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BJC Home Care nurses provide skilled services for patient assessment, treatment and special procedures as directed by a physician. The nurse coordinates the care of the patient with other members of the home care team, and provides education and training to the patients and their families or caregivers to help the patient reach the highest level of independence and health.
Licensed Physical Therapists and Assistants
BJC Home Care physical therapists rehabilitate people who are disabled by strokes, broken bones, joint replacement, trauma or disease. The physical therapist can help patients improve their strength, mobility and coordination.
Licensed Occupational Therapists and Assistants
BJC Home Care occupational therapists and assistants provide in-home assessments, and instruct patients in daily living and everyday activities.
Licensed Speech Therapists
BJC Home Care speech therapists retrain patients who have experienced a stroke, tracheostomy, laryngectomy, or who have a swallowing disorder or other disability to communicate effectively.
BJC Home Care registered dietitians teach patients and caregivers about appropriate food for optimal nutrition.
Medical Social Workers
BJC Home Care social workers obtain necessary resources and assist with long-term care plans so that patients can remain in their homes. Meet some of our social workers >
Certified Home Health Aides
BJC Home Care home health aides assist patients with bathing, dressing and other personal care as directed by a nurse or therapist.
Wound Care Specialists
BJC Home Care wound specialists help patients with chronic wounds, those suffering from incontinence or those who have a new ostomy gain independence in managing their care.
BJC Home Care pharmacists provide drug therapies to help patients resume normal activities and are available on-call 24 hours a day.