Nursing Care –
Care give or supervised by registered nurses. Nurses provide direct care; manage, observe, and evaluate a patient’s care; and teach the patient and his or her family caregiver
Physical Therapy –
Treatment of injury and disease by mechanical means, like heat, light, exercise,
Occupational Therapy –
Services given to help you return to usual activities (like bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping) after illness either on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
Speech Therapy –
Speech therapists assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. Communications problems can be present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, like a stroke.
Provide skilled nursing visits for patients with mental health disorders that affect their ability to care for themselves.Nurses assess for medication compliance, side effects and any medical issues and report back to their medical providers for medication adjustments.
Medial Social Services –
Services to help you with social and emotional concerns related to your illness. This might include counseling or help in finding resources in your community.
Home Health Aide –
Services to help you with daily living activities (like getting up, bathing, getting dressed, and making a meal).
Family Caregivers –
Provides support to our clients, helping them stay in their homes and in their communities through two districting programs: Adult Family Care and Group
Adult Family Care.
Private Pay Care–
Services that allow you to further customize your home health-care plan and receive exceptional care in the comfort of your home.