Home Health Aide

If you or someone you care about is having trouble living at home, your solution could be as easy as getting assistance from our home health-aide services. The service is commonly used by the elderly population to make living at home easier. Not only have the elderly benefited from this service, though. Those who are recovering from illness or accidents regardless of age profit as well.


Skilled Nursing

Our in-home skilled nursing team may be able to help. Whether you have private insurance, Medicaid or Medicare, you may qualify for this support. Most patients find that they are happier and nurtured better by staying in their own homes as long as possible. There is a level of comfort and affection at home that is hard to achieve in an out-of-home setting. More interaction with family just naturally happens. Staying at home solves the problem of family members having to go to a facility to see their loved ones, too.


Physical Therapy

When most people think of physical therapy, they immediately picture going to an outpatient building. What many do not realize is that physical therapy is something that can happen in the home as well. This is especially helpful for patients dealing with impairments that make it difficult to go to an appointment outside of the home.


Speech Therapy

Most individuals don’t think twice when it comes to speaking. It just happens naturally and is something we’ve done since our earliest days. It’s easy to take for granted how important speech is to performing daily tasks and relating to others. When a speech problem arises for a patient, it can be very troubling and embarrassing.


Case Management

When you or someone you love is struggling with a complex health problem, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are specialists, physical therapists, nurses and many others working hard to improve your health. It’s natural and normal to feel overwhelmed in that situation.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy, like physical therapy, is commonly practiced in an outpatient setting. Your family doctor will first decide whether you need occupational therapy. After that, if it’s determined that it would be too difficult for you to meet with an occupational therapist outside of the home, you can receive the same assistance at home.


Medical Social Services

If you or a loved one is experiencing an illness or injury that makes it difficult to function, our medical social services program can assist you. Many individuals with illness don’t realize how much help is out there for them in the form of social services.


We believe the heart of healthcare is service to people and the community.