For many patients, recovering at home is much more comfortable and productive than being anywhere else. By trusting highly trained healthcare professionals to come to your home, it’s possible to more quickly regain strength and enjoy a higher quality of life.
“Whether you are recovering from surgery or trauma, or are managing a chronic illness, our focus is on improving your quality of life and level of independence, helping you achieve health goals and be safe in your own home.” — Darla Wilson, Chief Administrative Officer
Our dedicated staff offers significant experience in occupational, physical, and speech therapies with services designed to promote physical and emotional healing and rehabilitation.
Occupational Therapy addresses safety and independence with self-care or daily activities such as bathing, dressing, toileting, meal preparation and laundry. Our therapists also support individuals with instructions and training for low vision, fall prevention and use of durable medical equipment, home modifications and lymphedema therapy.
Physical Therapy focuses on fall prevention and helping patients return to their community activities by addressing safety and independence with mobility and transfers, including training for the use of devices such as a walker, cane or wheelchair. To improve function, our therapists plan and implement individualized home exercise programs to improve strength, balance and flexibility.
Speech Therapy addresses communication skills (including speaking, listening, reading and writing), problem solving and memory. Our therapy team also works to improve swallowing function. Training is provided along with activities and recommendations to promote safety and improvement in these areas.
Nursing Services are also available in HomeCare. Nursing may provide physical assessment, education on disease process and/or medications, medication setup, wound care and IV medications.
Social Services are available to help individuals access community assistance, complete advance directives and assist with financial needs.
Home Health Aide Services assist with self-care activities such as bathing and personal hygiene needs, as directed by a nurse or occupational therapist.