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Physical Therapy

■  An initial evaluation/assessment is done by licensed physical therapists to diagnose and treat patients in rebuilding strength, endurance and balance.  Specialized exercise plans are created specifically for each individual patient to best meet their needs and goals.  Treatment may include but not limited to: strengthening muscles, regaining mobility/independence, alleviating muscular/joint pain,  as well as educating and training the patient and their family members on additional at home exercises.

Occupational Therapy

■  An initial evaluation/assessment is done by licensed occupational therapists to diagnose and treat patients in relearning activities of daily living (ADLs).  Specialized treatment plans are created specifically for each individual with the main focus on creating an adaptive environment to fit the patient’s needs and goals.  Treatment programs created to relearn activities of daily living may include but not limited to: bathing, eating, dressing, and educating the family members on being a part of the patient’s recovery.

Speech Therapy

■  An initial evaluation/assessment is done by licensed speech therapists to diagnose and treat patient in relearning communication skills.  Specialized oral-motor exercise plans are created specifically for each individual to strengthen the muscles used in speech.  Treatment programs may include but not limited to: speech drills to improve clarity/articulation, re-developing the skills to produce words/sounds, comprehending visual and verbal speech, and being able to express one’s thoughts and needs.

Home Health Aide (HHA)

■  A certified home health aide provides assistants to the patient in the comfort of their home.  HHAs work under the direct supervision of an RN or LVN to provide personal care to the patients.  This would include but not limited to: exercises, bathing, cooking, light household cleaning, transportation to doctor visits and monitoring the patient’s condition and well-being.

Skilled Nursing

■  A registered (RN) or licensed vocational nurse (LVN) provides intermittent skilled nursing services under the care orders of the patient’s physician.  Care plans are created specifically for each individual to treat specific illnesses and to maintain the patient’s health.  Treatment programs may include but not limited to: wound care, intravenous injections, insertions of catheters, pharmaceutical intakes, and educating patients on their goal plans.

Medical Social Services

Medical social workers counsel patients and their families on personal and social concerns that derive from the patient’s health issues.  Medical social workers take the time to form a relationship with the patient and their families on a personal basis to evaluate problems and create solutions that are in the families’ best interests.

Service Area

Dallas/ Ft. Worth Metroplex

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