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At Senior Home Care, we know that there is no place like home for recovery. When a patient's doctor determines that one or more medical conditions require care and monitoring in the home setting, our home health care teams are there to help. Our staff is dedicated not only to healing but to educating and empowering patients so they can move toward greater independence and a better quality of life.
Transitional Care - Coordinates overall care and educates the patient on self-management of chronic disease with the goal of improving outcomes and preventing avoidable re-hospitalizations.
Behavioral Health (Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Home Health Care, Inc.) - Designed to increase patients' functional ability by focusing on their unique needs and strengths.
Cardiac - Provides the tools and information necessary to support an independent lifestyle.
Pulmonary - Treatment for acute an chronic respiratory conditions.
Diabetes - Offers education and lifestyle analysis to help improve the quality of a patient's life.
Chronic Edema/Lymphedema - Provides treatment, education and help with managing chronic symptoms.
Low Vision - Assists patients adjusting to vision impairment and/or loss.
Orthopedic Rehabilitation - Helps to promote a full recovery after surgery.
Wound Care - Uses advanced technology and wound care products to work toward optimal patient outcomes.
Steady Steps - A comprehensive fall prevention program that addresses the four systems of balance.
Senior Living Options - Helps the transition from living at home to an assisted or independent living facility.
Telemonitoring - Seven-days-per-week in-home monitoring of vital signs, weight and oxygen saturation while developing the patient's skills for ongoing self management with the goal of reducing avoidable re-hospitalization.