Our registered nurses work with the physician to administer skilled nursing to patients requiring intermittent professional nursing services in their homes. They teach and supervise the family and other members of the nursing team. All nursing services are performed in accordance with physician’s orders, an individualized care plan and under the direction and supervision of our Director of Nursing.
Ostomy Care and Teaching
Diabetic Care and Education
Our licensed physical therapists are concerned with helping patients to increase strength and flexibility, especially after they have been injured or as their health deteriorates. They help in the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention.
Walk Training and Exercises
Home Exercise Program
Symptom Control Education
Occupational therapists help patients perform a variety of tasks in working and living environments. Patients include those who suffer from a disabling condition. Therapists develop or recover the basic skills they may have lost due to a mental, emotional, developmental, or physical disability. The occupational therapist works under the supervision of the primary physician and the Director of Nursing.
Activities of Daily Living Training
Perpetual Motor Training
Fine Motor Training
Our certified speech therapists provide skilled intervention and techniques for communication and swallowing disorders. In coordination with the patient’s physician, our speech therapist will assist the patient with compensatory techniques for Memory, Communication, and Swallowing.
Voice Disorder Treatments
Medical Social Work
Our medical social worker (MSW) assesses the social and emotional factors of the patient and family in the home in order to estimate the patient’s capacity or potential to cope with problems of daily living as it relates to the physician’s plan of care. The MSW supports the patient and family to understand the medical recommendations being presented to them. They also utilize available community resources to assist patients to resume life in the community or to learn to live within his/her disability.
Social and Emotional Factors
Community Resource Planning
Short Term Therapy
Homemaking & Personal Care
Provides services for the client on a non-medical level, so that they are able to avoid institutionalization and better maintain their functional level, increasing the client’s independence. Services are based on a professional care plan and can range from medication reminders to full-assist including bathing, mouth care, clothing preparation/dressing, skin, hair and nail care, bowl and bladder assistance, mobility assistance, household or outdoor care, medical supplies or errands.
Bathing, Shaving, Hair Care
Assistance with Exercise
Preparation of Meals
Supervised by Registered Nurse
Accompanying clients to clinics, physician’s office or on
trips needed for treatment
Call us at (970) 565-7134 or email us today to begin receiving services for you or your loved one and learn the difference having a Guardian Angel can make.