While we might tend to see more diagnoses than others, but we do not limit what we treat. If you do not see the diagnosis your child has been given, please reach out to us for care. The feeling can be isolating and that is the last thing we want you to feel at this time while finding care for your child.
Premature infants: Most premature infants (24 – 32 weeks) have complications that would qualify them for home care.
Respiratory-compromised children: Ventilator dependent, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, traumatic brain injury complications, syndrome- related complications, tracheostomy (either permanent or temporary).
Cardiac-compromised children: Children with complications related to a congenital heart defect, syndrome-related complications, congenital anomaly, etc.
Neurologically-compromised children: Seizure disorders, cerebral palsy, syndrome-related complications, etc.
Gastrostomy: Children who require feeding either via nasojejunal (NJ) tube or gastrostomy button (G button).