For older adults, people with chronic illnesses or coming home from surgeries, home may be the safest place to get care. Our medical services makes it possible to practice social distancing while also getting the essential, ongoing medical care that you need while helping to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations. We specialize in helping you reach your personal recovery goals in the privacy and safety of your own home, whether it’s after surgery, a hospital stay, or managing a chronic illness.
Our team of Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses have been thoroughly trained to meet the challenges of their field and are required to attend continuing educational classes to stay up-to-date with the latest changes, discoveries, and treatments in the medical field.
- Disease Specific Management
- Pain Management
- Wound Care / Dressing Changes
- Medication Management
- IV Therapy Management
- Observation and Assessment
- Skilled Procedures
- Patient / Caregiver Education
- Injections and Blood Draws
- Post Surgical Care
- Diabetic Care and Education
- Care Provided to ALL Ages
Do you have a hard time moving safely and effectively around your environment?
Our physical therapists can help. As movement experts, PTs help people improve mobility, manage pain and other chronic conditions, recover from injury, and prevent future injury and chronic disease. Through prescribed exercise, hands-on treatment and patient education, we assist you in reaching your physical health and mobility goals.
Are you struggling with day-to-day activities at home, work, school or in the community?
Our occupational therapists are here to assist you with everyday tasks, also known as occupations. By applying therapeutic analysis to daily activities, we help people in every stage of life acquire the skills they need to take care of themselves and others. In addition to treating underlying problems related to strength, dexterity, sensory processing, and balance and cognition, occupational therapy practitioners utilize a summary of your history and experiences, daily living patterns, values, and interests to develop an individualized, client-centered intervention that helps you thrive.
Do you have difficulty speaking, understanding language or chewing and swallowing food?
Speech-language pathologists are experts who assess, prevent, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. We use patient and family-centered methods to develop effective treatment options that lead to enhanced skills for social, emotional, educational, and employment opportunities. Treatment increases independence and can halt or slow the progression of a disability. Our team carefully designs a set of skills and strategies that keep you competent in all situations.
Medical Social Worker
Facilitate long term planning to promise independence and provide opportunities to take advantage of variety of community resources designed to assist the elderly with their personal concerns and help alleviate their troubles.