Providing the highest quality care in the most cost-effective manner. Our goal is to help individuals regain and maintain their independence.
Home Health Aide
Provides health care tasks, personal hygiene services, housekeeping tasks and other related support services essential to the consumer’s health.
Personal Care Aide
Assist elderly or disabled adults with daily living activities at the person’s home or in a daytime non-residential facility. Duties performed at a place of residence may include keeping house (making beds, doing laundry, washing dishes) and preparing meals.
Responsible for managing the resources of their household. Homemakers may also perform general housekeeping chores and personal services, or they may assign them to other members of the household.
Provide a clean, sanitary comfortable, orderly and satisfying surroundings for the clients.
Professionals who work with clients that have sustained disabilities, impairments, or limitations in their overall physical function.
Professional responsible for a patient’s rehabilitation into his or her living and working environment. Like physical therapists, they help patients to manipulate their bodies, prosthetic and even medical technology in a way that promotes healing and mobility.
A speech pathologist or a speech therapist treats individuals grappling with communication problems associated with the voice, fluency, language and speech, most often caused by accidents, cleft palate, delayed development, mental retardation, hearing loss, emotional problems, cerebral palsy, brain injury and stroke.
Provide support to enable service users to help themselves. They maintain professional relationships with service users, acting as guides, advocates or critical friends.
Nutritional therapists work with individuals to find out which nutritional factors are affecting a person’s general health and well-being.