Nurses provide direct care (managing, observing, and evaluating rendered services) and supervise caregivers, who see to the day-to-day needs of the patient. Nurses also provide education to the patient and patient’s family.
Physical therapists provide treatment of injury and disease by mechanical means such as heat, light, exercise, and message.
Services given to help the patient return to usual living activities (like bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping) after illness; can be provided on either an inpatient or outpatient basis.
Speech therapists assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. The communication problems addressed in speech therapy include both those present from birth as well as those which develop after an injury or illness, such as a stroke.”
Skilled nurses visit patients with mental health disorders that affect their ability to care for themselves. Areas assessed by nurses include medication compliance, potential side effects of medication, and medical issues. Any problems are reported to the patient’s medical providers, including in the case of necessary medication adjustment.
Medical Social Services
Help patient cope with with social and emotional concerns related to illness. This might include service such as counseling or help finding resources in the patient's community.
Home Health Aide
Services provided help patients with daily living activities (such as getting up, bathing, getting dressed, and making a meal).
Services provide support to patients, helping them stay in their homes and in their communities. These services are provided through two districting programs: Adult Family Care and Group Adult Family Care.
Private Pay Care
Allows for futher customization of home health care plans.
We are contracted with multiple Elder Services to provide services to the elderly.
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