Today, there are a wide range of health health services that can be provided in the home. This means that more people can remain in the comfort of their home while they are recovering from a hospital stay or if they just need some additional assistance and support to continue to live independently. Home care is typically less expensive and more convenient. According to national surveys, it’s what most people say they would choose if they needed additional help. For more information click to visit our home office site.
Everyone knows that proper nutrition contributes to the best possible health. This is especially true for older individuals and those who have chronic diseases. Poor physical health, depression and loneliness can also play a key role in poor eating habits. Many older adults who experience these conditions neglect their nutritional needs, and this can lead to more serious medical problems. For example, it is essential for a person with diabetes to control the amount of sugars and starches in his or her diet and for someone suffering from hypertension to cut out salt from their diet. For more information click to visit our home office site.
Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy
Skilled therapy services are provided by physical or occupational therapists or by speech language pathologists include working with a wide variety of adult and pediatric patients who are functionally or cognitively impaired. Their purpose is to improve the patient’s functional status and move him/her toward safe independence in their home or community. Therapists also provide specialty services to patients experiencing joint replacement surgery. For more information click to view our home office site.
Wound Care Treatment