Is any non-medical care that
can be reasonably and safely provided
by non-licensed caregivers.

Involves help with daily activities like
bathing and dressing.

Care can also include help with household
duties such as cooking and laundry. This service is usually covered by Medicaid.

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Is medically necessary care that can only be provided by or under the supervision of skilled or licensed medical personnel.

We coordinate care with the treating physician team to make sure the plan of care meets individual patient needs.

Examples include Wound Care, IV Therapy, Catheter Care, and more.

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Is provided at home to speed recovery from illness, injury or surgery, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

We involve families and caregivers in the rehabilitation process.

Therapy services help people regain independence.

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