Physical Therapists – The PT works with patients to regain strength and balance through an exercise program involving large motor skills. They improve walking ability and assess the risk of accidental falls. They instruct how to use equipment, such as a walker.
Occupational Therapists – The OT instructs on activities of daily living, such as returning to independent meal preparation, bathing, and dressing. Focusing on fine motor skills, the OT also instructs on the use of adaptive equipment.
Speech Therapists – Focusing on voice, language and speech, the Speech Therapist provides help in the areas of swallowing and communication.
Registered Dieticians – Dieticians give nutrition advice for a period of inactivity, they analyze diets, and they educate on new eating habits and food preparation.
Rehabilitation Fair at Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice Office: