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In-Home Therapy

Rehabilitative therapy is vital for overcoming challenges related to age, illness, or injury, especially for those with limited mobility.

Doctors often recommend physical or occupational therapy to aid in rehabilitation and help individuals return to their daily activities.

Providing therapy at home is crucial for a holistic healing journey, addressing the mind, body, and spirit, and achieving positive outcomes.

Our therapy services prioritize wellness and functionality, tailored to help individuals regain mobility and strength at their own pace within the comfort and privacy of their home.

Recuperate. Restore. Regain.

Individualized Care

With in-home therapy, the patient has the undivided attention of their therapist. This translates to a higher quality of care and better outcomes overall.

Convenience & Accessibility

Many homebound patients find it comforting to receive treatment in a familiar place, allowing them to focus on their care with few distractions.

Prevent Falls & Other Injuries

The therapist is trained to spot fall risks and other hazards within the home. By identifying and eliminating these dangers, they can help the patient avoid additional injury.

Practicality

By delivering treatment where the patient lives and performs day-to-day tasks, the therapist can provide instruction that is clear, meaningful, and helpful.

Feel better. Move better. Be better.

In-Home Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical therapy is essential for helping patients regain their independence by focusing on restoring normal mobility for a return to enjoyable activities.

It addresses issues related to age, illness, or injury, such as difficulty walking, weakness, balance deficits, falls, dizziness, and other physical challenges.

Physical therapists also assist patients in adapting to and using adaptive devices like walkers or canes.

The approach involves a personalized wellness plan based on the patient’s strengths, range of motion, flexibility, posture, and overall body awareness.

Improves endurance  |  Enhances posture (walking technique)  |  Increases mobility, motor control and strength  |  Improves coordination  |  Eases pain  |  Addresses balance  |  Promotes safety awareness

In-Home Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical therapy is essential for helping patients regain their independence by focusing on restoring normal mobility for a return to enjoyable activities.

It addresses issues related to age, illness, or injury, such as difficulty walking, weakness, balance deficits, falls, dizziness, and other physical challenges.

Physical therapists also assist patients in adapting to and using adaptive devices like walkers or canes.

The approach involves a personalized wellness plan based on the patient’s strengths, range of motion, flexibility, posture, and overall body awareness.

Improves endurance  |  Enhances posture (walking technique)  |  Increases mobility, motor control and strength  |  Improves coordination  |  Eases pain  |  Addresses balance  |  Promotes safety awareness

In-Home Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational therapy focuses on improving activities of daily living, helping individuals of all ages regain and maintain their previous levels of capability in tasks like dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, transfers, cooking, housekeeping, and home management—referred to as occupations.

This rehabilitative therapy is especially helpful for individuals coping with injury, illness, or the challenges of aging.

It addresses the frustration associated with dependence on caregivers and the isolation from enjoyable hobbies, fostering a sense of joy and independence.

OT empowers patients to gain confidence in safely performing daily activities, promoting independence and preventing self-limiting behaviors that may lead to reduced activity and an increased risk of falls.

Boosts strength, coordination and balance |  Improves specific self-care skills  |  Promotes confidence in safely performing activities of daily living | Prevents self-limiting behaviors which could result in decreased activity and increased risk of falls.

In-Home Speech Therapy
Speech therapy aims to improve communication and swallowing abilities, particularly after a stroke or brain injury. Home-based services provide personalized attention, addressing various challenges like swallowing, speech, language, voice, cognition, orientation skills, and problem-solving.

Therapy activities are customized to meet practical needs, and the home setting allows tailoring care plans based on individual environmental and social requirements.

The benefits of speech therapy include better communication, swallowing, reading, writing, and cognitive skills. It is especially helpful for individuals facing communication issues due to conditions like stroke, brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, or other medical conditions.

Therapists identify and treat these issues to enhance the patient’s ability to communicate and make informed decisions.

Improves speech and voice clarity| Increases comprehension and verbal expression | Improves chewing and swallowing ability  | Maximizes cognitive language skills: memory, problem-solving, and abstract reasoning

In-Home Speech Therapy
Speech therapy aims to improve communication and swallowing abilities, particularly after a stroke or brain injury. Home-based services provide personalized attention, addressing various challenges like swallowing, speech, language, voice, cognition, orientation skills, and problem-solving.

Therapy activities are customized to meet practical needs, and the home setting allows tailoring care plans based on individual environmental and social requirements.

The benefits of speech therapy include better communication, swallowing, reading, writing, and cognitive skills. It is especially helpful for individuals facing communication issues due to conditions like stroke, brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, or other medical conditions.

Therapists identify and treat these issues to enhance the patient’s ability to communicate and make informed decisions.

Do you qualify for Medicare-Certified Home Health?

To qualify for Medicare-certified home health, you must need skilled care (as certified by your physician) and such care needs must be on an intermittent basis. Intermittent means you need care at least once every 60 days and at most once a day for up to three weeks. This period can be longer if you need more care, but your care needs must be predictable and finite.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your care needs or eligibility, please give us a call at 1.954.923.0695.