We really care.
We know first-hand how upsetting, frustrating, and scary it can be to receive a serious medical diagnosis, to live with chronic pain, to need assistance recovering from surgery or illness, manage inappropriate behaviors, or needing long-term care in your home (for you, your child, or a loved one).
When a caregiver comes into your home, it can feel invasive and uncomfortable to everyone.
Then the process to find therapists, nurses, and caregivers, that accept your insurance, or accept Medicare and Medicaid, and can provide all the treatments you need in one place. Navigating the resources can become a full-time job!
The stress can be overwhelming. We understand and we are here to help. We want you to have the care you need.
Integrated Family Care was formed to manage our complete, collaborative care network. We can offer you a wide range of specialty therapies (in-clinic or in-home) in-home health-care, nursing services, quality of life care, and much more.
We strive to alleviate all your concerns right from the start and assure you that all of your care needs will be met.
Jason Pickerill, founder, and owner, went to school at the University of Toronto and graduated with his BSc in occupational therapy. As you probably know, everyone in Canada has access to universal healthcare services and no one is turned away because they have the wrong insurance, which is why Jason named his company Rehab For All, but I’m jumping ahead.
After graduation with his OT degree, Jason traveled Europe for 9 weeks and when he returned home, his parents had moved from Canada to the United States and instead of leaving his stuff in boxes somewhere, they brought it. So Jason lived with his parents longer than most and started his career in an acute care hospital. When at home, he helped his mom make dinner while they watched Matlock and Columbo. In the evenings he earned his MBA at the University of Pittsburgh Katz Business School.
He eventually moved out and lived in Texas, Nebraska, and Connecticut before settling in Colorado. He took a job working with kids (home health pediatrics) and he was adept at turning work into play and keeping things fun. A couple of evenings a week, Jason volunteered his O.T. services to a few families who couldn’t find providers accepting Medicaid, or who had no insurance at all. A short time later, and while expecting his 3rd child, the word spread that kids could get therapy regardless of their insurance, and Jason had more referrals than he could manage on his own. It was at this time that he quit his full-time job, completed credentialing, and reached out to two therapists to help him, and they all began working together and continue to do so today.