Occupational Therapists - Customize intervention programs, performance skills assessments, offer guidance to family members and caregivers to improve one’s ability to achieve a maximum level of daily functions.
Physical Therapists - Provide treatment and pain management to help restore function and maximum performance.
Speech Therapists - Provide restorative care for speech, hearing, swallowing, and language dysfunctions.
Medical Social Workers - Identify problems, assist with referrals and provide assistance to obtain other community resources.
Home Health Aides - Assistance with skilled activities of daily living such as bathing, oral hygiene, and grooming.
Homemakers - Assist with non-skilled care of the patient such as companionship, preparing meals, and light housekeeping.