Home Health Services
Our team of caregivers includes healthcare professionals who can provide these services:
Nurses work with the patient, family and physician to develop a plan of care designed to restore the patient to their maximum level of independence at home. Skilled nursing services include physical assessment, health teaching, nursing procedures, and monitoring patients with complicated medical needs.
Physical Therapists evaluate the patient and together with the physician develop an exercise program that will ensure that patient’s remain active and safe in their homes. Physical Therapy services include balance and coordination exercises, gait training, teaching the use of assistive devices and home safety.
Occupational Therapists work with patients who have lost all or some of their upper body function. Occupational Therapists work with patients to help them regain independence with activities such as grooming, bathing, dressing and other day-to-day activities. Occupational Therapists also teach patients safe use of assistive devices.
Speech Pathologists provide assessment and evaluation for patients who have experienced neurological and cognitive disorders such as a stroke. Speech Pathologists work on both cognitive (memory, learning, communication) and functional (swallowing and speech) impairments. Their goal is for the patient to be safe at home and to regain the ability to communicate with loved ones.
Home Health Aides
Certified Home Health Aides assist patients with grooming, bathing, toileting and other personal cares as assigned by the nurse. These services not only help the patient feel better but also contribute to the patient's overall health and well-being.
Medical Social Work
Medical Social Workers work with the patient and family to provide information about community resources, financial planning, and various support groups. Medical Social Workers also provide limited counseling for patients and families in need of support services.
Patient & Family Education
Patient and family education is an important part of home health care. The involvement of the patient and family members in the treatment plan often improves the effectiveness of the plan.
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