Home Health Care
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Home Health Details
Home Health Nursing
This is an essential component of the Home Health process to ensure that the patient is living as normally as possible while still receiving the required medical services. And through the regular visits, our nurses establish a relationship with the patient and their families, monitor the patient’s medical condition to keep their doctor fully aware of their progress, and can address any concerns or changes to ensure that the patient is living as fully as they can. We also provide nursing assistants for any needed help with daily activities like bathing, dressing, exercising, and cooking.
Home Infusion Therapy
The infusion therapy teams are hand-picked because of their assessment skills, technical expertise, and community health experience in treating patients with cancer, AIDS, nutritional defects, leukemia, heart disease, hemophilia, MS, infections, and other health problems. We offer a variety of services which include, but are not limited to, hydration therapy, chemotherapy, anti-infective therapy, anticoagulation therapy, blood component treatment, biological response modifiers, IVIG therapy, inotropic therapy, central line maintenance, pain management, steroid therapy, and TPN therapy.
Like our home health nurses, our rehabilitation services are focused on customized and complete care. Each patient has specific needs that require a different combination of home rehabilitation therapies, and our team of therapists work with each patient’s physician to determine the particular course of care to serve that patient’s needs. All patients in rehabilitation are working to overcome their physical and emotional limitations that are caused by injury, illnesses, hospitalization, surgery, disabilities, or even the repercussions of aging, like circulatory problems or arthritis.
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy focus on improving the strength, mobility, and functionality of the body. Both make use of specialized exercises and equipment, and strategical physical training. But while physical therapy uses them to develop more normalized general movement, occupational therapy is concentrated on detailed movements of activities performed daily, like bathing, grooming, dressing, laundry, and meal prep. In both therapies, it is not merely the strength or the success of the actions they are recovering that is essential, it is also the growth of confidence and independence that is necessary for full therapeutic effect.
Speech Therapy is a comprehensive addressing of problems associated with expression; from the need to physically swallow to the ability to speak more clearly. Through speech therapy, the patients can improve cognition and memory skills as well.
Medical Social Work approaches the emotional and social pressures of illness and injuries. They share with their patients techniques and information for finding new strength within themselves and advise them where to turn for the support and comfort of others in the community.