Home Healthcare

  • DME: Durable Medical Equipment

    DME is a common need for patients being discharged home from a care facility. Obtaining necessary items for safety and independence doesn’t need to be complicated. Here are some tips and information about getting the required equipment for a successful transition home. How to Get DME The treating therapists in ...

  • How to Get A Referral For A Home Health Agency

    When a patient is released from the hospital, the standard of care must remain the same. For those seniors that will be needing an extra hand, there is the option of home health care or community living. The hospital or attending physician will put a referral in the hospital discharge planning. Your loved one must have the help available for both safety and health.

  • Respite Care Explained and Discussed

    Respite care is care that is provided to give a caregiver a short-term break. This type of care is pre-planned and can be provided in the home setting.

  • Non-Medical Senior Care Options

    We all want the best care for our seniors and ourselves when we become older. But, what does non-medical senior care consist of? Is it available for everyone, and will insurance or Medicaid help to pay for it when the time comes? Non-Medical Senior Care by Family Members In many ...

  • Caregiver Support When it’s Needed

    When taking care of someone who needs around-the-clock supervision, it takes patience and uses energy reserves that many of us never knew we had. How can we provide care to our loved ones and still be able to have the time and handle other things in our everyday lives? Taking ...

  • Telehealth in Home Healthcare | Senior Medical Health

    Telehealth in homecare has become very prevalent, and for all the positives that this offers, it is a great way to get care in this day in age. Telehealth uses modern technology so that a patient does not have to leave their home to receive medical attention. The hardware technology ...