Private Duty Nursing

  • Private Duty Nursing
  • Hourly assessments and ongoing medical treatment
  • Nursing support for children on life-sustaining equipment including ventilators
  • Coordination of home medical supplies and prescriptions
  • Caregiver training and support
  • Children with tracheostomies and other respiratory conditions
  • Children with feeding tubes (Mic-Key or G Buttons)
  • Seizures
  • Oxygen dependent
  • Oral and or tracheal suctioning

 

We provide experienced LVNs and RNs to ensure your child will receive the best care specific to their needs. Our experienced nurses work closely with you and your family to develop an environment that not only nourishes the physical and mental development of your child, but also supports your entire family. For children needing both nursing and therapy services, our nurses and therapists work as a team to ensure the implementation of a thorough, well-coordinated plan of care.  Our pediatric private duty nursing services are available whenever you need them – on an hourly (even on a 24/7 around the clock, daily, or per-visit basis). To learn more about our pediatric skilled nursing services give us a call.

Children must be approved by a physician and the patient’s payer to qualify for private duty nursing services.

Speech Therapy

  • Communication developmental delays
  • Autism and related disorders
  • Speech, voice, or language disorders
  • Swallowing and feeding difficulties (including Vital Stem® Therapy)
Speech Therapy is a service that focuses on helping children who have problems with communication, and feeding/swallowing issues. Is your child having difficulty saying particular letters/words correctly? Our therapists use advanced techniques that will help your child communicate more effectively and confidently.

Physical Therapy

  • Fine and gross motor functioning
  • Walking and sitting
  • Balance and coordination
  • Strengthening
Physical therapy improves your childs development, physical ability, coordination, gait, and self-confidence. Your child will receive a full evaluation, and if therapy is recommended, a customized treatment plan will address physical limitations with a unique blend of traditional physical therapy methods and sensory integration techniques.  

Occupational Therapy

  • Improve physical function
  • Cognitive planning
  • Fine and gross motor skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • Social skills
  • Developmental and learning disabilties
  • Genetic disabilities (such as Down Syndrome)
  • Autism and related disorders
  • Activities of daily living
Our Occupational Therapists have advanced training in sensory integration pediatric practices. Play is a child’s work, and our OTs use appropriate sensory integration techniques to engage your child in fun and motivating activities which address each child’s treatment goals.