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Allied Health Services

Allied Health Services

At the VNA of CNE, our staff is dedicated to providing the highest level of care. The rehabilitation team coordinates the patient's care to ensure all needs are met. Each of the team members will provide the patient with an individualized treatment plan that involves exercises at home to help the treatment progress and maintain gains after discharge from services.

The staff will come to the patients in their home to conduct their treatment. In this environment, we are able to identify specific issues limiting function and create a treatment that takes into account the home's structure to maximize the patient's ability to age in place.  

At the first visit the therapist will discuss your medical history which will include a review of your medications. During the visit the therapist will take the patient through an assessment of strength, flexibility, balance and ability to complete functional tasks. During the assessment, the patient’s needs are identified, this allows for the formation of an individualized plan to maximize the patient’s rehabilitation potential. 

Contact Information

Allied Health Services - Rehabilitation
51 Health Lane
Warwick, RI 02886

P: (401) 737-6050

F: (401) 737-3084
E: info@vnacarenewengland.org

Providers

Kelley Munroe, PT, DPT
Allied Health Manager

Our Rehabilitation Services

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy helps people develop, maintain and restore movement and functional ability when they are threatened by injury, disease or the process of aging.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy helps people develop, maintain, and restore the skills they need to handle activities of daily living.

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy helps people with communication skills, swallowing, and other upper aerodigestive disorders.

Fall Prevention

VNA of Care New England's Fall Prevention Program is a personalized program designed to reduce the number of falls and fall-related injuries for older adults.

Wound Care

Wound types treated can include pressure injuries, surgical wounds, diabetic ulcers, and venous ulcers.

Medical Social Workers

Medical Social Workers perform an assessment of the patient’s support needs to help maintain the highest level of independence.  The Social Worker will educate patients to available services (long term placement, private caregivers, community services, etc). The Social Worker will create an individualized plan for the patient, provide necessary forms and discuss the necessary steps the patient and family need to take to obtain the services.