At Divinity Home Health Services, our management and support team is comprised of seasoned healthcare professionals who have come together due to a shared commitment to provide patients with unparalleled care. Our goal is to maximize patients’ function while restoring health and improving quality of life.
In an effort to provide the most effective care, we work hand-in-hand with each patient, as well as their physician or case manager, to develop a personalized treatment and care plan. Whether the patient needs short-term home health care, skilled nursing, therapeutic services, or post-hospital care, we offer a full array of services all dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes.
Led by registered nurses, Divinity’s skilled nursing team is dedicated to meeting the needs of our patients. The care of all individuals is coordinated with the patient's physician and provided at home. Here are just a few of the expert nursing services we provide:
Vital sign and glucose monitoring
Divinity's team of therapists boasts a combined 50 years of experience in the field. After evaluating a patient’s histories, and performing the necessary physical exams, our team members will arrive at a diagnosis and establish a plan of care tailored to the individual’s specific needs. Our physical, occupational, and speech therapists work alongside patients’ physicians to meet their rehab needs and help set them on the road to recovery.
Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical therapy is primarily concerned with the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life, and movement through examination, evaluation, diagnosis, and physical intervention. At Divinity, our physical therapists focus on the large motor groups that contribute to walking, reaching, standing, and other physical activities and offer the following services:
Balance and vertigo assessment and treatment
Prosthetic training for amputees
Neurodevelopmental treatments for stroke victims
Home safety and modification
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational therapy focuses on all the activities of daily living. Our knowledgeable OTs help individuals achieve independence and improve their ability to perform daily activities and self-care tasks such as:
Going to the bathroom
Improving fine motor skills
Speech Therapy (ST)
The speech therapists, or speech-language pathologists, at Divinity specialize in the evaluation and treatment of communication and swallowing disorders.
Low Vision Treatment
Works hand and hand with Ophthalmologist, Optometrist and Retina Specialists to deliver one on one personal care for all of your low vision needs.
Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapists certified to deliver globally standardized treatment protocols to our patients. Provides systematic relief & improves function. Patients will use their bigger movements automatically in everyday living and will see long-term carry over for Parkinson's Disease. Intensive, amplitude-based exercise program improvements in:
Medical Social Work
Social workers consult with patients and their families in order to coordinate community resources, financial assistance, and family counseling. On the other hand, medical social workers assess the psychosocial functions of patients and families and intervene as necessary.
Typically, medical social workers work on an interdisciplinary team with professionals of other disciplines, including medicine, nursing, physical, occupational, speech, and recreational therapy. They explain the nature of an illness and advise the patients and families on how to deal with symptoms and treatment.
Certified nursing aides work under the supervision of a nurse to help patients with healthcare needs. Additionally, they perform fulfill basic quality-of-life needs for patients of all ages, such as: feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, and changing bed linens, among other tasks.
Since nursing assistants have daily contact with patients, they are gatherers of vital information about the patients’ conditions. At Divinity, our certified nursing assistants act as helpful liaisons between the RN or LPN and the patient. In many cases, the assistant serves as the RN or LPN's eyes and ears.