Skilled nurses are RNs or LPNs with training and experience in providing care in the home. The nurse will communicate with your doctor to update your plan of care. We will partner with you to assess and coordinate needs and services. This may include skilled nursing care, help with medications, prevention of complications and education to help you reach your highest level of independence.
Physical Therapists (PTs)
Physical therapists work to restore mobility and strength of patients who are limited or disabled by physical injuries through the use of exercise, massage and other methods. They also teach patients and caregivers special techniques for walking and transfer.
Occupational Therapists (OTs)
Occupational therapists help individuals who have physical, developmental, social or emotional problems that prevent them from performing the general activities of daily living (ADLs). OTs instruct patients on using specialized rehabilitation techniques and equipment to improve their function in tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing and basic household routines.
Speech Language Pathologists
Speech language pathologists work to develop and restore the speech of individuals with communication disorders. Speech therapists also help retrain patients in breathing, swallowing and muscle control.
Social workers provide short-term counseling services, referral to and coordination with community resources and assistance with living arrangements, finances and long-range planning.
Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs)
Certified nurse assistants assist patients with ADLs such as getting in and out of bed, walking, bathing, toileting and dressing. CNA services are delivered under the supervision of a registered nurse or licensed therapist.