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At ALC, we start where most companies stop. It’s our belief that core health care services must be comprehensive enough to allow for any potential challenge a person may have to the best of our abilities. That’s why we evaluate the core needs at a very high level, and then dig into each area to provide the broadest level of positive experience and service we can.

• Medication Management (new or titrated medications)
• Disease Management (new or exacerbations of existing diagnosis)
• Therapy – any medication that can be administered at home,
we can do through Home Health.
Administration of Medications (Including but not limited to):
• Insulin
• Forteo
• Psychiatric Meds
• Lovenox
• Antibiotics (both infused and injected)
• Chemotherapy
Wound Care:
• Also certified in KCI and Medela Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Devices

Our Doctor’s level Physical Therapist(DPT) (also certified in Lymphedema Therapy).
• Home Safety Evaluation to minimize fall risk.
• Exercise Program and general Physical Therapy for Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoporosis, muscle weakness, balance disorder, gait disorder, traumatic injury (i.e. Fractures, etc.) post-operative (any surgery requiring rehabilitation), preoperative therapy to include post-operative care.

Occupational Therapy to assist with patient with:
• Visual Impairment
• General Neurological Disorders
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Alzheimer’s Disease
• CVA
• TIA
• Shoulder, Arm or Hand Problems

Speech Therapist to provide therapy to patients with the following conditions (among others):
• CVA
• TIA
• Dysphasia/Aphasia
• Hearing Impairments caused by Alzheimer’s and other related disorders

CNA or HHA to assist patient with (to mention a few):
• Reminder services (medications, dates, routines, etc.)
• Assisting with mobility
• Hygiene Assistance
• Meal preparation/Diet monitoring
• Light housekeeping
• Errands and Shopping
• Joyful companionship
• Organizing and reading mail
• Making and escorting to appointments (doctor appointments and social engagements)
• Assisting with pet care
• Entertaining (games, crafts, reading, etc.)
• Home safety

Perhaps you’ve noticed Mom and Dad’s house starting to decline: counters are dirty, shelves undusted. Or perhaps your beloved aunt is getting older and forgetful. As their age advances you begin to realize that at this stage in their life, they need some help at home.

• Assessment of Social and Emotional Factors
• Short Term Therapy
• Community Resource Planning and Assistance
• Guidance on Special Care Government Services (Transportation, Meals, etc.)