Intermittent Care Programs facilitate the needs of families when they need relief or support in caring for individuals in their care. Access NurseCare has a team of certified medical caregivers who can assist with short and long term relief in the following areas:
- Medical Care Management
Our team in collaboration with the client’s physician manages the care for individuals with acute chronic illness through our Care Management and Disease Management programs.
- Registered Nurse Care Managers
Our Registered Nurse Care Managers complete an in-depth assessment from which a care plan is developed and intermittent care with medical practitioners is coordinated and managed to meet our client’s unique needs in comfort of their home.
- Disease Management
Coordination and execution of care and education in order to provide efficient and effective care that reduces short term and long term complications of conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and hypertension.
- Mental Health
Mental Health program offers services for adults with mental illness, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and substance abuse issues.
- Physical Therapists
Assess and provide treatment to help patients increase mobility, strength, balance and coordination.
- Occupational Therapists
Assess and treat patients in order to increase their self help and essential skills for everyday life.
- Speech Language Therapists
Assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. Communication problems can be present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, such as a stroke. Therapists help clients develop language and speech skills, regain control, and increase communication. Therapists also teach clients and family members safe and appropriate swallowing techniques.
- Skilled Nurses
Regularly scheduled visits by a Registered Nurse (RN) and or Licensed Practical Nurse(LPN/LVN) ensure each client’s clinical needs are met.
- Medical Social Worker
Our Masters level social workers (MSW) are in charge of clinical programs that assist people on their homes with a variety of services to include behavioral health, depression, anxiety, mental health, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia. Medical Social Workers spend time with each client in order to develop a care plan tailored to the client’s healthcare needs and personal goals. We also assist clients with family problems or resolving conflicts in the home.
- Certified Nursing Assistants/Home Health Aides
Provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and personal care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.