Home nursing services enable us to provide private nursing for patients with complex care needs. Often home nursing services are used when a patient cannot qualify for home health and their family needs assistance with their care.
Our nurse works with the patient, their family, and their physician to develop a plan of care. Care is provided on an intermittent or continuous basis; the schedule is dictated by the patient and their family. Home nursing services are privately paid.
Home services are non medical based services focused on assisting clients with activities of daily living and maintaining their independence. We partner with clients and their families to develop a service plan, which dictates what kind of assistance the client will need.
Home services are provided on a continuous basis; services are available from 4 to 24 hours a day. The client and family create the schedule, changeable at any time.
Home services are typically privately paid, but may be covered by long term care insurance. Veteran’s benefits also cover home services.
Physical therapists assess the patient and develop a therapy treatment program to help the patient restore function, relieve pain, and prevent disability following disease, injury, surgery, or loss of a limb.
The physical therapist will administer, instruct, and motivate the patient through exercises to improve or maintain muscle function.
An occupational therapist will also assess the patient and develop a treatment program. The occupation therapist will provide instruction and exercises in self-care, such as dressing and bathing, homemaking, or in learning to live more independently with a disability. The occupation therapist also assesses the home environment with regards to patient safety.
The speech therapist will assess, diagnose, test, and treat communication disorders. A speech therapist also helps prevent communication disorders. Speech therapists also provide bedside swallow evaluations.