Skilled nurses (RN/LPN) specialize in individualized care by working closely with the primary care physician to develop an appropriate care plan. Services include disease education and management medication teaching and management ? wound care management, laboratory monitoring, nutritional assessment and education, ostomy care, post surgical care, IV infusion and monitoring, Care coordination
Physical Therapists work to help patients regain physical mobility, increase range of motion and strength to improve patient's quality of life and encourage an independent function. Therapists assist and/or train patients with gait training, use of walkers, wheel chairs, artificial limbs, etc., and pain control.
Occupational Therapists help each patient to improve the performance of activities of daily living. Activities may include eating, bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting. Therapists assess the need for adaptive equipment to promote independence and functional safety.
Home Health aides provide assistance in activities of daily living. This is important in achieving optimal independence. Each aide works under the supervision of a registered nurse.
Services include educating and counseling patients and their families with personal or financial issues that can become disorganized while recovering from an illness or disability.