln Street
P: 616.935.3300

NOCHS, Grand Haven, MI

1015 S. Beacon Blvd.
P: 616.847.5293

News & Events

Keep the Spring In Your Step!

Are you a snowbird coming back from a warmer climate, or a senior who has been stuck inside due to the stay-at-home order? Physical therapy can help you stay active during the stay-at-home order. With Telehealth and e-visits now available, you can continue your treatments at...

Telehealth and e-visits now available

As an Ivy Rehab partner clinic, Generation Care is proud to announce the launch of virtual care and telehealth solutions for physical, occupational, and speech therapy visits. Effective immediately, we are offering e-visits by phone and HomeSTEP visits which are outpatient visits in the home. Beginning on...

What is it with those baby helmets?

Most people know a niece/nephew, grandchild or friend’s child who has worn these cute helmets for some amount of time, but why are they wearing it? These helmets are called Cranial Remolding Orthoses and are often used when a child has developed significant head flattening (typically in a back quadrant of...

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

As an Ivy Rehab Network partner, “It’s All About The People,” and we care about you as our patient and as a member of our Generation Care community. Our top priority is to provide a safe and supportive environment for you to reach your recovery...

How Vision Impairment Affects Daily Life

Declining eyesight can interfere with basic activities of daily living, including driving, paying bills, cooking, and watching TV. Recognizing you can no longer see to drive or safely get around your home takes courage. Occupational therapy offers tips and tools to help you regain confidence and...

February’s Pediatric Patient of the Month: Charlotte!

Charlotte has been receiving Occupational and Speech therapy at Generation Care with Speech Therapist Kailey Riker. She's been working hard on coordination, speech, pronouns like she and he, improving sensory and self-regulation. Kailey says, "Charlotte is so much fun to have at therapy! She always has...

Keep Your Mobility Afloat with Aquatic Therapy

If you are recovering from an injury, illness or surgery, aquatic therapy is a great way to speed recovery. If you have mobility or balance issues, water-based exercise can improve range of motion without hurting joints or risking a fall. Taking an aquatic exercise class has...

Staying Loyal to your Health & Fitness Resolutions

It's that time of year again. The gym is packed, the vegetable aisle and the supermarket is picked through, and social media "new year, new me" posts are rampant. What is it with new years resolutions that make them so hard? Resolutions are so difficult...

Chronic Pain and Pediatrics

Parenting is hard. Hands down. So how do parents deal with pain in their children that is not easy to explain, or that persists for a long time (>3 months)? Chronic pain in children is a very tricky thing to navigate, as children cannot always communicate...

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