Advanced Nursing Care for Medically Fragile Children with Tracheostomy
A tracheostomy is an opening made in the skin through the trachea (windpipe), just below the larynx. To reach the trachea, a small hole is made in the skin, this is called a stoma. A tracheostomy tube is inserted into the stoma and into the trachea. Your child breathes in and out through this tube.
Learning Tree PPEC of Orlando provides full-service medically fragile children with tracheostomy. As a parent of a child with a tracheostomy tube, you may feel overwhelmed. This is normal. Learning Tree PPEC team is here to help!
This includes thorough medical care as well as emotional and social support, developmental therapies, corrective training, medical transport, and recreational activities. We provide skilled nursing care as well as physical, occupational, and speech therapies to assist patients in recovering and becoming independent. Above all, our team cares about those we treat as if they were our family members. Contact us to learn what makes us the best option to care for your little one.