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We offer compassionate, top-notch care that enables people to receive the medical and personal support they need while staying in the comfort of their homes. Our proficient team is committed to assisting our clients to achieve optimal health outcomes, as well as sustaining their independence and dignity.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can help individuals improve their ability to speak, understand, and express themselves. It can also assist in treating communication and speech disorders such as stuttering, voice disorders, and language delays. Speech therapy can benefit people of all ages, from young children to adults.

Diabetic Education

Diabetes education can assist individuals in effectively managing their diabetes and living a healthy lifestyle. It can offer guidance on monitoring blood sugar levels, administering medication, and making dietary modifications. Furthermore, diabetes education can aid in avoiding long-term complications and enhancing the individual’s overall quality of life.

Lymphedema Therapy

Lymphedema therapy is a technique that helps to ease swelling and discomfort for individuals with a blocked or damaged lymphatic system. The therapy uses methods such as compression bandaging, manual lymphatic drainage, and exercise to encourage lymphatic circulation and reduce swelling. It can improve the quality of life of those with lymphedema and prevent complications like infections.

Wound Care

Effective wound care is crucial to encourage healing and avoid infections. It can reduce the probability of complications, including the expansion of infection, tissue harm, and scarring. Moreover, regular wound care can alleviate pain and enhance an individual’s general quality of life.

Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy is a medical procedure in which medication or fluids are delivered directly into a patient’s bloodstream through a vein, bypassing the digestive system. This technique can be utilized to administer various treatments, such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, and pain management medication. Infusion therapy can enable individuals to obtain required medications promptly and effectively, leading to better treatment results.

Cardio-Pulmonary Care

Cardio-pulmonary care helps patients manage and treat conditions affecting the heart and lungs, such as COPD, heart failure, and arrhythmias. This may involve interventions such as medication management, oxygen therapy, mechanical ventilation, and cardiac rehabilitation. The goal of cardio-pulmonary care is to improve patient outcomes, increase functional capacity, and improve the overall quality of life for individuals with these conditions.

Tracheostomy & Ostomy Care

Tracheostomy and ostomy care maintain the health and well-being of patients who have had these procedures. Tracheostomy care involves maintaining a patent airway, preventing infection, and ensuring adequate ventilation for patients with breathing difficulties. Ostomy care involves managing the stoma and surrounding skin, preventing infection, and providing proper nutrition for patients with a colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy. Proper care of these devices can prevent complications, improve quality of life, and reduce hospital readmissions.

Pre & Post Surgical Care

Proper pre and post-surgical care is essential for ensuring the best possible outcomes for patients. This involves a comprehensive assessment of the patient’s health status, management of pre-existing medical conditions, preparation for the surgical procedure, monitoring of vital signs, pain management, infection prevention, and appropriate wound care to promote healing and recovery.

Anticoagulant Therapy

Anticoagulant therapy is a type of medication used to prevent blood clots from forming or to dissolve existing blood clots. It is commonly used to prevent and treat conditions such as deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, stroke, and heart attack. However, anticoagulants can increase the risk of bleeding and therefore require careful monitoring and management.

Physical Therapy

We assist individuals in recovering from injuries or illnesses by using exercises and other techniques to improve their physical function and mobility. This can help manage chronic conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and cardiovascular disease. Additionally, physical therapy can help prevent future injuries by identifying and addressing potential risk factors.

Occupational Therapy

This therapy focuses on helping people of all ages achieve and maintain their daily life activities or occupations. It includes improving fine motor skills, cognitive functioning, and emotional regulation to support independent living, work, and leisure activities. We work with individuals with disabilities, injuries, or illnesses, as well as those seeking to optimize their overall health and wellness.

Medical Social Worker

We help clients and their families navigate the healthcare system and cope with the social, emotional, and practical issues that can arise during an illness or injury. They may provide counseling, connect patients with community resources, assist with discharge planning, and advocate for clients’ rights. We work closely with healthcare teams to address clients’ social and emotional needs as part of their overall medical care.

What Else Can We Offer?

We coordinate physician coverage for those who need a doctor and can arrange for primary care physicians to see patients in their homes. We also help patients find homemakers, companions, and sitters as needed. Even if patients already have a primary care physician, we can still assist by having visiting doctors report progress. Additionally, we coordinate the provision of medical equipment and supplies through low-cost DME vendors to provide comprehensive support to patients.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
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