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My mom suffered a stroke and is currently in a rehab facility. They plan to release her in a few days but we would like to get additional inpatient therapy approved. She has done well and think with quality therapy she can return to being mostly self sufficient. Is there anyone with recommendations or resources for getting this approved? We understand it is an insurance issue but we might be willing to pay out of pocket for additional days for her. She will need 24/7 care at this time.  She currently has no where to go that would not require stairs and she’s not able to do that yet. We have workers at her home making the adjustments for her but need another week for her to have bathroom on same level of home. All of these are issues but not sure what are the biggest concerns when it comes to getting the additional days in rehabilitation approved.
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