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About Our Home Health Services

Meet the Home Health Team

You may receive care from a variety of skilled professionals who work with your health care provider to deliver care:

  • Home health aides
  • Licensed practical nurses
  • Physical therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Registered nurses
  • Speech language pathologists
  • Medical social workers

Seniors

We work with you to create an individualized care plan.

  • Teaching and education for you and caregivers.
  • Education and support if you have memory disorders or dementia.
  • Staff who specialize in congestive heart failure, infusion, palliative care, hospice and wound care and more.
  • Home adaptations to improve access and safety and reduce falls.
  • Rehabilitation therapy following total joint surgeries.
  • Occupational therapy to guide patient and caregiver in adaptive dressing and personal cares.
  • Compassionate home health aides who can perform personal cares and assist in bathing.
  • Professional guidance on when to transition to other health care settings.
  • Information on local community services

Infants, Children and Adolescents

Education and support to parents and daycare providers on children’s specific health care needs.

  • Pediatric rehabilitation; including physical, occupational and speech language therapy
  • Monitoring of high-risk infants or children, such as those with cardiac or respiratory conditions
  • Monitoring of failure-to-thrive infants; weight tracking and education on diet
  • Pediatric home infusions
  • Neonatal Intensive Care follow-up visits
  • Monitoring of growth and development of special needs infants and children while supporting the parents
  • Information on local community services