Professional medication management requires consistent oversight and instruction in medication use. We collaborate with physicians to ensure that patients have the medications they need and understand them correctly.
Home Health Aides provide consistent quality personal care including grooming, hygiene, dressing, walking, positioning in bed and meal assistance. Their goal is to promote patient and family/caregiver independence and participation.
Speech and language therapists work to restore and correct physical and cognitive disorders that have caused difficulty with communication and/or swallowing. Interventions are through education and functional activities.
Occupational therapists focus on assisting patients to perform a broad range of everyday activities of daily living, including regaining skills such as dressing, bathing, food preparation and general household activities.
Nurses perform numerous activities such as education in disease process and medication management, wound care, IV therapy, care coordination and oversight as well as consultation with attending physicians.