There’s no place like home when a loved one is facing an illness or injury. That’s why we provide skilled in-home health care with round-the-clock availability. These services are delivered at home to recovering, chronically or terminally ill persons or people with disabilities in need of medical, nursing, social or therapeutic treatment, and/or assistance with essential activities of daily living.
The difference between Home Healthcare & Home Care.
Home health care is skilled care to help someone recover while at home (this is what we do). It comes after a doctor’s visit or hospital stay and provided by medical professionals.
Home care is about sustaining and maintain your loved one’s quality of life in their home- keeping them safe and comfortable.
What you get from home health
· Personal grooming
· Moving around: getting in and out of bed/shower
· Medication reminders
· Helping with Alzheimer’s or Dementia by grounding and orienting them
· Running errands like grocery shopping and picking up prescriptions.
Both in-home health care and home care have the same goal of keeping your loved ones in their home and we both work together to make that happen. A skilled in home-health-care professional changes your loved one’s prescription while an in-home caregiver helps them remember to take the medications day in and day out.