Nursing Care with Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Physical Therapy in Sacramento
ANG Health Care knows everyone is more comfortable aging in their own homes. Our team of therapists, skilled nurses, home health aides can help residents in Sacramento maintain their independent living even after suffering an injury or illness. A debilitating event does not necessarily have to mean you or a loved one will have to move into a facility. We will do our best to create a plan that works for you.
Speech therapy can help you regain your ability to communicate. Even if you feel your speaking ability is being lost, our speech therapists can help create a plan to help restore lost strength in your neck, throat and vocal cords. Whether following an illness, stroke or part of aging, speech therapy can bring back essential speaking ability to correspond with loved ones or express medical needs. Speech therapy can also address difficulties in swallowing to bring back the ability to comfortably drink and eat.
Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy
Occupational and physical therapy both include bringing back mobility to adjust after an illness, injury or other medical condition. Our therapists will work with your medical practitioners, family and yourself to decide what your goals are. Whether you are looking to regain balance, motor function or use assistive devices to make daily activities possible, we want to be able to remain independent.
Skilled Nursing and Nursing Care
At some time, it may seem you or a loved one needs medical care that can only be offered in a facility. However, our healthcare providers can assist in day-to-day living activities. Even if you require help with port-catheter, gastrostomy or wound care, our skilled nurses can help keep you independent in your own home. Either with short-term rehabilitation help or long-term care, our safe and secure network will come to you.
Sacramento, the capital city of the State of California, is the fifth largest city in California and located at the intersection of Interstates 80 and 5. State Highways, including 50, 89, and 94, spider vein from Sacramento to all areas of the state including San Francisco, Folsom and Roseville.
Residents of Sacramento can enjoy the pleasant year-round temperature in both the Sacramento and American Rivers. The location of the Sutter’s Regional Landing Park on the American River provides easy access to swimming although the water can be chilly.
Museums are a frequent draw and recent remodeling and additions have added to their offerings. Crocker Art Museum, the oldest art museum west of the Mississippi, expanded in 2007 to triple their floor space. Modern architecture now replaces the traditional Victorian-style façade. The California Museum for History, Women and Arts tells the story of California and the influence of California style throughout the world. Other museums include the California State Railroad Museum, the California Automobile Museum and the Sacramento History Museum.