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Whether you or a loved one is in need of speech, occupational, or physical therapy, the home care professionals at Elite Professionals Home Care are ready to assist our patients on their road to recovery.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy involves more than correcting pronunciation. Difficulty swallowing, slurred or slowed speech, and other communication issues are common results of an individual who has experienced a stroke or other chronic condition. is especially important to those who have experienced a stroke or chronic conditions that cause difficulty swallowing and articulating their words. 

Our Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) are trained in the following areas:

  • Swallowing evaluations
  • Nutritional assessment & education
  • Language skill recovery
  • Speech production
  • Cognitive functioning
  • General communication
  • Tube feeding assessment and education

Occupational Therapy

The goal of our Occupational Therapists (OT) is to provide treatment while maintaining our patients’ independence and dignity.  Our treatment plans are entirely customized to the individual to ensure his or her primary obstacles are addressed and overcome.  

Our OTs are familiar with helping patients with the following tasks:

  • Getting dressed
  • Taking a shower
  • Cooking meals
  • Writing
  • Grabbing small objects
  • Opening cans
  • And more

Physical Therapy

Our Physical Therapy staff understand the importance of recovering at one’s own pace. With our staff in the home, we can help reduce risk of falls while promoting improved mobility and functionality.  Individuals who have issue with any of the following can benefit from our physical therapy treatments:

  • Back pain
  • Stroke recovery
  • COPD
  • Fall prevention
  • Balance
  • Strengthening
  • Home safety evaluations
  • Wound care
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Energy conservation techniques
  • Pain control


Ongoing education and ensuring our patients’ environment is as safe as possible is a keystone to our therapy treatments. This may include working with our patients to rearrange furniture, creating visual contrast on light switches and other objects to reduce risk of falls in the home while our staff is not there.

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What We Do

We want you to understand what we do before we ever step foot in your home. Our primary goal is to provide the best care for you under your individual circumstances.

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