Our Specialized Services

Our Specialized Services


  • Medication management and/or administration
  • Wound care (including dressing changes/assessment)
  • Administering tube feedings and/or high-tech intravenous therapy
  • Infusion therapy as ordered by a physician
  • Nursing assessment
  • Catheter care/change
  • Bowel programs – colostomy & urostomy care
  • Nutritional guidance 
  • Lab draws
  • Suctioning and trach care
  • Ventilator care
  • Providing other nursing care as prescribed by a physician


A Nursing Assistant (NA) or Home Health Aide (HHA) primarily focuses on satisfying the client’s personal needs. This detailed care provides support to clients for activities of daily living and health care services in the client’s residence:

  • Serve as a trusted member of our care team 
  • Perform domestic and household tasks
  • Transport and accompany patients to the doctor’s office or hospital
  • Administer simple prescribed medications
  • Assist with clients’ care activities
  • Help with prescribed use of ambulation devices (wheelchair, walker, etc.)
  • Assist with changing colostomy bags, emptying catheter bags, turning in bed to relieve pressure on sensitive skin, etc.
  • Monitor patient’s blood pressure, pulse, respirations, oxygen level, weight, height and pain level and communicate with the care team
  • Maintain client’s care records and document provided services
  • Assist clients with mobility and physical therapies/exercises by overseeing and encouraging completion of prescribed range of motion (ROM) exercises
  • Instruct and counsel clients and families on diet and exercise
  • Collect routine specimens
  • Provide companionship and basic emotional or psychological support to our clients


Our Companions primarily focus on the individual client and their social needs. Companions offer a wide range of services to clients, including but not limited to:

  • Developing and sustaining a trusted relationship with clients
  • Socialization and communication
  • Stabilization when walking by holding an arm or hand
  • Reporting unusual incidents or changes in behavior
  • Accompanying appointments and/or running errands
  • Performing basic grooming/cosmetic assistance (brushing hair, assisting with makeup, filing/polishing nails, etc.)
  • Performing light household tasks (meal preparation, laundry, light cleaning, etc.)


After an illness, surgery, or hospitalization, our rehab care team will create a personalized plan for the most optimal outcome. Following a trauma, surgery, or the discovery of a progressive disease, our clients may need physical therapy to regain independence or adjust to a changed lifestyle. Our Physical Therapists offer services for various injuries, diseases, and disorders that include:

  • Consulting with clients to learn about their physical condition and symptoms
  • Diagnosing movement dysfunction and developing a treatment plan
  • Teaching patients how to properly use therapeutic exercise techniques
  • Providing stimulation or massage to promote healing
  • Assisting clients with the use of equipment such as wheelchairs or walkers
  • Maintaining client records and keeping track of goals and progress
  • Advising the clients and family about in-home treatment options and exercises
  • Provide support for back and neck pain, osteoporosis, sprains and strains, hand and upper extremity injuries, fractures, crush injuries, dislocations, and amputations, as well as before and after surgery.
  • General neurological conditions
  • Stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, peripheral nerve damage, multiple sclerosis, autism, and complications of premature births
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Workplace injuries
  • Contusions, repetitive motion disorders, and other common workplace injuries
  • Sports injuries, orthopedic injuries or overuse injuries and trauma sustained during physical activity
  • General weakness, debilitation, or deconditioning, may result from an illness, surgery, or general age progression.


Speech and language pathologists are available to help design a treatment plan to help with language ability, provide alternate communication strategies and give appropriate diet recommendations for our clients. 

Our Speech therapists offer a wide range of services to clients, including:

  • Adult Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Aphasia treatment
  • Apraxia of speech treatment
  • Traumatic brain injury deficits (stroke or other injuries)
  • Expressive or receptive disorders
  • Address communication issues and swallowing dysfunction


Our Occupational therapists can assist clients/families with adaptation to social and physical environments through specialized therapies inclusive of activities of daily living, memory training, and coordination exercises. 

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1281 Main Street, Unit 3
Dublin, NH 03444

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