Monday to Friday
9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (ST/SLP)
A specialist sometimes called a speech therapist or speech pathologist with a role to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders.
Our agency provides medical professionals that fits on your daily needs in terms of health care maintenance and also have its own primary function: for the prevention, treatment and management of illness and especially for the preservation of physical and mental well being of the patient. We provide such as:
PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT)
a person who is licensed in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of physical impairments through the use of special exercise, application of heat or cold, and other physical modalities. The goal is to assist persons who are physically challenged to maximize independence and improve mobility, self-care, and other functional skills necessary for daily living
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (OT)
The OT uses purposeful activity mental illness and developmental or learning disability. Services include the assessment, treatment, and education of the client or family; interventions directed toward developing daily living skills, work readiness, or work performance; and facilitation of the development of sensory-motor, perceptual, or neuromuscular functioning or range of motion.
MASTER DEGREE OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)
Social workers will often serve as liaisons between different institutions to assist patients and collaborate with other health professionals to ensure patient wellness. They will become familiar with, and refer clients to, community resources. Social workers address legal issues, such as assisting with hearings and providing testimony relating to their patients. They also engage in research, policy development and advocacy for services.
HOME HEALTH AIDE (HHA)
perform a variety of functions that do not require medical training and which service both long and short term needs. They can provide much needed respite care to help family members or other volunteers take a break from their caregiving responsibilities. such as cooking, cleaning, helping with toileting,lifting,showering, assisting in medications, and other daily task of the client.