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Nurses and Therapists Detroit MI

Our Caregivers and Clinicians Meet the Highest Standards . . .

In addition to receiving ongoing instruction, supervision, and the Southeast team member experience, our employees meet other high standards:

  • We verify all credentials
  • Criminal background checks
  • Thorough reference checks
  • At least 12 hours continuing education annually
  • All home health aides pass initial competency tests before hire and annually. These tests are both written and practical.

 

 

Our Team

The Southeast Home Health Care team consists of multiple disciplines. This ensures our patients receive the optimal, thorough care that will both help our patients recover and empower our patients to stay healthy and independent long-term.

Skilled Nursing:

Nurses monitor health conditions, help collect lab samples, perform wound care, teach patients, teach family caregivers, and provide other skilled services.

Aides:

Home health aides assist with health-related activities of daily living while patients may be too ill to thoroughly take care of themselves. This can include dressing, changing bed linens, cleaning in patient areas, light meal preparation, grooming, bathing, etc.

Physical Therapy:

Physical therapists develop exercise plans that help patients regain strength and function after injury or illness. Their therapy plans and activities can also be useful in the management of chronic pain. Home physical therapy can play an invaluable role in:

  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • CHF management
  • Rehabilitation after an orthopedic procedure
    • hip replacements
    • shoulder surgery
    • wrist surgery
    • spinal surgery
    • etc
  • Fall Injury Prevention
  • Rehabilitation after cardiac surgery
  • Parkinson's Management

Occupational Therapy:

Occupational therapists (OTs) have exercise plans and strategies that help patients overcome the limitations of illness or injury. For instance, if someone is having trouble getting dressed independently, an OT from Southeast may have tools or strategies to make that person independent again. If a person is finding it too tiring to do normal things around the house, OTs have many energy conservation strategies that will make this person more capable. OTs can help people plan for living with a recent loss of hearing or sight.

Speech Therapy:

Illness or injury, such as stroke, can leave people with difficulties related to speaking or eating. Our speech therapists are the experts in overcoming these sorts of difficulties. More subtle, but just as important, are cognitive setbacks that have to do with the brain's ability to process visual, tactile, and auditory information (both incoming and outgoing). Speech therapists are trained to recognize and modify these sorts of problems.

Medical Social Work:

Medical social workers help our patients coordinate needed community resources, government services, insurance benefits, and other needed aspects of medical care.