Support Services

Reading Hospital and Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing are proud to offer several support services and on-site amenities to help patients and families through the rehabilitation and therapy process.

Support Groups

We offer several support groups for patients who have experienced functional loss or disability. Most groups feature educational information, guest speakers, and opportunities for social interaction. They are open to patients, former patients, family, friends, and caregivers.

  • Amputee Support Group
  • Aphasia Support Group
  • Better Breathers Support Group (lung health)
  • Brain Injury Support Group

  • MS Support Group
  • Parkinson's Support Group
  • Rise Up and Shine Support Group, aimed at building strength, stability, mobility, and flexibility in Parkinson’s patients
  • Stroke Support Group

For more information, call 484-628-HELP (4357).

Meditation Room

Meditation RoomThe Meditation Room, located on the Ground Floor of Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing, is a quiet space where patients and their family members can go when they need a moment away from distractions.

Patients and visitors are encouraged to use the room for the purpose of prayer, meditation, visits with clergy, and private conversations between family and medical staff.

The room is appointed with comfortable seating and includes an adjustable lighting and sound system. Reflective reading materials are available. The room is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Therapeutic Garden

The Therapeutic Garden offers a serene location where patients can relax and meditate in an outdoor setting. Physical rehabilitation activities can occur in the garden whenever the climate permits patients to be outdoors. Different landscaped surfaces create opportunities for patients to practice new skills in a beautiful setting:

  • Occupational therapists may suggest watering and pruning activities to help meet patient goals
  • Speech pathologists may suggest the garden for cognitive and communication treatments
  • Recreational therapists may use the garden to help patients increase strength and endurance, mobility, focus, and memory.

The garden can also encourage use of adaptive strategies and development of new leisure interests.