Home Health Care
Home Health Care
What is Home Health Care?
Home Health Care is an alternative to admitting your loved one into a nursing home, that includes a wide range of health care services prescribed by your physician and then administered in your home by skilled medical professionals, including skilled nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Care services are administered to treat illnesses, injuries and provide wound care, and to manage chronic conditions to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations and to assist in recovery after surgery or hospital stays. If you are concerned about payment options, there is a variety of ways you can afford the benefits of home care in addition to private pay.
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Alzheimer's / Dementia
We have more than two decades of experience in helping older adults and families deal with the unique challenges arising from the onset of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Let our home health services assist with your care needs and prepare a health plan to help your family members get through this difficult time.Learn More
Personal Care and Companionship
Sometimes all your loved one needs is someone to talk to and help them through the basics, like showering, meal preparation, eating breakfast, or getting dressed. Our team of personal companions and their care plans will help to lead a happier, healthier life!Learn More
Private Duty / Live-In Care
Private Duty & Live-In Care offers specialized medical and non-medical home care assistance to seniors and disabled individuals, and assist with all functions of daily living, including household tasks and personal care.Learn More
Pediatrics Shift Care
Pediatrics Shift Care is provided in-home and at school to children by registered nurses and qualified home health aides. Services include medical care, transportation, education assistance, and more.Learn More
ODP/Act 150 Waivers
If you have a physical disability, the state-funded Act 150 program may be available for you to continue to live in your home and community with support and health services.Learn More
The Options Program provides seniors with home care services through their local county Aging and Adult services. The program is long-term, but service hours are supplemental and usually limited to less than 10 hours a week.Learn More