Our goal is to help you regain your independence as quickly as possible from the comfort of your own home by partnering with your doctor to develop a personalized care plan and teach you the skills that are necessary to maintain that plan.
Our staff includes nurses, therapists and social workers to make sure you are getting the exact care you need to achieve a positive patient outcome.
Skilled nurses provide you with assessment, monitoring and education. They also provide certain medical treatments and assist with chronic disease management. Our on-call staff is available 24 hours a day to make sure you can access care when you need it.
Medical social workers can inform you and your caregivers of resources throughout your community that may assist in your recovery and help navigate challenges you may experience due to your medical condition.
Physical therapists can help increase your quality of life through strength-building and mobility exercises, educate you about the proper way to use new devices that have been prescribed and help prevent further injuries or complications.
Occupational therapists work with you to improve your independence and ability to perform self-care activities, compensate for loss of function, adapt to your environment and learn to manage low vision.
Speech therapists assist with your communication and language skills and help you manage swallowing disorders.
IN-HOME ASSESSMENT, MONITORING AND THERAPY
Our skilled nurses provide assessment, monitoring for and education about many diseases and conditions, including diabetes, pulmonary conditions, cardiac-related diseases, vascular disease, orthopedic conditions and neuromuscular disorders. Our nurses also offer in-home care post-hospitalization, post-surgery and post-rehabilitation and assist with our patients’ medication management.
Physical and occupational therapists assist with the care of these diagnoses to help provide positive outcomes for our patients.