“The girls were all so kind and thoughtful. I always felt more optimistic after their visits.”
- Janice M. Cole
Services Provided
Registered Nurses
Registered Nurses provide support, care, and education to members of our community who need disease or medication management, wound care, and IV therapy.
Licensed Nursing Assistants
Licensed Nursing Assistants provide personal care for our clients who need assistance with bathing and dressing.
Telehealth remotely monitors a client’s health and helps patients gain greater control of their illness.
I.V. Therapy
I.V. Therapy allows the delivery of medicine, such as antibiotics, in the relative comfort of their own home.
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy provides services that help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients with injuries or disease. Treatment often includes exercise for patients who lack flexibility, strength or endurance.
Prehab An evaluation in your home by a physical therapist prior to your surgery to maximize knowledge of exercise, equipment needs, safety and plans for recovery.
Home Safety Evaluations
Home Safety Evaluations for clients of Physical Therapy, a home safety evaluation assesses the client’s home, making suggestions on how changes can be made to reduce the risk of falls.
Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy is skilled treatment that helps individuals achieve independence in all facets of their lives.
Wound Care
Disease Management
Medication Management
Medical Social Services
Medical Social Services assist both Home Care and Hospice clients with long term care issues, advance directives, caregiver stress and financial concerns related to illness.
Hospice is a special way of caring for people and their family at the end of life, focusing on the patient’s needs and wishes-and on the needs of the grieving family.
Bereavement Services
Bereavement Services support families as they cope with their loss and adjust to life without the physical presence of their loved one.
Spiritual Care
Spiritual Care helps support the patient and family’s search for hope, meaning and reconciliation.
Community Clinics
Community Clinics include Blood Pressure clinics, Foot Care Clinics and Flu Immunizations.
Pediatric Home Visits
Pediatric Home Visits by Pediatric Registered Nurses for children and adolescents with acute or chronic illness or injuries
Mother-Baby Postpartum Visits
Prenatal Home Visits
Prenatal Home Visits that help pregnant women who are Medicaid-eligible. They offer prenatal guidance, parenting skills, education, information & referrals.
Shots for Tots
Shots for Tots provide low or no cost immunizations to children birth to 18 years of age.
Pediatric Care Management
Pediatric Care Management that assists children and their families with medical, economic or social risk factors to build support systems that help the child reach their fullest potential.
Partners in Health programs
Partners in Health programs for children with chronic health conditions.
Child Development Clinics and follow-up programs
Child Development Clinics and follow-up programs provide local developmental and diagnostic evaluations for children through eight years old.