Professional and Compassionate Medical Care in Your Own Home
In-home care might be the best solution for your loved one
If you’re like the majority of seniors, you probably want to live at home for as long as possible. You like your feeling of independence. Home care for seniors is healthcare and/or personal care support that’s provided in-home. It is designed to delay or prevent moving to a nursing home or assisted living center.
For example, you have hip replacement surgery. And instead of heading to a nursing home for care, you go back home, where a physical therapist helps your recovery. Where a home health aide tends to your home until you can.
Can you qualify for Medicare or nursing services?
- Are you unable to leave your home?
- Would leaving home require considerable effort?
- Are you in need of a nurse or therapist on a part-time or full-time basis?
- Recently discharged from the hospital. nursing home. or
- Are you under the care of a physician and medically unstable?
Have you encountered any of these health problems?
- Difﬁculty breathing
- Recently diagnosed with diabetes
- Wounds or sores that won’t heal
- Changes within your medication
- Increased visits to the hospital or emergency room
- Difﬁculty walking or unbalanced
- Daily every day task getting difﬁcult. interfering with your daily life
- Extremely high blood pressure or blood sugar
- Difficulty swallowing
Hope Home Health
Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury.
Depending on needs, may provide Registered nurses, Medical social workers, Licensed practical nurses, Registered dietitians, Physical therapists, Speech therapists, Occupational therapists and Certified home health aides
Activities of Daily Living
- Walking or using a wheelchair
Special Services Available
- Medical emergency alert systems
- Respiratory therapy
- Wound care
- Diabetes management
- Telehealth monitoring
- IV Infusion
How often do you need help?
You can hire support on an hourly, daily, weekly and live-in basis. To gauge the level of help your loved one will need, consider these questions.
How often will you or others be available to provide similar services?
What’s the extent and nature of your loved one’s needs? Are they general household chores, personal grooming, or companion services and activities that enhance their quality of life?
Are there times when you know you cannot be available to help?
Call Hope Health Care Services, Speak with a qualified home health assistant.