Medical Professionals, Inc.
We understand the value of independence to a person's well-being. With this in mind, our reliable staff provides assistance and companionship to those who need help with activities of daily living.
Complete hourly care, day or night (including light housekeeping)
4 to 24-hour care
Medication Set-up or Reminder
Escort to Appointments
Aside from hourly Nurse Aide services, we also provide Sleep-Over, a 12-hour service. The Nurse Aide prepares the client to sleep and stays the night in the client's home for assistance as needed.
RN Skilled Services Our Registered Nurse evaluates each client's needs and determines what service options would work best. The RN designs an individualized plan of care with the client and/or loved ones and leads the care team. The RN may also provide skilled services on an hourly basis depending on the client's needs.
Coordinate client's care with physician and other health care providers
Oversee/supervise the implementation of care plan by an LPN and/or nurse aides
Evaluate the effectiveness/appropriateness of client's plan of care and make changes as necessary.
Re-assess client's needs and progress towards goals; provide feedback to appropriate health care providers and family Rehabilitation Skilled Services
Our Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists provide services with the client's independence in mind. Whether the client is recovering from an illness that has made him/her weak, or a traumatic incident that has left him/her disabled, we have the staff to help with the healing at home.
Home equipment recommendations and training
Fall risk reduction strategies
Joint/muscle pain management
Transfer and gait training
Home exercise program instruction
Post-Operative Rehabilitation Occupational Therapy
Retraining in activities of daily living (feeding, dressing & hygiene)
Home safety assessment & training
Compensation for Visual Deficits
Upper extremity rehabilitation
Energy conservation and task simplification
Speech Language Pathology
Dysphagia therapy: Training in 'safe swallow' to reduce risk of aspiration