Examples of skilled home health services include:
* Wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound
* Patient and caregiver education
* Intravenous or nutrition therapy
* Occupational therapy
* Monitoring serious illness and unstable health status
We’ll Tailor a Program to Your Needs
After an illness, injury or diagnosis, you just want to feel normal again. What goals do you have in mind?
* Get better and stronger
* Regain your independence
* Become as self-sufficient as possible
* Maintain your current condition or level of function
* Slow decline
Our Staff is ready to serve:
- Nurses: Our nurses work with your physician, make certain that you understand your health issues and can assist you to manage your health with the best possible results.
- Physician Therapists: Our physical therapists can safely and expertly increase your strength and stability while improving your day-to-day functions and balance.
- Occupational Therapists: Our occupational therapists can enhance your independence and safety while making suggestions about how to perform daily tasks more efficiently.
- Speech Therapists: These clinicians assist clients with memory issues, swallowing and communication challenges. This includes designing individual plans for those who experience short-term memory loss.
- Social Workers: By partnering with you and your family, these resource experts can offer all the options and support available to you through various community resources. These professionals are your key to opening the door to many unknown or underutilized services.
- Home Health Aides: These caring professionals offer personal care assistance, such as making certain you are safe in the shower or bath.
Typical services and checks:
* Check what you’re eating and drinking.
* Check your blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, and breathing.
* Check that you’re taking your prescription and other drugs and any treatments correctly.
* Ask if you’re having pain.
* Check your safety in the home.
* Teach you about your care so you can take care of yourself.
* Coordinate your care. This means they must communicate regularly with you, your doctor, and anyone else who gives you care.