Services

Wound Care

Monitoring Vitals

Occupational Therapy near  City_Name, State_Name

Companion Caregivng

Non-skilled home services

Respite care

Care For Chronic Illnesses And Injuries

Controlling Infections

Symptom And Pain Control

Medical Social Work

Travel Assistance

Medication Management

Personal Care

Meal preparation

Chores

Palliative Care

Wound Care

Wounds of ill people may be slow to heal, resistant to standard therapies, and prone to infection. These difficult-to-heal wounds require the specialized treatment of a wound center. Examples of wounds we treat include:

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Lower leg ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Bone infections (osteomyelitis)
  • Soft-tissue infections
  • Radiation injury
  • Post-surgical wound delayed healing
  • Non-healing traumatic wounds

Monitoring Vitals

Monitoring vital signs of your loved ones is one of the most important home healthcare medical services. Track the progress of the health improvement and know each moment the health conditions of your ill family members.

Companion Caregiving

Companion caregiving is a special service that we offer. It includes the following activities:

  • Accompaniment on errands or to doctor appointments
  • Assistance with grocery shopping
  • Walking to get fresh air and exercise
  • Writing letters
  • Playing games
  • Reading aloud
  • Friendly conversation etc.

Respite care

Respite care is focused primarily on the family. Taking care of your loved ones sometimes can be both physically and emotionally exhausting. Respite Care provides non-medical care during the absence of the family caregiver. Thanks to our caregivers, you will get a free time to relax and regain energy and positive thinking.

Non-skilled Home Services

We offer household services in order to keep your home a clean and safe place. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Non-skilled home services are a great option for when you first begin using assistance in the comfort of your home. It includes:

  • Light house keeping essential to healthcare at home
  • Personal Care
  • Reporting changes in the patient's condition as needed
  • Follow the plan of care to provide, safe, competent care to the client
  • Encourages the patient to become as independent as possible, according to the nursing care plan

Care For Chronic Illnesses And Injuries

If you or a loved one suffers from a chronic condition that requires close monitoring by a home health caregiver, you need to be able to access that care as often as necessary. We provide 24/7 monitoring service for all kinds of illnesses.

Controlling Infections

Our dedicated team developed surveillance systems for home care in order to control and prevent infections.

Medical Social Work

Medical social workers create long-range plans, such as advance care planning and educate both patients and their families about community resources and support. Medical social services include:

  • Assessing social and emotional factors
  • Advanced care planning
  • Community resource planning
  • Advanced directives
  • Crisis intervention
  • Counseling
  • Teaching regarding coping with loss and change

Welcome Home Program

Our caregivers will ensure you are well taken care of during the trip back home, so you are not sent back to the hospital due to having the same condition. Our caregivers will assist you until you are safely settled in your homes.

Travel Assistance

Our energetic personal care assistants can help in packing, companionship in transportation, luggage, hotel check-in and more. We’re there with you to make your travels carefree. Don’t let your age or disability keep you from getting around. With our Health Care Services, you can travel to the heart of the continent, and leave your worries behind.

Medication Management

The management of patient's medications prescribed by the physician and when taken correctly as prescribed, supports the healing of the patient. Knowledge of the patient's medication and medication regimen at home provides a key element to the physician's care of the patient. Licensed visiting staff may administer prescribed medicines as ordered by the physician while moving towards the goal of the patient achieving safe self-administration.