Our home health care helps you recover safely and more independently in comfortable surroundings. Our caregivers work with your physician and provide care designed specifically for your needs and abilities, whether you need skilled nursing and rehabilitation or non-medical personal assistance.
We are here to help when you need us
Need Home Health Services?
Your local team of Client Care Managers is on call 24/7 to answer your questions and work with you to design a customized plan of care that is right for you.
Our hourly care services
By helping with daily activities, our caregivers enable clients to maintain their normal daily routines. Hourly home care allows clients to use our caregivers on an hourly or as-needed basis. Surrounded by their possessions, pets, and a familiar environment, our clients receive the support they need to enjoy their regular activities and continue living well at home.
Home Health Services
What is Home Health Care?
Home health care encompasses a wide range of services that are provided to recovering , disabled, and chronically or terminally ill persons in their home. Home health care providers deliver health care and supportive services, ranging from professional nursing, physical, occupational, and speech therapy. social services, medical equipment, and supplies. Services for the treatment of medical conditions must be prescribed by and individual’s physician.
Generally, home health care is appropriate whenever a person is confined to his/her home or prefers to stay at home, but needs ongoing care that cannot easily or effectively be provided by family or friends.
Who qualifies for Home Health Care?
Home health care services are available for people of all ages and medical situations, not just for the elderly. Home health could be right for you if you are home bound, (unable to leave you home/residence without assistance) and need skilled medical care or treatment that cannot be administered by a family member or non-skilled caregiver. You may be eligible for home care if you:
- Have recently or frequently been hospitalized.
- Have a knowledge deficit relating to the disease process, medication and/or diet.
- Have suffered an injury or illness that requires additional treatment.
- Have a medical condition that requires frequent assessment/monitoring such as: diabetes, stroke, heart or lung disease, or a chronic illness such as multiple sclerosis.
- Have low vision, cognitive or mobility issues and need help with personal care.
- Suffer from bedsores or wounds that do not seem to improve or heal.
Who Pays For Home Health?
Home health care services can be paid for by Medicare, Medicaid, some private insurance and private pay.