Welcome to On With Life
Thank you for selecting On With Life to continue your rehabilitation journey. Below are a few suggestions on what to consider bringing with you to begin your inpatient stay.

All the rooms at On With Life are private, with either a private or shared bathroom. Because we want you to feel at home while you are here, On With Life provides a bed, dresser, flat screen television, recliner, bedside table, linens and towels, clock, lamp and shower caddy with toiletries.

You are encouraged to bring anything from home to make the room your own. Having some of your personal items from home can make you feel more comfortable during your stay at On With Life. This could mean bringing your books and photographs or a favorite T-shirt and sweater. Cable television is provided and Wi-Fi is available on campus.

What to Bring

  • A list of your medications or the medications in their original containers (Our medical director will need the exact brand and dosage you receive.)
  • Any adaptive equipment you are using
  • Health insurance card
  • Documentation of guardianship or Power of Attorney for the individual receiving services
  • Toiletries, such as:
    • Toothbrush
    • Shaving supplies
    • Deodorant
    • Make-up
    • Shampoo and other hair care products
    • Hair dryer, comb and/or brush
    • Soap


You’ll need to bring clothing that is appropriate and comfortable for participating in therapy, as well as clothing for participating in group activities in the community. As part of therapy, rehabilitation patients are expected to get up and get dressed every day. You will need an assortment of comfortable, loose-fitting clothes. Laundry is done on-site; any clothing to be laundered will be labeled.

  • Pajamas
  • Pants with an elastic waistband, such as cotton or nylon sweat pants (5 pairs)
  • Comfortable shirts (5)
  • Light-weight jacket
  • Swimsuit
  • Socks – athletic style ( pairs)
  • Underwear (at least one week’s supply)
  • Athletic shoes, at least one size larger than usual (1 pair)
  • Outdoor wear during the colder months, including warm jacket, heavy sweater and hat

What Not to Bring

Valuable jewelry, expensive electronic items or large amounts of cash. We cannot accept responsibility for lost items.