Our licensed home care program allows patients with short-term needs or chronic conditions to remain in their own homes. We provide services for the frail elderly, developmentally disabled, patients recovering from surgery or illness, as well as those living with long-term disability or illness.
Who will be taking care of me?
Nurses provide skilled care such as assessment and teaching, medication administration, IV therapy, injections, wound care and catheterization.
Home care aides can provide a wide array of care such as help with bathing, grooming, toileting, walking, meal preparation, feeding, housekeeping, laundry and errands.
Aides can sit with patients in a nursing home or hospital to attend to their needs and to keep them company.
All employees are thoroughly screened, specially trained, and supervised by a registered nurse.
Care is available depending on the patients’ individual needs and staff availability.
I take care of a loved one, but occasionally need a break. Can you help me?
We can help. Respite care is offered to care for loved ones, giving caregivers a temporary break from care responsibilities.
How is home care paid for?
Depending on an individual patients’ eligibility, home care is paid for by Medicare, Medicaid, group/private insurance or veterans’ benefits. Some people choose to pay for services themselves.