homehealth

Home Health Care

Home health care is skilled care provided by credentialed healthcare professionals, including nurses, therapists and social workers. It includes skilled nursing — such as IV therapy, wound care, pain management and diet instructions — as well as physical, speech, and occupational therapy. Home health can be covered by Medicare if the patient:

  • Is under the care of a physician
  • Requires skilled care services (from an RN, LPN, PT, PTA)
  • Needs intermittent care (versus long-term, continuous care)
  • Is homebound

It also can be covered by private insurance. Contact your insurance provider for more details.

Skilled Nursing Services

Our highly trained nurses coordinate all services ordered by a physician and understand the importance of regular communications with physicians, patients, and families. Through extensive training, they stay current with the latest technologies, procedures and skills, including:

  • Complete physical assessments
  • Disease management and education
  • Venipuncture and other lab work
  • Enteral feeding care and instructions
  • IV therapy
  • Catheters
  • Injections
  • Wound care and instructions
  • Diabetic care and instructions
  • Ostomy care and instructions
  • Pain management
  • Comprehensive medication management and education
  • Diet instructions
  • Tracheostomy care and teaching

Therapy

Physical Therapy

Maintaining the strength, endurance and flexibility of patients is key to recovery and improved quality of life. Our physical therapists employ the latest technologies to treat patients’ motor function limitations using:

  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Transfer training
  • Gait training
  • Ultrasound
  • Electro-therapy
  • Prosthetic training
  • Fabrication of temporary devices
  • Muscle re-education
  • Pulmonary physical therapy

Speech Therapy

Whether patients suffer from speech, communication or swallowing disorders, our therapists work to improve all aspects of communication, using the latest techniques for:

  • Voice disorders treatment
  • Speech articulation disorders treatment
  • Language disorders treatment
  • Dysphasia treatments
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Non-oral communication

Occupational Therapy

Getting back to work, play and independent living are all important steps to recovery. Our therapists work closely with patients to help them return to normal life. Treatments include:

  • Daily living skills
  • ADL compensatory technique training
  • Muscle re-education
  • Perceptual motor training
  • Fine motor coordination
  • Neuro-developmental treatment
  • Sensory treatment
  • Orthotics/splinting
  • Adaptive equipment fabrication and training