Licensed Registered Nurses are highly skilled to assist you and your physician with planning coordinating and implementing individualized assessment care and management.
Licensed Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants work to promote restorative techniques to improve strength ability, coordination and pain control.
Licensed Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapist Assistants develop a treatment program that establishes goals to improve functions that will concentrate on restoring and improving your daily activities.
Speech Language Pathologist conducts appropriate evaluations, assesses home environment (as appropriate), and identifies equipment needs relative to speech/language function. The Speech Language Pathologist identifies functional speech defects and establishes a plan of care to improve patient's function.
Clinical Social Workers assess the psychosocial status of patients related to the patient's illness and environment. They provide information and referral services for patients and families/caregivers regarding environmental needs and community resources.
Registered Dieticians develop and implement a nutritional plan based on an assessment of nutritional needs. They plan, organize, and conduct dietetic education for agency personnel. They function as member of the home care team with expertise in nutritional counseling.
Certified Home Health Aides assist patients with activities of daily living and personal care. From grooming, bathing, preparing a light meal to light housekeeping.