Professional nursing services are provided in accordance with the plan of care and are case managed by licensed Registered Nurses who may also be the visiting nurse assigned. Additionally, case managers may use LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurses) who service cases under the supervision of the RN and assist in the implementation of the plan of care.
Occupational therapists treat disabled, ill or injured patients with special equipment and the therapeutic use of daily activities. They help patients improve, regain and develop the skills needed for day to day life and work.
Home health aides assist clients who are unable to care for themselves or perform daily tasks such as cooking, cleaning, dressing, and bathing. They may also perform basic medical services such as checking vital signs. They may provide long-term care or intermittent care. Some specialize in geriatric care , Mental and Behavioral care.
Physical therapy services are provided in accordance with the plan of care and are case managed by qualified, licensed Physical Therapists who may act as the primary case manager in the absence of the nursing discipline. Additionally, PT case managers may assign PTAs (Physical Therapy Assistants) who service cases under the supervision.
Speech therapists diagnose and treat people of all ages with speech, language and communication difficulties. Working with other professionals in multidisciplinary teams, the therapist works closely with patients and their families to establish a treatment program to help each patient communicate as effectively as possible.
Social workers help clients handle everyday life problems. They often assist clients who have issues caused by neglect, abuse, domestic violence, mental health and parental substance abuse. Clinical social workers may also diagnose and treat mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.
Other services provided by our agency include:
Personal Care Aide / Worker