Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health provides physical therapy, speech therapy, and occupational therapy in the home to ensure the most comfortable environment for children and young adults with special needs.
In-home therapy is beneficial to families because it eliminates the need to make the drive to another location that your child may not be familiar or comfortable with. When you have the child in familiar surroundings with people they know, they tend to perform better.
We love to see improvement and goals met with the continued regimen of therapy, and for many children this is seen on a regular basis. For some children, therapy is needed to prevent deterioration of muscle tone and current functionality. Children and young adults with special needs qualify for what is considered maintenance therapy.
This is beneficial for children with diagnosis such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and muscular dystrophy. For adults, goals of improvement must be met to continue insurance approval for therapy. In Texas, thanks to the Alberto N. vs. Hawkins Settlement , children must only show maintenance of current condition. Whether your child needs therapy to improve function or maintenance therapy to ensure that no deterioration occurs, PT, OT, and ST may be services your child needs to meet that goal.
Angels of Care employs physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, speech therapists, and speech therapy assistants. All therapists are interviewed, tested, and trained to ensure Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health provides the best therapy experience for children with special needs.
Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health strives to be the best provider of in-home therapy services in Texas. To learn more about Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health, therapy services, or any other helpful services Angels of Care provides please contact our corporate office at (903) 532-1400.
If you or a loved one would like to become part of the Angels of Care family, contact us today!