All-at-Home Health Care
Our Physical Therapist will work with you to restore movement and function, relieve pain, and prevent further illness and injury. Physical therapists evaluate and treat problems with moving, balance, strength and conditioning. Our Physical Therapists (PT’s) and Physical Therapy Assistants (PTA’s) are highly skilled and have years of experience in treating a wide variety of patients.
Through goals that recognize and reward accomplishments, each individual is continually challenged to reach higher. Each Therapist approaches each case differently and tailors a specific program developed through careful ongoing assessment of the patient’s abilities, skills, and interests. With the approval of your physician, a team consisting of you the patient, your family, a case manager, and our program staff, we work closely to assure that the you continue to progress toward their highest personal level of development.
Our Occupational Therapists provide rehabilitative service with an emphasis on functional activities designed to restore independence in the activities of daily living, work and leisure. Individuals of all ages who have difficulty with daily activities such as hair brushing, sweeping, cooking, gardening, writing, dressing, child care, work-related activities, knitting and other vocational tasks because of a physical, mental or developmental disability can benefit from Occupational Therapy services.
Every day people of all ages experience problems that significantly affect their ability to manage their daily lives. By helping people make the most of their abilities, our Occupational Therapists can aid many of these individuals in achieving or regaining a high level of independence.
All-at-Home Health Care’s team of Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants recognize that no two diagnoses are the same. In order to help each patient with specific therapy needs, the OT, with the approval of the patient’s physician, designs a plan of care. Depending upon individual needs, a patient typically receives treatment two to three times a week. A home program may also be developed to optimize treatment time. We work with all members of the health care team to help our patients to re-adjust to their com
Our Speech/Language Pathologists evaluate and treat disorders of speech, language, communication (expressive and receptive), cognition, and swallowing. Our therapy programs are designed to maximize an individuals’ ability to communicate with her family members, caregivers, staff and within his or her community. With the approval of the patient’s physician, patient care plans are developed and implemented. Our team of Speech/Language Pathologists work closely with other allied health professionals such as physical therapists and occupational therapists along with the patient’s family member and/or home staff.
After Evaluation to Identify Specific Needs, the Speech/Language Pathologist May Provide Treatment in the Following Areas
- Expressive Communication
- Auditory Comprehension
- Reading Comprehension
- Speech Intelligibility
- Augmentative/alternate communication systems
We Do Things Differently...
- We’re not just an agency – we’re your clinical partner.
- We can provide transportation to medical appointments.
- We can attend discharge planning meetings and transport the patient home after discharge.
- We work closely with the Physician team, Social Services and Care Coordination to offer resources and solutions to ensure the patient’s goals are met within the community.
- We over-communicate with all members of the patient’s healthcare team for the best outcomes.
- We offer a 24 hour continuum of care that focuses on patient care from hospitalization, to rehab to the community.
- We use evidence-based best practices to reduce re-admissions and complications.