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Abl Health Care

The skilled care provided by ABL Health Care; from physical therapy and rehabilitation services to disease management and diet consulting, gives the continued care and support that allows you to be exactly where you want to be- at home. Having loved ones around while undergoing care and treatment in the comfort of familiar surroundings will improve your quality of life. Another benefit is reduced recovery times which in turn, lowers the overall cost of care. ABL Health Care allows you to choose care in the comfort and privacy of your home.

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Skilled Nursing

Our wide range of Skilled Nursing services help our patients who may be experiencing illness, disease, or injury, recovering from surgery, or requiring special care and assistance due to age related complications.

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Physical Therapy

Our Physical Therapy services include helping patients recover from injuries, surgeries, disease-related disabilities, restoring balance, movement, and mobility so that they can return to enjoying the things they love in life.

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Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists assist patients who require help managing their daily routines related to self-care, domestic chores, and housework, as well as work and/or leisure activities. We also have Hand-Certified Occupational Therapists on staff.

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Home Health Care
Speech Therapy

Our Speech Therapists help stroke survivors with aphasia (language impairment) relearn how to use language as well as helping patients with dysphagia (swallowing disorders) improve their ability to swallow.

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Medical Social Worker

Medical Social Workers serve as conduits for patient access to community resources for counseling, including individual and family therapy, as well as determining needs and requirements for alternative living arrangements for patients whether that be assisted living or nursing facilities.

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Registered nutritionists and dietitians collaborate with patient’s primary physicians to ensure that the patient’s nutritional needs are met. Including specialized care, disease management, and diet counseling.

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Home Health Aides

Health Care Home Health Aides are paraprofessional members of the home care team working under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or a Therapist to provide personal care services and assistance to the patient.

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