Most of our services we can offer at the comfort at your own home. We will try to keep you safe at home. We have expertise, solicitous and enthusiastic workers dedicated to serve you which is our commitment.
Skilled nursing care is a high level of medical care that must be provided by licensed health professionals, such as registered nurses (RNs).RNs & LVNs provide patients with medication management education, IV therapies, wound care, intramuscular injections, disease process education, and catheter care. In addition, they monitor the patient to ensure medications are working effectively while communicating with the primary care physician to ensure our patient receive comprehensive care or managing the underlying causes for optimal healing.
Physical therapists are specialists in evaluating and treating disorders of the human body primarily by physical means. Our physical therapist can guide and instruct exercise to help patients/caregivers at -home to recover from an injury, relieve pain, prevent future injury or deal with a chronic condition. They will structure a treatment plan, monitor progress, and provide some manual (hands-on) support for exercises.
Occupational therapy is a profession that helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities). Occupational therapy practitioners enable people to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent—or live better with—injury, illness, or disability. Our occupational therapist work with our patients and families to develop, implement effective treatment plans and achieve the most effective results.
Speech therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. Our speech therapists are assisting patients to restore speech and swallowing abilities to improve communication and reach their optimal potential.
Medical social workers understand the stress and uncertainty that comes with recovery and can provide compassionate care and emotional support for patients and their families. This includes educating patients and their families about community assistance programs. Their main priority is ensuring all the patient’s needs, both physically and mentally, are met throughout their treatment.Our social workers are available to all patients and families to identify and manage psychosocial needs to improve the quality of life and in restoring the ability to perform daily activities after illness, hospitalization, or accident.
Home health aides are considered health care paraprofessionals. A home health aide improves the quality of life for people through professional, hands-on care and compassionate kindness. For many Right at Home patients, a home health aide or caregiver becomes a trusted friend. They must assist the patient in the activities of daily living and provide basic routine care; such as assistance in eating, bathing, brushing teeth, giving medicine, changing dressing, checking a patient's temperature and pulse rate, and helping with artificial limbs or walking aids. Our home health aide’s professionals can tend to older adults, who may need assistance while letting them keep their decision to live in their own homes. Home health aides do not provide services such as physical and occupational therapy or skilled nursing care. But they often are tasked with observing the care recipient's physical and mental health, and reporting on conditions to a registered nurse or other health care professional.
For some qualifying patients are those who are economically needy, uninsured and qualify for the who receive Medicaid or Medicare Insurance without dental benefits and would otherwise qualify for the sliding fee scale which means variable prices for products, services, or taxes based on a customer's ability to pay.