Our Services

We know there’s no place like home when you are recovering from an illness or injury. Our licensed health care workers provide home care for patients following surgery, recovering from an illness or needing additional care following a hospitalization or a stay at an in-patient facility. Our skilled home care services includes nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

Our multilingual and multicultural staff work diligently to provide the best level of care to optimize the health and well-being of our patients. Our services allow patients to stay in a family setting in their own home while receiving the care they need.

Our services include:

Nurses
Wound Care
Diabetic Care
Pain Assessment and Management
Pulmonary Care
Tube Feeding, G-Tube Care and Teaching
Catheter Care and Change
Infusion Therapy
Evaluation of Home Environment
Cardiac and post-op care
In-home infusion / IV
Indwelling catheter care
Medication management
Patient and Caregiver teaching
Health assessments including blood pressure monitoring and other vital signs, glucose monitoring, post operation monitoring and telemonitoring
Teaching about diseases and treatment
Ostomy/colostomy teaching and management
IV management
Medication reconciliation and reports to doctors or pharmacists
Injections
Heparin flushes
Management of urinary catheters
Management of tubes, drains and bags
Anti-Coagulation Therapy
Cancer Care
Care for New or Exacerbated Diagnoses
Dehydration Awareness

Physical Therapists
Functional mobility
Gross motor coordination
Transfer training
Lymphedema treatment
Educate patients and caregivers
Develop home exercise programs
Assess patients’ needs for assistive devices
Fall risk reduction, through balance training and recommendations on safety
Pain, Strength and Balance
Sensation
Edema
Range of motion
Specialized care
Orthopedic
Spinal Injuries
Sports Injuries
Muscle Strains
Back Injuries
Cervical Injuries
Occupational Therapists
Home Safety
Pain assessment and management
Upper extremity strength and range of motion
Coordination
Vision and perception
Cognition
Sensation
Home exercise programs
Patient education
Work simplification
Energy conservation
Joint protection
Adaptive equipment assessment and instruction
Independent living training
Specialized Care
Stroke
Orthopedic Surgeries
Arthritis
Spinal Cord Injuries
Cardiac Problems
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Speech Therapists
Adaptive speech devices
Aural (hearing) rehabilitation
Non-oral communication
Dysphagia (swallowing)
Eating and swallowing strategies
Home speech and language exercise program
Communication options/alternatives
Home safety
Speech
Language
Cognition
Patient and caregiver education
Specialized Care
Autism
Cerebral Palsy
Developmental Delays
Cranial Nerve Damage
Dyslexia
Trachea tube care and maintenance
Language Delays

Home Health Aides
Assist with client’s personal care activities
Monitor patients (vital signs, temperature, respiration, etc.) and report on their condition
Maintain patients care records and document provided services
Instruct and counsel patients and families on diet and exercise
Collect routine specimens
Provide companionship and basic emotional or psychological support
Social Workers
Community resource planning and coordination
Advance directives (Power of Attorney for Health Care or Living Will)
Assistance in emotional adjustments to life changes
Crisis intervention
Assistance with applications for financial aid
Counseling with life-style changes
Teaching regarding coping with loss and change
Grief counseling/coping with impending loss