Our Team

Home Nurse 4Skilled Nurse

Care is given by a Registered Nurse or Licensed Vocational Nurse. Our nurses provide direct care and educate the patients and or caregiver to take part in the healing process. Examples of skilled nursing care include, but are not limited to, education, monitoring of vital signs, dressing changes, and medication management.

Physical Therapist

Physical Therapists provide treatment of an injury or disease by mechanical means, such as heat, light, exercise and massage. Our therapists also educate patients and caregivers regarding how to maintain a safe home environment.

Speech Therapist

Speech Therapists assist with problems involving speech, language and swallowing. Communication problems can present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, such as a stroke. Speech therapists work with patients and caregivers to provide strategies to assist with communication.

Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapists provide services that assist our patients in returning to their usual activities, such as bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping. Their services may include a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s home environment, recommendations for adaptive equipment and training in its use, and guidance and education for family members and caregivers.

Medical Social Worker

Social Workers can be very beneficial to patients needing care at home. They provide information and resources to help the patient remain safe and cared for in their own homes. The social worker provides education and aid in setting up community resources to assist with any medical, psychological or social assistance that may be needed.

Home Health Aide

Home Health Aides assist with personal care and activities of daily living during the recovery process. The care provided may include bathing, grooming, assistance with getting dressed, linen changes and light meal preparation.