Our home health program is dedicated to helping seniors live independently for as long as possible. We accomplish this by providing an array of services ranging from skilled nursing and home health aides to physical therapy and medical social services.
For patients who require regular medical attention and nursing care, our Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) provide skilled services in accordance with a physician prescribed care plan designed to treat specific illnesses (CHF, Diabetes, COPD, Hypertension, etc.), promote recovery from injury or surgery, and manage pain.
Physical Therapy – Our licensed physical therapists coordinate care with the patient’s physician and our other skilled nursing and therapy staff to help patients regain basic motor skills and functional mobility. Treatment programs are primarily comprised of physical exercise programs designed to stretch and strengthen muscles and alleviate pain.
Occupational Therapy – Licensed occupational therapists work with patients and the families of patients who are unable to perform daily life activities due to life-altering medical conditions. Treatment programs are designed to assist patients to relearn general activities of daily living such as the ability to bathe, eat, dress, and perform other routine activities safely in the home environment.
Speech Therapy – Our speech therapists offer corrective and rehabilitative treatment to patients with speech and communication disorders, and to those who have lost language function ability and/or require assistance with oral communication deficiencies possibly as the result of a trauma such as a stroke.
Home Health Aide
This service is for those patients that may need assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, transferring, and walking.
Medical Social Services
Our social workers assist patients and their families with finding the necessary community resources, and counsel them on financial, personal, and social concerns that arise from a patient’s health-related problems.