The people you love are important to you, and they are just as important to us. It is our goal to provide high quality care to help keep the one you love safe and happy at home. We provide high quality skilled medical care in the safety of your loved one's home. Here are examples of some of the services that we provide:
- Skilled Nursing (SN): A Nurse can provide in home care for wounds, IV antibiotics, medication management, and more.
- Certified Nursing Aid (CNA): Provides assistance with functions related to bathing, transferring, and other activities of daily living. Also can give assistance with in home exercise programs, and provide long term paraplegic/quadriplegic care.
- Physical Therapy (PT): Helps them regain strength and improve muscle function. Physical therapists come to the home and help with strengthening and rehabilitation.
- Occupational Therapy (OT): Occupational therapists come to the home to help your loved one become more independent in activities like bathing, combing their hair, and dressing. The occupational therapist focuses on helping them become more independent with self-care activities.
- Speech Therapy (ST): Speech therapy focuses on swallowing and communication disorders. If your loved one is having difficulty swallowing or eating a speech therapist may be able to help.
If you are looking for non-medical care like housekeeping, transportation, and companion services Amazing care does not provide these services. However, we have partnered with some AMAZING companies that do. Please visit our resource page for more information.
HOW DOES MY LOVED ONE QUALIFY FOR HOME HEALTH CARE?
To receive home health care your loved one needs the following:
- A current primary care physician in the community.
- Signed physician orders certifying that they need home health care, and what services are needed. If they are discharging from a facility , these orders will be initiated by the discharging physician and followed by their primary care physician.
- Some insurance providers require that patients be homebound in order to qualify for services. Homebound, by definition, means that it takes great or taxing effort for your loved one to leave their home.
HOW DO YOU GET SERVICES FROM AMAZING CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE?
To inquire about home health services for your loved one simply use the contact form below or visit our contact page to call us directly. One of our trained professionals will discuss what steps to take to ensure that your loved one is safe and cared for at home.