Covenant HomeCare is honored to be in your home helping you reach your goals. In order to get there we have expertly trained staff to care for you in array of services including:
Nursing care is provided on an intermittent basis by a nurse with experience and specialized training in home care. Your home care nurse is responsible for working with you and your physician to develop a plan of care that meets your specific needs. This will include setting appropriate goals and providing education to you and your caregivers, while encouraging the maximum level of independence possible.
Certified Nursing Assistants
Certified nursing assistants are available to assist with your personal care. Under the direction of a nurse or therapist, a plan of care will be developed that will specifically meet your needs. They may assist with personal hygiene needs, changing linens, transfers, ambulation, and range-of-motion exercises.
Physical therapists are skilled professionals who focus on overcoming the physical effects of disease, injury, surgery, or amputation. They will work with you and your physician to develop a plan of care that meets your specific needs. Physical therapy includes helping you regain muscle strength, endurance, mobility, and joint range-of-motion. Your therapist will work with you and your physician to set appropriate goals and provide training to you and your caregivers, while encouraging the as much independence as possible.
Occupational therapists provide therapeutic activities designed to improve or restore functional loss that can be related to practical everyday activities. They will develop a program with you and your physician to help you function at the highest level of independence possible in activities of daily life that are usually taken for granted. Occupational therapy includes retraining in such skills as dressing, grooming, eating, and homemaking. When appropriate, they design and fabricate special adapted or orthotic devices that make these tasks easier.
Speech-language pathologists treat and evaluate a wide range of communication problems, including difficulties in speaking, hearing, comprehension of oral or written material, memory, and swallowing. They will work with you and your physician to develop a plan of care, with goals and training that are specifically designed for what you need to regain your fullest potential.
Medical Social Services
Social workers can help you and your loved ones deal with social, emotional, and adjustment problems. They can help assess psychosocial, financial, and resource needs, as well as assist you in contacting community resources. The social worker will work with you and your physician to develop your plan of care.