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Nursing Services in the Home:

Today’s Home Health Services Inc. can provide a level of in-home nursing care provided by Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) or Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs). If you get services from an LPN, your care will be supervised by a RN. Home health nurses provide direct care and teach you and your family caregivers about your care. They also manage, observe, and evaluate your care. Any service that could be done safely by a non-medical person (or by yourself) without the supervision of a nurse, is not considered skilled nursing care.

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In-home care services can include:

  • Health Assessments including blood pressure monitoring and other vital signs, glucose monitoring and post operation monitoring.
  • Teaching about diseases and treatment
  • Wound care
  • Dressing changes
  • Ostomy/colostomy teaching and management
  • IV management
  • Medication reconciliation and reports to doctors or pharmacists
  • Medication administration
  • Injections
  • Heparin flushes
  • Foot care
  • Management of urinary catheters
  • Management of tubes, drains and bags

Pediatric Nursing Care

Whether it is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or a few 12 hour shifts per week, our nursing services are available 365 days and nights per year to meet your specific needs. We are committed to working as part of the team of medical professionals involved with your child’s care to coordinate and implement the best possible comprehensive plan of care.

Services include:

  • Respiratory Care Oxygen
  • Nebulizer Treatments
  • Ventilator
  • Tracheotomy Care Special Monitoring Apnea
  • Pulse Oximetry
  • Special Feeding Needs
  • Gastrostomy/Nasogastric Tubes
  • Central Line Therapies
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Therapy Services:

Based on a thorough evaluation, the therapist will create a customized treatment plan designed to improve skills and maximize functional abilities based on priorities and personal goals. The therapist will consider a person’s physical, psychological, and social well-being, as well as environmental factors when developing a plan of care and treatment.

Physical Therapy (PT) Helps Regain Function

Whether the individual’s problem is a result of injury or disease, the role of a physical therapist is to help him or her return to maximal function. Physical therapists also work with individuals to prevent loss of mobility by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles.

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Physical therapy may be applicable for rehabilitation after experiencing:

  • A loss of balance
  • A fall
  • Difficulty walking
  • Joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Hip or Knee Replacement Surgery
  • A stroke
  • Heart Failure
  • A heart attack
  • Any noticeable decline in function

Occupational Therapy (OT) Helps with Everyday Activities

Occupational Therapy focuses on an individual’s ability to perform the broad range of everyday life activities. OT promotes independence by improving the skills required to perform these activities and/or teaching alternative ways to accomplish them.

Occupational therapy helps individuals regain day to day skills such as dressing and feeding. It may be applicable after:

  • Hip or Knee Replacement Surgery
  • A stroke
  • Heart Failure
  • A heart attack
  • Joint pain in hands, arms or shoulders
  • Difficulty dressing
  • Difficulty bathing
  • Difficulty with meals
  • Declining memory
  • Any noticeable decline in function
young woman in wheelchair at computer holding cuyp of coffee.

Speech and Language Therapy Helps Regain Independence

Speech and language therapy helps individuals improve breathing, speaking, or swallowing functioning. Speech therapy focuses other ability to understand words and the ability to use words to express yourself.

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Speech therapists may help individuals who suffer from:

  • A stroke
  • A heart attack
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Difficulty speaking

Respiratory Therapy

The primary goal of any respiratory therapist is to help a patient improve their ability to breathe comfortably, administer medications in aerosol form to help alleviate breathing problems and to help prevent respiratory infections.

Respiratory Therapists may help with:

  • Oxygen therapy
  • PAP therapy
  • Ventilator equipment
  • Nebulizers
  • Hi-tech respiratory services
elderly woman with inhaler

Medical Social Services

Medical Social Services include resolving social or emotional problems that are an impediment to patient’s recovery, and are provided on an intermittent basis by a Master’s prepared Social Worker (MSW) or a Social Worker Assistant under the supervision of a qualified Social Worker.

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These services are covered by most payors, including:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • HMO
  • PPO
  • Commercial
  • Workers Compensation
  • Others

These services are covered when other skilled services are also being provided (Exceptions may apply).

Private Duty (Non-Skilled Care)

Our Home Care Professionals can stay with your loved one for a few hours, a day, a week, or longer as needed. Identifying a person’s requirements, preferences and interest is also part of the evaluation to create the right match.

Types of Respite Care Services. There are a number of options for additional support.
These can include:

  • Personal Care (bathing, grooming, dressing)
  • Light housekeeping (laundry, dishes, fresh linens)
  • Meal Preparation
  • Shopping
  • Errands outside the house (prescription pickup, dry cleaning)
  • Transportation and companionship to/from appointments
  • In-Home Care Services and Companionship
  • Medication Reminders Can Help Avoid Unnecessary Hospitalization
  • Helping With Laundry Conserves Energy for Many Older Adults
  • Light Housekeeping Helps Keep Things Neat and Can Help Avoid Unnecessary Falls
  • Meal Preparation is An Important Part of Everyday Living
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TODAY'S Home Healthcare Services Include, but are not limited to: