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Mission Statement

  • We are committed to assisting our clients achieve their goals by utilizing our experience, expertise, and determination.
  • We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of services and delivering those services with a sense of warmth, friendliness, and compassion.
  • Client satisfaction is the focus of our services. All services will be provided promptly, professionally, and with concern and respect for each individual.
  • It is our pledge to represent all of our clients, as well as all associates, in an intelligent and ethical manner.

Vision and Values

RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC

RRS founded in 2008 in order to provide physical rehabilitation and skilled nursing services.

We realize we are only as strong as our team and proactively invest in our shared future by attracting and retaining professionals with superior talent and a caring heart. Our culture is defined by a team of individuals who display servant leadership, build life-giving relationships and serve with compassion. We strive to be honest in everything we do.

We believe that compassion is the foundation of healthcare business. We develop futures, deliver opportunities, and build relationships that last.

WHY RRS

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  • We provide Physical/Occupational/Speech Therapy & Skilled Nursing Services.
  • Our staff is highly skilled, motivated, knowledgeable, compassionate, & professional.
  • We open cases within 24-48 hrs from time of referrals.
  • Our staff is very well-educated regarding quality of documentation & timeliness of submission.
  • Our staff is very well-versed in using different cloud-based charting software, as well as paper-based charting.
  • Our staff communicates & coordinates very effectively with agencies, other healthcare disciplines, & physicians’ offices.
  • We provide fully-screened candidates, with all of the required credentials and with all of the required skill sets.
  • We provide the highest quality services, with a strong desire to create a long term, reciprocally- beneficial partnership for everyone involved.
  • We serve a large area in Southeast Michigan in order to troubleshoot your skilled therapy and nursing needs.
  • We always provide optimum quality of service to our clients by following federal, state, & the healthcare industry standard guidelines to avoid any compliance issues.
  • We always provide goal-oriented & outcome-based services to all of our associates.

If you have any questions, we would be more than happy to answer them.

To find out more about us, please feel free to call us at 248-629-2120.

About Us

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RRS is a company, which provides skilled nursing care services and innovative physical/occupational/speech therapy, with a proven track record of success. We don’t just talk about success; we have objective data to prove it. Just like you are in the business of caring for your patients, we are in business of caring for you. RRS is redefining the physical/occupational therapy and skilled nursing services through management practices that reflect the firm’s brand promise,

”WE PUT YOU FIRST.”

RRS was built on the idea of offering our associates the most individualized attention in the industry.

The RRS Difference:

We are designed to be different. We started this company with a single step, stemming from years of experience and healthcare industry. Our dynamic healthcare professionals, office staff, and clients make up the RRS community. As we get to know each other, you will begin to experience this warm sense of community.

All of the RRS therapists and nurses follow 3 basic core values: ENCOURAGING patient care, EXCELLENT documentation and EFFECTIVE communication. All of these values are focused to create optimal results, without encroaching on state, federal, and/or Medicare guidelines.

Our Services

We provide rehabilitative and skilled nursing services to our clients.

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RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC delivers rehabilitative and skilled nursing services to the people in our community. We aim to help you fulfill your needs by providing you with reliable, consummate professionals who have the necessary skills, training, and values to work in collaboration with you.

Here are the services we offer:

Physical Therapy

Let’s take steps forward to recovery! With physical therapists from RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC, patients get dedicated care, attention, and guidance as they go through different treatments necessitated by unique health and mobility conditions:

  • Sports Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Arthritis Treatment and Care
  • Care and Management Post-Surgery
  • Flexibility Training
  • Training of Self-Care Skills
  • Orthopedic Disorders Treatment
  • Range of Motion Enhancement
  • Proper Positioning
  • Energy Conservation Training
  • Home Exercise Programs
  • Management of Primary Lymphedema
  • Joint Mobility Treatment (Active/Passive)
  • Muscle Toning and Coordination
  • Prosthetics Fitting and Training
  • Mobility Assistive Devices Training and Education

To request for Physical Therapists for your home health agency, private treatment at home, or any care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

Occupational Therapy

RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC is capable of supplying licensed and experienced Occupational Therapists to provide rehabilitative treatment for patients who have:

  • Survived a stroke
  • Partial Paralysis
  • Had a Recent Major Surgery and experienced loss of partial motor functions

These and other similar health situations could use the help of Occupational Therapists. Our professionals can provide patients with treatments that include:

  • Fitting and Education on Prosthetics
  • Balance Restoration Training
  • Evaluation of Psychosocial Needs
  • Strength Training
  • Proposing Home Modifications to Improve Safety
  • Minimizing Risk of Injuries and Health Complications
  • Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Mobility Device Assistance Training
  • Lymphedema Management
  • Coordinating Activities to Promote Independence
  • Progressive Work Skills Recovery Therapy
  • Muscle Control Restoration
  • Work Safety Practices
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Therapy

To request for Occupational Therapists for your home health agency, private treatment at home, or any care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

Skilled Nursing

At RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC, we have Skilled Nurses on staff who can be deployed to various nursing assignments. They are trained and experienced in providing basic personal care all the way to complex nursing procedures.

