Phone: 208.930.1819


Ability Home Health’s in-home nursing care services typically include skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, medical social work and bath aide services. The most important service that Ability Home Health offers is to provide treatment and healing for an illness, injury or chronic ailment while giving our clients the ability to thrive within the comfort of the home environment. Whether you are already home, transitioning from a hospital or Skilled Nursing Facility, Ability Home Health in Coeur d’Alene is honored to help you regain the abilities you need to feel comfortable.

A nurse will be assigned as case manager for your care. The nurse will coordinate your doctor’s prescribed plan of care with you and other members of your team to get you the best care possible.
The nursing team treats:

--- Post-Hospital Care and Education ---
--- Wound Vac Therapy ---
--- Wound Care Treatment ---
--- Infusion Therapy ---
--- Ostomy Care ---
--- Diabetes Care/Management/Education ---
--- Catheter Care and Education ---
--- Pain Management ---
--- Cardiac and Pulmonary Care and Education ---
--- Hygiene and Grooming ---



The physical therapist will help you regain your normal level of function following an illness or injury, or, if not possible, helps you adapt to new ways of moving. Your physical therapists will develop a program that best fit your needs to help you maintain your independence.


The occupational therapist develops solutions for you to perform daily tasks. These tasks may include getting dressed, using the bathroom, showering or making a meal. Your occupational therapists have great ideas to help you live safely and independently in your home.


A speech therapist, helps patients with breathing, swallowing, speaking, cognition and thinking skills and communication disorders. Your speech therapist will perform an evaluation to develop the best plan to help you meet your goals.


Medical social workers are available to help determine needs or assistance you may require. They may help you and your family identify available community resources and provide assistance navigating the complexities that are sometimes involved in managing your illness or injury.


250 Northwest Blvd., Ste 211
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208.930.1819
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