The outcome of a severe cardiac incident can be life changing. When it comes to teaching patients how to walk, talk, and live normally again our clinical team are second to none. We are experts in assessing cardiac symptoms, preventing further incidents from occurring and fast-tracking recovery for our patients and their families. Our nurses are trained to reinforce therapeutic routines established by the therapists, medication management and at-home cardiac monitoring systems. These services are put in place to help patients follow complicated medical treatment plans.
After a serious illness, injury or surgery, Access caregivers give patients the tools they need to regain strength and relearn daily-living skills. Our staff cares for children and adults within any healthcare setting — inpatient, outpatient, rehab facilities, schools, or in the comfort of your own home. Our approach is one of flexibility and connection, while fostering as much independence as possible.
We deliver expert and compassionate care for patients across the spectrum of Alzheimer/dementia conditions. Our goal is to stimulate cognitive function, reduce anxiety, and promote safety and dignity for all.
Our proprietary Sensory Interventions Techniques (SIT) focus on reducing the incidence and duration of confusion and delirium while minimizing the effects in post-operative or chronically ill dementia patients. The program offers a series of engaging activities use all the senses to help patients reminisce, create conversation, spur cognitive function and promote relaxation and restful sleep.
Access Dementia/Alzheimer care services help patients live with more independence, dignity and peace of mind in any setting — hospital, home or community health facility.
Our clinicians recognize the importance of personalized multi-sensory routines tailored to improve the patient’s neuro-plasticity and cognitive-processing capability. Our Sensory Integration Program improves neuro-fitness and performance capability. Caregivers are specially trained in sensory therapy routines for people struggling with developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, CF, MS, Tourette syndrome, Rhett syndrome, and other muscular-neuro-cognitive illnesses.
Infusion therapy is prescribed when a patient’s condition cannot be treated effectively by oral medications. Our infusion specialists are trained and certified to provide any type of medication through an infusion pump or venous port. Access’ Infusion Nurses closely monitor patients’ clinical status, intravenous medication dosage, frequency, and treatment efficacy.
Access nurses support expecting mothers from pregnancy to delivery. We help women manage high-risk or uncomfortable pregnancies, childbirth and postpartem. We offer an extensive array of services for both mother and baby including baby nurses, midwives, home infusion and multiple birth experts.
Gestational diabetes monitoring
High blood pressure monitoring
Nausea and vomiting treatment
Preterm labor prevention
Monitor baby weight and assess feeding habits
Patient education and wound care for cesarean births
Education about breast or bottle-feeding
Perform lab services
Our nurses and home health aides are trained in the unique needs of the elderly ranging from dementia to diabetes. Access clinicians have expertise in geriatrics and chronic care management within a post-acute care setting. And with myCareGPS vulnerable patients and their families can stay on track with a personalized geriatric care plan.
Geriatric Services include:
Treatment for acute and chronic medical problems
Vaccinations and flu shots
Home safety assessment
Nutrition and diet focus
Home safety and fall management program
Sensory enhancement and memory improvement
Oncology/Aids is a complicated specialty requiring extensive knowledge and clinical expertise supported by continuous education. We ensure that each patient will receive state-of-the-art treatment while in the hospital or at home.
Oncology/Aids services include:
Skilled nurses, physical therapists and occupational therapists are here to help each patient with their individual orthopedic or sports therapy needs.
Orthopedic services include:
Post-Surgical Care for knee/back/hip/spine/foot
Care for quadriplegic patients
Access’ pediatric nurses are trained in the unique therapeutic regimes related to the diagnosis of infants, toddlers, school-age and adolescents.Our clinicians are flexible, fun, and attuned to your child’s individual health care needs. Our team offers a complete range of child care services with the best short and long-term programs available.
Pediatric services include:
Neuro-cognitive sensory assessment and fitness plan
Tracheotomy and Ventilator Care
Gastrostomy/Nasogastric Tube Care
Central Line Therapies
Vaccination and flu shots