Rehabilitation Services

Our therapists at Always Accurate  may provide the patient with a variety of rehabilitative services as necessary to improve or restore function.
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Physical Therapy

Individuals who have a disability or an injury may require rehabilitative guidance to regain strength, mobility and physical function through services such as:

• Mobility Assistance
• Pain Management
• Exercise Programs
• Massage Therapy
• Movement and Joint Motion Analysis
• Coordination and Balance Testing

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a rehabilitative service for people with mental, physical, developmental or emotional impairments that restores or maintains their ability to perform tasks used in daily living, often through developing ways to modify or adapt activities.

After hospitalization or a recent surgery, our occupational therapists can help you regain your self-care skills with rehabilitative treatment in your home.  Our therapists act as a guide, teaching patients how to regain their strength and independence through exercise programs, personal care and daily activity task modification, including energy conservation techniques.

Our Occupational therapists can help you regain your self-care skills right where you live, including:

• Fitting for prosthetics and training in the use of mobility assistive devices
• Fall Prevention
• Correction of Posture
• Body Mechanics
• Pain Management
• Hazards Awareness and Injury Prevention
• Specialized Exercise Programs
• Home Safety Awareness Education
• Balance Training
• Motor Skills Rehabilitation

Speech Therapy

shutterstock_130669157Speech therapists work with patients to improve speech, memory and swallowing disorders and assist staff and family members to communicate effectively with the patient.  Always Accurate Home Healthcare’s Speech-Language Therapists help patients develop their language and speech skills to regain control and increase their communication.

The following areas are included in our Speech Therapy programs:

• Feeding and swallowing difficulties
• Dysphagia
• Mild to severe autism
• Cleft palate
• Developmental delays
• Cerebral palsy
• Traumatic brain injury
• Hearing loss and impairments
• Learning difficulties such as dyslexia
• Auditory processing disorder
• Stammering and stuttering
• Cognitive communication disorders
• Motor speech disorders
• Stroke impairments
• Neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia