Our Services

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Palm Beach Home Health Agency

•  Psychiatric Team: Our dedicated team of specialized nurses, therapists and social workers identify, mobilize and coordinate the 
   supports needed by each patient to reside safely in the community, such as providing evaluation, medication management, 
   counseling, case management and other services to patients with psychiatric and substance abuse conditions.  

•  Pediatric Team: When your child needs an array of services to thrive at home, our team of specialized nurses and therapists will 

   provide highly specialized pediatric home care services, including intermittent or 24-hr nursing care, physical or occupational           

   therapy, respiratory or speech therapy. Our staff is knowledgeable in everything your child may need at home, such as IV

   medication administration, tube feeding, wound care, tracheotomy or ventilator care and other specialized pediatric nursing services

•  Medical Social Workers: Evaluate the social and emotional factors affecting ill and disabled individuals, provide counseling and     

   help patients and their family members identify available community resources.

•  Home Health Aides: Assist patients with activities of daily living such as getting in and out of bed, walking, bathing, toileting and

   dressing.  Some aides have received special training and are qualified to provide more complex services under a supervision of a

   nurse or a  therapist. 

•  Homemakers: Perform light household duties such as laundry, meal preparation, general housekeeping, shopping and other

    services to help our patients maintain their households. Many of our patients, such as Holocaust survivors, qualify for this service

    even if they have no health insurance, as their services are covered by generous grants provided by the Jewish Federation and other

    charitable  organizations.

•  Skilled Nurses (RNs and LPNs): Provide comprehensive evaluation 

    and skilled services: blood pressure and blood sugar monitoring, 

    special tests and assessments for patients on Coumadin and other

    blood thinners, cardiac and diabetic assessment and monitoring,

    injections and intravenous therapy, wound care, education on disease

    treatment and prevention.

•  Physical Therapists: Work on restoring mobility and strength of

   patients with physical injuries or illnesses through the use of exercise,

   gait training, massage, and therapeutic modalities. Physical therapists 

   often alleviate pain and restore injured muscles and joints with

   specialized equipment. They teach patients and caregivers special

   techniques to improve walking and moving in and out of bed or chair.

   Our therapists provide comprehensive rehabilitation for patients

   recovering after surgeries and auto accidents to help them regain their

   mobility and functional independence.

•  Occupational Therapists: Help individuals who have physical,

   developmental, social or emotional problems that prevent them from

   performing general activities of daily living to improve their eating,

   bathing, dressing and household routines.

•  Speech Therapists: assist people regain their ability to speak and

   swallow, which may be impaired due to to an illness or a stroke