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Specialty of nursing that cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, depression or dementia.
Care given or supervised by Registered Nurses. Nurses provide direct care; manage, observe, and evaluate a patient’s care; and teach the patient and his or her family caregiver. Examples include: giving IV drugs, shots, or tube feedings; changing dressings; and teaching about diabetes care. Any service that could be done safely by a non-medical person (or by yourself) without the supervision of a nurse isn’t skilled nursing care. Medicare covers home health skilled nursing care that is part time and intermittent.
Treatment of injury and disease by mechanical means, such as heat, light, exercise, and massage.
Services given to help you return to usual activities (such as bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping) after illness either on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
This is the study of communication problems. Speech therapists assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. Communication problems can be present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, such as a stroke.
Services to help you with social and emotional concerns related to your illness. This might include counseling or help in finding resources in your community.
Part time or intermittent services to help you with your daily living activities.
Patient-centred care to optimize safe, effective and appropriate drug therapy. Care is provided through collaboration with patients and their health care teams.
Direct care to people with abdominal stomas, wounds, fistulas, drains, pressure ulcers, other complicated wounds, and continence disorders. The WOC nurse participates in the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of a plan of care for patients with wound, ostomy, and continence care needs.
A wellness authority and supportive mentor who motivates individuals to cultivate positive choices. Coaches educate and support clients to achieve their goals through lifestyle and behavior adjustments.
Fall prevention in the home health setting is defined as a strategy that uses specific interventions to help specific patient or all patients avoid the risks of falling in an effort to reduce hospitalizations.
A form of therapy that treats a large variety of conditions that affect the skeletal and muscular systems.
Palliative Care focuses on relieving symptoms that are related to chronic illnesses, such as cancer, cardiac disease, respiratory disease, kidney failure, Alzheimer’s and other dementias, AIDS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and other neurological diseases. Palliative Care can be used at any stage of illness — not just the advanced stages.