Our Services

Home health

Skilled Nursing

Home Care Nursing is designed to teach patients and family caregivers how to manage health conditions in the home and ultimately to avoid unnecessary hospitalizations. The nurse’s role includes patient observation, assessment, chronic disease management and treatment, and teaching. It also includes communication and care coordination with the doctor.

Home Care Nursing may include:
  • Diabetes education
  • Cardiac education
  • Easier Breathing techniques
  • Blood Pressure and vital sign monitoring
  • Simple Diagnostics
  • Teaching about health conditions and how to avoid complications
  • Wound care and dressing changes
  • Administering IV medications and injections
  • Management of feeding tubes
  • Ostomy and Colostomy care
  • Catheter care
  • Foot care
  • Pain management
  • Medication reconciliation
  • Dementia strategies
  • Post-operative care
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Physical Therapy

PT exercises and modalities are intended to help patients return to the highest level of physical function when bones, muscles, joints, and/or nerves are affected by injury, illness, disease, disability or general aging. Physical Therapists will educate patients on safe techniques for walking, transferring, ambulating on uneven surfaces, home exercise programs to improve Range of Motion, and non-medication musculoskeletal pain management.

When Home Physical Therapy may be applicable:
  • Walking difficulties
  • Stair climbing challenges
  • Difficulty getting in/out of chair or bed
  • Back Pain
  • Joint pain
  • Lower body weakness
  • Balance problems
  • Falls or at risk of falls
  • Shortness of breath with minimal exertion
  • Weakness following surgery or hospitalization
  • Stroke recovery
  • Arthritis
  • Parkinson’s Disease, M.S., or other neurological conditions
  • Amputation
  • Spinal cord injuries
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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on the skills required to perform every day activities which may have become difficult due to age related changes, disease processes, or disability. Occupational Therapists teach personalized strategies to restore independence with activities of daily living such as bathing, cooking, dressing and more.

When Home O.T. may be applicable:
  • Stroke recovery
  • Arthritis
  • Neuropathy in hands
  • Difficulty dressing, grooming, toileting, or bathing
  • Memory and organization of thoughts are problematic
  • Re-education with basic life skills
  • Poor vision
  • Meal preparation and eating challenges
  • Poor balance with sitting, standing, or walking
  • Difficulty getting in and out of bathtub or shower
  • Difficulty getting in and out of a vehicle
  • Upper body pain or weakness
  • Poor safety awareness
  • Difficulty with medication management strategies
  • Need for adaptive equipment
  • Falls during Activities of Daily Living
  • New Prosthetic devices
  • Life Transitions
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Home Health Aide

The role of the home health aide is to assist with hygiene and bath visits under the direction of the nurse. Complete Home Health Care Aides work hand in hand with the nurses and therapists for an individualized plan of care. They are trained in a variety of tasks. For example, they can assist with simple exercises. They may help patients with walking and transferring. Additionally, they may assist with activities of daily living or even simple dressing changes. Hygiene, grooming, and bathing are an important part of many patient care plans. These are the most common care elements requested of our home health aides.

Speech Language Pathology

Helps to improve speech, language, voice, cognition, and swallowing issues.
  • Memory training
  • Swallowing training