decisions for a disabled individual
place special demands on the family.
Our Home based
services are designed for Individuals of
all ages with medical and developmental
Within 24 hours of
your call a STAR program coordinator
will call and schedule an initial visit.
During this visit we will discuss your
needs, determine the level of care
needed and match our personnel with your
particular situation. We will also work
with you to establish goals and a
meaningful plan of care.
We offer an
experienced, dedicated staff of home
health providers. Each provider is
credentialed, licensed and subject to
strict selection standards, including
the verification of employment and
character references. Each employee is
insured for your protection.
What We Offer
for Children and Infants
Therapists assist individuals with rehabilitation of gross motor skills,
Therapists typically treat patients with musculoskeletal , respiratory,
and nervous system disorders. Physical therapists use a number of
modalities including: ultrasound, hot packs, gait training therapeutic
exercises, electric stimulation. These are used to promote pain relief,
and to increase strength, endurance, and mobility.
Therapists usually work with patients on fine motor skills to restore,
reinforce, and enhance performance of functions essential for daily
living. This is accomplished through a variety of activities which
include: oral/facial stimulation, muscle re-education, self-care
training sensory stimulation, and adaptive equipment development.
Therapists treat patients with speech and language disorders which
result in communication disabilities. They assist individuals with
rehabilitation of compensatory communication techniques, including
cognitive communication. Speech therapists also assist with voice
disorders to develop proper control of vocal and respiratory systems to
correct voice production.
Therapists help children with developmental delays become more
independent. They work hands on with children in need of improvement
with developmental skills.
Social Workers provide
counseling and support to families in need. Social Workers assist in
locating and providing information about services and resources
available to families in need of assistance.
Respite Care Aides provide
temporary relief to caregivers who provide care for individuals with
disabilities and other special needs. Respite breaks offer caregivers an
opportunity to revitalize their energies, enhance their abilities to
perform care giving tasks and avoid burnout. Respite Care strengthens
the family's ability to care for their family member at home and reduces
residential and hospital placement.