Nurses at RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC are able to provide patients with:

  • Infusion Therapy
  • Patient Health Education
  • Pain Relief / Pain Management
  • Injections
  • Respiratory Care
  • Fall Risk Reduction Training
  • Catheter Care and Management
  • GI Tube Feeding Assistance
  • Medication Therapy Management
  • Anti-Coagulation Therapy
  • Wound Care and Dressing Changes
  • Heart Failure Tendencies (Patient Care)
  • Diabetic Care / Insulin Injections
  • Vital Signs Monitoring
  • Ostomy Care / Stoma Management
  • Incontinence Management
  • Drawing Blood and Lab Work

To request for Skilled Nurses for your home health agency, private duty care at home, or any medical care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

Speech Therapist

RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC supplies speech therapists to help those who experience problems with their speech. This is beneficial for individuals with conditions such as aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and dysphagia. With their assistance, our speech therapists can help patients improve their ability to communicate.

Our speech therapists can provide the following:

  • Sensory Skills Assessment
  • Patient Education
  • Speech Articulation Exercise
  • Adaptive Speech Devices
  • Eating and Swallowing Strategies
  • And more

To request for Speech Therapists for your home health agency, private treatment at home, or any care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

Medical Social Worker

RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC offers medical social workers who can be there to help patients address their physical, mental, spiritual, and financial needs. Our medical social workers aim to improve the factors that affect a patient’s overall health.

Our medical social workers can provide assistance with:

  • Family Education and Intervention
  • Financial Needs Assessment
  • Hospital Discharge
  • And more

To request for Medical Social Workers for your home health agency, private treatment at home, or any care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

Home Health Aide

RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC provides home health aides for patients who are challenged by their health conditions, injuries, or disabilities. Home health aides provide appropriate assistance with their activities of daily living and ensure that their safety and health are not compromised.

Our home health aides offer help with:

  • Ambulation
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Grooming
  • Maintaining Continence
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Medication Reminders
  • And more

To request for Home Health Aides for your home health agency, private treatment at home, or any care setting, please call RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC at 248-629-2120.

You can find out more about a particular service by clicking on its respective page. For inquiries, please talk to us at 248-629-2120.

Testimonials

A Proof of Quality Services Testimonials

Since 2008, RRS has been dedicated to providing high-quality patient care. This is why our clients have been more than satisfied with the staff and services we provide. Read the testimonials below to know their thoughts and experiences they have had with us.

Here are our employees’ thoughts and experiences about RiteStep Rehab Solutions, LLC:

Read about our clients’ opinions and experiences with RRS:

Amy O.
RiteStep Rehab Solutions is a pleasure to work with & is committed to quality customer service. They are one of the best healthcare companies I have worked with and are always willing to help in anyway that they can.”
Jennifer B.
“As a very busy home care agency, providing services to multiple counties in the Southeast part of Michigan, I cannot thank the staff enough at RRS for helping me out with our needs. We have had the opportunity to utilize their RN,PT, & OT services with great satisfaction. The no.1 goal for our agency is patient satisfaction with the services/care they receive and this has been accomplished with the help from their dedicated staff. Thank you again for all your help and support to help us grow.”
Genie S.
“Excellent/professional people to work with. Great support system from the office. Prompt services with very competitive rates. I have always been happy with the therapists and nurses that RRS sends us. When I call RRS, I don’t get an endless menu of automated options; I get a human being! Thank you :)… Thank you :)”
Mohd J.
“I really enjoy working with RiteStep. They are all about customer satisfaction. Highly recommended”
Steve P.
“Highly recommended. I saw an increase in our revenues compared to previous years because of great service from their therapists & guidance from RiteStep’s Management Team. I will work with them as long as I am still in the healthcare business.”
Sam N.
RRS’s staff is very professional & motivated. Our patients always ask us for their therapists, as well as nurses, by name. If you are a home care agency’s administrator then this is the company to work with.”

Careers

If you are a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Registered Nurse, and are interested to learn more about job openings, please call our HR department at 248-629-2120 Ext. 5 or email us your resume at info@RiteStepRehab.com. We also assist our employees with H1B Visas, as well as green cards, for qualified candidates, in which we utilize a top-notch healthcare attorney.

RRS is deeply committed to finding your employment need in your area of interest. Join our winning team that appreciates your talent.

  • Enjoy the autonomy of being your own boss
  • Take advantage of the flexibility of setting your own schedule and picking up your own days/hours from a week
  • Determine your patient caseload (full-time, part-time, PRN)
  • Capitalize on the freedom of choosing your coverage areas
  • No weekend commitment and achieve excellent work-life balance
  • Earn competitive pay with desired caseload/working hours with solid mentorship and perpetual support
  • New grads are always welcomed because we provide a thorough orientation, as well as ongoing training
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Jobs

Current Job Openings

Job Title: Clinical Director

Date Posted: 05/15/2019

Employee Type: Full Time

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

Job Description:

Devise strategies and plans for the clinical department according to company standards.

Assume responsibility of budgeting and resourcing.

Plan and oversee all patient care or administrative operations and programs.

Recruit employees to ensure department is staffed with qualified personnel.

Exercise Physiologist

Nurse Manager

Occupational Therapist

Physical Therapist

QA Coordinator

Registered Nurses

Rehab Director

Rehab Manager

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