Rehabilitation

Home Health Aide

Our highly skilled rehabilitation team includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and medical social workers. Many times, a discharge from the hospital or a rehabilitation facility is not the end of your rehabilitation needs. The need for rehabilitation can extend to the home so that you can continue your progress in your own familiar surroundings.

Our therapists conduct a safety assessment and make recommendations to your physician if there is equipment that would aide in your recovery. Our therapists come to your home and following your physician’s orders, continue to work with you to attain the best possible outcome. With our help, you can receive the medical assistance you need to regain your health and function while enjoying all of the comforts of home.

Offering Senior Home Care & More

At A&T Health Care, we provide continual care for you at home. We understand you might need further assistance following your stay at a hospital or medical facility, which is where we step in. We put our expertise to work for your health and quality of life. Whether you need physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, or another service, we can help to provide it. Ensure a speedy and optimal recovery with help from our compassionate team of trained medical professionals who each undergo a rigorous background and fingerprint check.

Gain back your strength and confidence. Contact the office nearest you, or request that the hospital discharge planner call A&T Healthcare for your follow-up care.

Rehabilitation

A & T Healthcare offers services for newborns to the elderly. It is a welcome alternative to long hospital confinement or nursing homes. When an individual receives care from A & T in the home setting they are able to have privacy, independence and retain control over their lives while receiving high quality health care.
 
Being at home, in familiar surroundings, is often the most conducive place to recover. Home health care helps to relieve some of the concerns that can overwhelm a patient and family.