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Trio Home Care is here to offer a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. 


Trio Home Care Services


Skilled Nursing

The center of your home health team.  Registered and Licensed nurses provide professional nursing care under the direction of the patient’s physician. See Full List of Trio's Skilled Nursing Services >>


  • Anti-Coagulation Therapy with PT/INR blood checks                                                                                                          

  • Cancer Care

  • Cardiac & Pulmonary Care

  • COPD -Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease manageme

  • Coordination of Medical Suppl

  • Lab Testing

  • IV Therapy / Infusion

  • Medication Management & reconciliation

  • Wound Care

  • Infection prevention

  • Blood Pressure Monitoring

  • Patient Education to promote self-management

    • Assisting patients in the proper use of oxygen and respiratory equipment

    • Educating the patient with ostomy to resume a full, active life.

    • Educating diabetic patients on how to manage diet, insulin, and other health related measures

    • Teach patients how to use a wheelchair, walker, crutches or cane.

    • Teaching patients and family proper injection techniques

    • Help patients and their families to understand and follow physician’s orders regarding nutrition, special diets, medications, and general nursiing care.

    • Home Safety Instruction

    • Nutritional management

  • Clinical Observation / Assessment

  • Administration of injections and IV infusion

  • Disease Management – in order for our patients to get well, they must first understand their disease.  Once they recognize the challenges they are facing , diseases can be controlled better and patients may stay independent longer.  Our specific disease management protocols ensure effective and quality care for the most commonly diagnosed diseases, including:

    • Diabetes Mellitus

    • Musculoskeletal Disorders

    • Gait Disorders

    • Congestive Heart Failure

    • Hypertension

    • Chronic Heart Failure

    • Hypertension

    • Chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disease

    • Urinary Disorders

    • Wounds

  • Facilitate safe, independent living within the home.


Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a rehabilitation specialty provided by a licensed individual. The Physical Therapist focuses on helping the patient regain functional abilities including walking, getting in/out of bed, transfers, strength, balance, gross motor skills, endurance and improve safety skills.  Physical Therapy also may address pain issues that limit the patient's function.


  • Physical therapy designed to restore balance, improve mobility and reduce the risk of falling.

  • Post surgical rehabilitation

  • Manual therapy

  • Pain Management

  • Prosthetics / Orthotics training

  • Balance Training

  • Endurance / Strengthening Exercise program

  • Licensed physical therapists administer prescribed physical therapy to restore function and to promote overall fitness and health.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is a rehabilitation therapy that emphasizes a patient's activities of daily living using real-life activities to help patients of all ages prevent, lessen or overcome physical disabilities.  OT's also work with upper extremity dysfunction.


Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is the treatment of speech and communication disorders utilizing physical exercises to strengthen the muscles used in speech (oral-motor work), speech drills to improve clarity, and sound production practice to improve articulation.  Speech therapy can also include techniques related to helping patients with difficulty in swallowing


Home Health Aide

Home Health Aides are trained to carry out a variety of tasks, including helping with activities of daily living (grooming, bathing, dressing). They work hand in hand with our nurses and therapists to ensure each patient's care plan is fulfilled.


Medical Social Work

Illness, disability and life-limiting conditions can have far-ranging consequences beyond an individual's physical health. Our medical social workers accurately assess the social and emotional factors affecting the patient and family then respond with counseling or referral to community resources.

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