Our highly skilled team of nurses performs a comprehensive clinical assessment and provides medical treatments such as medication management, diabetic care and monitoring, wound care, infusion therapy and tube feeding, lab draws, bedsore prevention and care, ostomy care, cardiac care, pain management, and education.
Physical therapists are licensed healthcare professionals that can identify and treat movement problems, help patients reduce pain and gain strength, ambulation, balance, and range of motion. Physical therapists develop individual therapy plans that take into account each client’s medical condition and goals to help them improve, restore or maintain mobility.
Occupational therapists are licensed health care professionals who can provide recommendations and training for adaptive equipment and help clients with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, grooming, cooking, and eating. The goal is to help individuals regain their independence while improving their quality of life and safety in the home.
Speech-language therapy is important in helping clients communicate what they are feeling and what they need while helping to maintain social connections with family and loved ones. Cognitive communication issues and swallowing challenges also can be part of a client’s speech-language therapy goals to help them communicate more effectively and eat and drink more safely.
Medical Social Work
Licensed social workers assess the social and emotional aspects of clients’ lives, as well as relationships with family and loved ones. They work directly with clients to help them feel better and connect with helpful community resources.
Home Health Aides
For clients who require skilled nursing services, Medicare, and most insurance plans often cover home health aides to help with activities of daily living such as bathing, cooking, dressing and more.