Home Health

These professionals are highly qualified to provide help with personal hygiene, simple healthcare tasks, activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), and medication reminders according to the plan of care established by the physician and supervised by a registered nurse if necessary.

         Registered Nurses & Licensed Practical Nurses

Our nurses (both RNs and LPNs) provide nursing services, perform skilled procedures, and manage medication in the patient’s home in accordance with the plan of care established by the patient’s physician.

          Home Health Aides & Certified Nursing Assistants

These professionals are highly qualified to provide help with personal hygiene, simple healthcare tasks, activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), and medication reminders according to the plan of care established by the physician and supervised by a registered nurse if necessary.

         Physical Therapists

Our physical therapists’ duties include but are not limited to: (a) performing specialized tests and measurements, (b) administering specialized treatment procedures, (c) interpretation of referrals from physicians, (d) establishment and modification of physical therapy treatment programs, (e) administering topical medication used in generally accepted physical therapy procedures when such medication is prescribed by the patient’s physician, and (f) supervision of physical therapy assistance.

          Occupational Therapists

Our occupational therapists design and administer therapy plans of care based upon physician’s orders to increase the patients’ levels of functioning in everyday life. Therapists use exercises and activities to improve or maintain strength, range of motion, and fine-motor coordination. They can also instruct patients in adapted techniques and use of adaptive equipment for meal preparation, home management, dressing, feeding, and other self-care skills. OT can be used to train patients in the use of prosthetic devices for the arms and hands to resume previous daily routines. The OT can and should participate in home assessments. Occupational therapy provides preventative therapy to maintain functional skills and instructs patients in energy conservation, joint protection, and safety techniques for sensory loss and visual field deficits. The OT can also instruct patients’ families and friends in personal care for the patients, especially proper transfer techniques to avoid back strain.

         Speech Language Pathologists/Speech Therapists

A specialist sometimes called a speech therapist or speech pathologist with a role to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders.Evaluate and diagnose speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders. A variety of qualitative and quantitative assessment methods are utilized including standardized tests, and other special instruments, in order to analyze and diagnose the nature and extent of speech, language and other impairments.