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Seniors and individuals with disabilities want to live at home as long as possible. We bring assisted living services directly into your home by providing 1-on-1 nurse aide care on a live-in, hourly or overnight basis. Daily living assistance includes bathing, dressing, grooming, meals, personal hygiene, medication reminders, car transportation, companionship, shopping, hobbies and activities.
Medication non-compliance is the leading cause of unnecessary hospital readmissions and contributes to poorly managed health problems. Our pharmacy program with pill box provides single-dose packages of all of your meds, physician reconciliation, ongoing delivery of your meds and a nurse wellness check on each visit.
Personal Emergency Response System
We are an authorized provider for Connect America Medical Alert Systems, a leading provider of personal emergency response systems (PERS). Enjoy peace of mind knowing help is available 24 hours a day, at the push of a button. Monitoring centers from Connect America are based in the United States and devices are available that connect to landline or cellular.
Good Morning Sunshine
Could you or someone you know benefit from a friendly phone call each day to brighten their day? For just $75 per month, our Good Morning Sunshine service reduces the stress of seniors living alone and families that worry about them. Many situations: Recovering from an illness, death of a spouse, loneliness, accident or latchkey children.
Our skilled nursing team provides medical care in the home, including clinical assessments, wound care, intravenous therapy, chronic disease management, diabetes management, pain management, medication management, cardiac care, ostomy, catheter care and safety assessment and intervention.
Our advanced wound care program featuring MIST Therapy accelerates healing by 50%, is painless to the patient and provided in the comfort of home. Our wound care experts provide in the home treatment of burns, cellulitis, deep tissue wounds, lymphedemas, pressure ulcers, surgical wounds, traumatic wounds and venous/arterial ulcers.
Lymphedema is a chronic illness that involves severe swelling of the limbs. Swelling results from a blockage in the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. The blockage prevents lymph fluid from draining well, and the fluid buildup leads to swelling, which can be painful and debilitating. Our home treatments for lymphedema include manual lymphatic massage, multilayer bandaging techniques and application of various compressive garments to reduce tissue fluid.
Physical therapy provides treatment for loss of function, gait and transfer training, therapeutic exercises, equipment management, prosthetic training and restoring functions for activities of daily living. This type of treatment is needed when health problems make it hard to move around and do everyday tasks. It helps you move better and may relieve pain. The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier. For example, it may help with walking, going up stairs, or getting in and out of bed.
Dry Needling is a manual therapy performed by a Physical Therapist. It involves multiple advances of a filament needle into the muscle in the region of a “trigger point.” The aim of Dry Needling is to achieve a local twitch response to release muscle tension and pain. Dry needling is an effective treatment for chronic pain of neuropathic origin.
Occupational therapy is treatment to help people live as independently as possible. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who, because of illness, injury, developmental delays or psychological problems, need assistance in learning skills to help them lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives. Occupational therapists provide training to perform personal care activities, daily life skills, driving a car, performing basic physical activities and assistance with fitting splints or braces.
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders. Speech disorders occur when a person is unable to produce speech sounds correctly or fluently, or has problems with their voice or resonance. Language disorders occur when a person has trouble understanding others (receptive language), or sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings (expressive language). Swallowing disorders occur when an individual has difficulties chewing, preparing food and/or drink to swallow, and swallowing without food entering the airway (aspiration) or choking. SLPs also assess individuals who have difficulties communicating with verbal speech to determine if they are candidates for alternative/augmentative communication (AAC) systems.
Medical Social Worker
A medical social worker performs a variety of tasks to assist people who have chronic and acute healthcare. They coordinate services such as home health care, medical equipment, transportation to follow-up doctor visits and access to community resources. Duties can include assessment of the social and emotional factors related to the beneficiary’s illness, the need for care, their response to treatment, and adjustment to care. The social worker also evaluates the relationship of the medical and nursing requirements to the home situation, financial resources, and the community resources available.
We offer personal trainers to provide specialized one-on-one training for older adults ranging from typical healthy individuals, to post-rehab stroke and cardiac clients, to active senior athletes. Personal trainers provide in-home programs to improve balance, improve stability, reduce chronic pain through regular exercise, aerobic activity and strength training. Trainers also assist with healthy eating habits and nutrition planning. Personal trainers can assist you with a home exercise plan developed by our physical therapists.