Skilled nursing care is intermittent care that can only be performed by Licensed Nurses. Types of care may include insulin administration, Patient Self-Care education, catheter care, and ostomy care.
- Comprehensive RN Physical Assessments
- Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies
- LVN Skilled Nursing Home Visits
- Diabetic Teaching and Insulin Administration
- Blood Work
- Wound Care Treatment
- Diet Supervision
Includes exercise and training on how to regain movement and strength in a body area, and how to safely and effectively use training equipment towards attaining this goal. Training includes activities of daily living such as the proper use and techniques of getting in and out of a wheel chair or bathtub.
Speech Therapy: (pathology service)
Treatment provided to regain and strengthen speech skills. Evaluate and treat swallowing disorders.
Promoting independence with activities of daily living. Examples would be new ways to eat, put on clothes, and brush hair.
Medical Social Worker:
Services designed to help with social and emotional concerns related to an illness. This involves counseling or help in finding resources in the community.