Home health care services are provided throughout the community to patients of all ages with acute and chronic illnesses. Nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social workers and home health aides promote recovery; restore health; teach patients and families how to manage chronic illness; and maximize independence in activities of daily living.
- Skilled Nursing
Nurses observe and assess your medical condition, and may provide help with medications, wounds, tubes and other treatments. Nurses provide case management and education to you and your caregiver. Specialized nurses are available to help patients with chronic diseases, mental health needs, wound care, cardiac care and other special conditions.
- Speech-Language Therapy
Speech-Language Therapists work with individuals who need speech, language, communication and swallowing training, after a stroke, surgery or other condition.
- Physical Therapy
Physical Therapists help you move around better, using treatments such as exercise, gait training, range of motion and others.
- Home Health Aide Services
Home Health Aides help with personal care and activities of daily living when skilled services are also provided.
- Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapists help you get better with your activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing and bathing, using training and assistive devices.
- Medical Social Work
Medical Social Workers provide counseling and information on community resources.
Where do we provide services?
We provide services in every single neighborhood in the entire city of Philadelphia. We also provide services in Montgomery, Bucks and Delaware Counties.
To find out more about VNA services, contact us at 215-473-0772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.