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Nursing Care

Skilled nursing care can be provided by a registered nurse (RN) or a licensed practical/vocational nurse under an RN’s supervision. Skilled nursing can include, but is not limited to:

  • Wound care: changing dressings, observation for healing/infection, and teaching care techniques to the patient & family
  • Instructing the patient and or family in care techniques for:
    – Catheters
    – Cardiac care
    – ​Respiratory treatments
    – Medication injections
  • Observation and assessing for unstable conditions such as:
    – ​Surgical Procedures
    – Blood Pressure
    – Fever and Infection
  • Observation, teaching, and assessment
  • Observation post medication changes
  • Obtaining laboratory results for patients on home health services per the primary care physicians orders

Infusion Nursing

Infusion or IV (intravenous) therapy allows you or your loved one to receive the vital medicines and fluids you need at home instead of in the hospital. Home infusion/IV therapy is safe and effective.

Services offers (but is not limited to) the following types of infusion/IV therapies:

  • Enteral nutrition
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Hydration therapy
  • Pain management
  • Immunotherapy (IVIG) therapy
  • Hemophilia replacement factors

In-Home Aide

In-home Aides assist with the following: hygiene, feeding and grooming are among the difficult tasks with which a home health aide can help. They assist you with activities such as dressing and bodily maintenance and also ensure that the house is safe and orderly. Common jobs for a home care aide revolve around helping their patients live healthy and happily. We work hard to ensure that our patients are cared for in an empathetic and skilled manner. Services include but are not limited to:

  • Bathing and grooming, dressing and transfers from bed to chair
  • Oral hygiene
  • Light housekeeping for the patient only
  • Meal preparation and feeding
  • Assistance with oral medications by reminding the patient to take them

Companion / Sitter

Our non-medical companions provide assistance in the home to help our patients feel more comfortable and allow them to remain independent.

  • Companionship
  • Escorting to appointments and social events
  • Assistance with pet care
  • Reminder (medications, appointments, dates, routines)
  • Preparing meals and feeding
  • Performing light housekeeping
  • Errands (prescription pick-up, dry cleaning)
  • Organizing, shipping, and reading mail
  • Grocery shopping
  • Entertaining (games, crafts, reading)
  • Safety supervision

Respite Care

Respite care services enable individuals to comfortably remain in their own environments, while providing caregivers with a much-needed interval of rest or relief. A period of respite may be a few hours to a few days in length. These short-term breaks can help to relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance in your life.

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