Residence Home Care provides Skilled Nursing and Therapy services delivered by home care experts. All our services are led by Nurses and Therapists dedicated to improving and maintaining your physical, mental, and social well-being. Care is coordinated at your home, a family member’s home, or anywhere you are currently residing.
Whether you need skilled nursing care following a planned surgery or an unexpected accident, physical, occupational, or speech therapy after a stroke, or help managing a chronic illness, we are here for you
- Skilled Nursing – including acute and chronic disease management and teaching.
- Physical Therapy- including balance and gait training, therapeutic exercise.
- Occupational Therapy- include training for activities of daily living.
- Speech Therapy- including swallowing disorders, improvement of speech and language skills.
- Medical Social Workers- for assistance with community resources.
- Personal Care Aides- for personal care
servicesuch as assistance with bathing, dressing, and grooming.
At Residence Home Care, we provide the highest quality of care and customer service in a patient-focused environment at all times. This patient-centered approach is based on study proven needs and desires of the majority of the American population.
We treat our patient as a holistic individual and not a particular disease. We “see” and integrate the whole patient AND his/her family into our plan of care and even involve them planning their own care.
Beside this, we also cherish and respect our staff on various levels, make them part of our organization, include them in major decisions and incorporate their ideas and expertise in planning our future.
Services we provide include:
- Registered Nurse and Licensed Practical Nurses ( RN and LPN)
- State Tested Nursing Assistants (STNA)
- Physical Therapists (PT)
- Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA)
- Occupational Therapists (OT)
- Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA)
- Speech and Language Therapists
- Social Workers
Home Care vs. Hospitalization
- In many
caseshome health services may be appropriate to prevent an individual from being hospitalized
- Most patients and their families prefer to stay at home rather than be placed in the hospital or skilled nursing facility when their condition allows them to remain at home
- Home health care is usually less expensive and in some cases, just as effective as care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility
- Nurses, Therapists, and Home Health Aides help patients restore strength and independence through home health care.
Common Home Health Care Needs
- Change of Medication
- Recent Surgery
- Increased Falls or Poor Balance
- Any Chronic Disease Diagnosis
- Recent Decrease in Mobility
- Increased Confusion, Forgetfulness, or Fatigue
- Little or No Family Support
Counties We Serve