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Skilled Services

We offer a wide selection of skilled services to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Our professional staff conducts a thorough evaluation of each client to determine which services are needed. In most cases, a combination of two or more disciplines may be recommended.

1. Skilled Nursing

This includes specialized nursing programs such as respiratory, cardiac and stroke recovery, pain management, wound care, Alzheimer’s care, diabetes care, infusion therapy, psychiatric care, and more.

2. Physical Therapy

The health profession involved in the promotion of health, the prevention of disability and rehabilitation of clients through evaluation and treatment of conditions using agents such as manual techniques, short wave diathermy, ice, water, heat, paraffin, diapulse, laser, electrical stimulations, exercises, ultra-sound, etc.

3. Occupational Therapy

This is the health profession involved in the treatment of various physical and mental disorders via occupation of the human mind and body in purposeful activities to promote functional independence. Occupational Therapy may use a variety of tools including exercises, adaptive devices, adaptations, orthoses, physical agent modalities, etc., to improve the functional performance components.

4. Speech Language Pathology

The health profession involved in the evaluation and treatment of cognitive-linguistic/communication disorders such as aphasia, dysphasia, dysarthria, etc., and, swallowing dysfunctions (dysphagia).

5. Medical Social Workers

6. Home Health Aides

Your loved ones will be taken care of by respectable Care Givers or Home Health Aids (HHA's). Care Givers or HHA's give direct care, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, incontinence care, range of motion, and assist with ambulation; as well as assisting with light housekeeping, light meal preparation in accordance to special diets and assisting with appointments. Our HHA's or care givers are trained for emergency crises such as falls or life threatening emergencies; they are trained to communicate changes in their client's condition with the RN Case Manager.