The Team

You’ve got a team behind you.

Prosperous Home Health maintains a staff of positive, hard-working folks with a variety of skills to meet the needs of the patient population. It’s how we ensure everyone with whom we work gets the home healthcare to maximize their quality of life and independence.

Our team is comprised of…

Nurses - RN's, LPN's, Case Managers

They provide nursing care in accordance with the patient's plan of care to include comprehensive health and psychosocial evaluation, monitoring of the patient’s condition, health promotion and prevention coordination of services, teaching and training activities and direct nursing care. 

Occupational therapists

They offer patients one-on-one therapy and treatment that is high-quality, personalized and effective. They collaborate with a team of healthcare professionals to provide a treatment plan, solutions for independence, progress monitoring, documentation and assessment and assistant and aide supervision.

Physical therapists

They enact an all-encompassing care program that includes rehabilitative assessment and evaluation, muscle and mobility assessment, caregiver instruction, physical therapy regimen, patient education and much more. Their ultimate goal is to get you back in fighting shape and feeling great.

Non-medical caregivers

They tackle a variety of tasks under the supervising of a nurse, including bathing and grooming duties, food preparation, housekeeping, patient mobility, toileting, transportation and health monitoring. One of the most important roles that a non-medical caregiver plays, though, is that of companionship – an all-day presence to keep each patient company.

Medical Social Worker

They provide medical social services to patients in their homes in accordance with physician orders and under the direction and supervision of the Director of Nursing or another appropriate supervisor.  They assist in the admission process of the patient to Prosperous Home Health by performing an initial evaluation, assessing the patient’s psychosocial status and evaluating the patient, family and home to identify socioeconomic and emotional factors that will affect the plan of treatment.