Pre-selected and highly trained April Skyy nurses are the best in the industry. Our licensed staff ensures and provides our patients with the highest level of care that focuses on the individual’s needs in the comfort of their own home.
Intravenous therapy/IV therapy is the administration of liquid substances directly into a vein. It can be intermittent or continuous; this is the fastest way to deliver fluids and medications throughout the body. We provide patients and their family with the knowledge needed to properly and successfully administer an IV.
Nutrients in a special liquid formula is delivered to a patient through a feeding tube directly to the gastrointestinal tract. The feeding tube is usually inserted by a doctor and access is through a tube that is inserted into the stomach or small intestine. Our highly trained nursing staff will provide proper education and assistance for the patient’s tube feeding needs.
We employ staff that is wound care certified to ensure that our patients receive the most up to date and advanced wound care treatment available. Coordination of care with your doctor determines the most aggressive treatments to assist your wounds in healing faster.
Our Medical Social Services (MSW) staff is trained to help individuals, couples and families deal with the social, cultural and psychological medical issues resulting from an illness. They ensure that a patient’s medically related emotional and social needs are met and maintained throughout their medical treatment.
Our staff provides a variety of therapeutic treatments that focus on the patient’s ability to perform some of their everyday essential tasks. Our Occupational Therapists are here the help patient, their families and caregivers achieve a balanced life through life-style improvements and family awareness.
Sometimes a health condition can affect a patient’s speech or way of communication. Communication is important and we are here to provide patients with the therapy needed to continue on with their lives. Our speech therapists provide Vital Stim Therapy, which is used for patients who suffer from dysphagia – a condition that causes difficulty in swallowing.