Skilled Services

Live well with Angel Care skilled services

Skilled services are those services that are rendered for homebound patients that require a different level of care. This can include physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, wound care, infusion therapy, and post operative care.

Since our clients are our purpose, we customize our care to meet your specific health needs and living situation. So, if you have a health condition that makes it difficult to leave home to see your primary care physician, we bring the doctor to you.

Angel Care, Inc promises the highest quality of care and assistance for you or your family member within the comfort of your own home. Our trained and specialized Nurses and Professional Caregivers deftly maintain a balance between professionalism, and honoring their patients’ dignity and independence.

Quality homecare you value

Quality homecare you value

Physical therapy

Respect, quality care and fun come together in our physical therapy service

Our physical therapists take care of patients in all phases of healing, from initial diagnosis through the restorative and preventive stages of recovery.

A physical therapist provides treatment and instruction to help restore a patient to his/her highest level of function. Therapy may focus on overall strengthening, or on a specific problem caused by an injury, illness or surgery. Instruction is also given to family members who are encouraged to participate in the treatment plan.

Improve your overall well-being

A physical therapist provides treatment and instruction to help restore a patient to his/her highest level of function. Therapy may focus on overall strengthening, or on a specific problem caused by an injury, illness or surgery. Instruction is also given to family members who are encouraged to participate in the treatment plan.

Our team understands the benefits of physical therapy and its ability to take advantage of the body’s natural healing ability. Through the use of exercise and carefully designed activities, we educate our patients to use their own body’s abilities to restore healing and capacity within themselves.

Physical therapists perform a variety of services:

  • Evaluate injuries and develop a plan of care
  • Educate clients about health, wellness, and safety
  • Provide manual therapies (e.g., massage and joint mobilization)
  • Use physical agents, such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation
  • Manage pain and direct therapeutic exercise
  • Train patients in daily living activities

Speech therapy

We help with those day to day tasks that become difficult as we age

Speech and language pathologists help patients who have communication difficulties, cognition disorders (problems processing information in the brain) or swallowing disorders.

We specialize in treating speech, cognitive, communication and swallowing disorders. Outside of this, we offer a wide range of services. Our speech pathologists work closely with our staff to address each client’s health problems. We do so prioritizing our patients’ quality of life and wellness as paramount.

Who needs help?

Speech and language pathologists help patients who have communication difficulties, cognition disorders (problems processing information in the brain) or swallowing disorders.

Vocal cords tend to become less elastic as they age and the larynx muscles can become weakened. This can make it difficult to speak or communicate in a normal fashion. Speech therapy can help seniors to re-learn how to speak, and will also provide vocal exercises to further facilitate this.

Speech pathologists are trained at helping seniors recover or improve their communication skills, which is often minimized due to injury, stroke, Alzheimer’s or senility. Speech pathologists can also provide eating-related therapies, such as techniques to improve chewing or swallowing.

It can be beneficial for those who are suffering from dementia to undergo speech therapy. This can help to preserve brain function associated with communication. In cases of dementia, speech therapy can help by addressing the cognitive aspects of communication, including attention, memory, and problem solving.

Occupational therapy

Our support is a deeply personal, highly sensitive care program

Our personnel are carefully trained to look after both clients and their families, creating an all-around support system they can depend on through each stage of life’s journey.

Occupational therapists are licensed rehabilitation care professionals who work to restore or improve physical abilities, promote behavioral changes, adapt surroundings, and teach new skills; the goal is to have the individual achieve her or his best physical and/or mental functioning in daily life tasks. Occupational therapists provide these services on the referral or prescription of a physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner.

When would I use the occupational services?

Occupational therapy practitioners help people adapt to a variety of challenges:

  • Developmental disabilities
  • Learning disabilities
  • Job-related injuries
  • Neurological problems
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Birth defects
  • Stroke
  • Psychosocial disorders
  • Chemical dependency
  • Age-related disorders

They help with:

  • Impaired physical functioning which hampers the ability to perform daily life tasks
  • Psychosocial problems which hamper the ability to function in daily life
  • Special needs which require modification of the physical environment and/or use of specialized equipment and technologies (e.g., changes in the home or job site for a person in a wheelchair)

Nursing care

Our visiting nurses help you & your family manage your conditions better – at home

Angel Care believes that the quality of life is the utmost priority and we plan on giving out patients the quality of life they deserve.

Home Care registered nurses coordinate the patient’s plan of care with a physician and provide skilled services on an intermittent basis. The level of care and the number of visits depend on the patient’s needs.

Registered nurses are on call 24 hours a day to answer questions, administer treatments, ensure that physicians’ orders are followed, and to provide direction and guidance to home health aides (HHAs). Nurses are also available to speak with family caregivers.

Our full continuum of skilled care services
  • High-tech nursing
  • Assistance with medical machinery, including ventilators
  • Central and peripheral intravenous drug therapy, such as chemotherapy
  • Administration and maintenance of catheters
  • PICC line dressing changes
  • Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), G-tube or other feedings
  • Epidural mediports
  • Wound care
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy
  • Blood draws and injections
  • Medication management
  • Monitoring of health status
  • Rehabilitation
  • Assessment and management of care
  • Teaching of self- or family-care techniques
  • And more…
Get clear, compassionate medical support…right in your home

Quality in-home care is no easy feat: between medications, appointments, wound care and dressings all the details have to be in place. Even if you’re getting care from a highly capable aide or loved one, you still want to have immediate access to a skilled medical professional.

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