Here are how we can help you or your loved one at home…
- Skilled Nursing: A Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN). Colostomy Care, Enteral Nutrition/TPN, Medication Management, Pain Management, Post-Surgical Care, Wound Care, Diabetic Care, and Cardiac/Respiratory Care.
- Physical Therapy: For patients with acute nerve orthopedic or muscle disorders, a routine program of light exercise or stretching activities is established. The therapy routine is designed to increase movement and mobility. Patients who receive outpatient therapy do not qualify for home health care.
- Occupational Therapy: Must be ordered along with another skilled service. This therapy helps patients regain fine motor coordination and improve daily living activities, such as dressing and feeding.
- Speech Therapy: is provided to improve communication skills for those with impaired ability to use language and speech. Patients recovering from a stroke, head injury, or hearing loss may benefit, as well as those who are having difficulty chewing and swallowing as a result of an illness, stroke, or progressive medical condition.
- Home Health Aide / Personal Care Attendant: After the level of care is established by a Registered Nurse, the aide may help with bathing and grooming, dressing, transfers from bed to chair, help in walking, or assistance to those with artificial limbs. An aide may provide light housekeeping services for the patient (such as bed linen changes), or prepare and feed nutritious meals where applicable. While the aide is not allowed to administer medicines (Job of RN), the HHA may provide reminders to take medications on time.
- Medical Social Workers: The home health social worker may provide counseling to patients and families for long-range planning and decision making, and help coordinate services with other community resources and agencies. Services are designed to improve the patient’s physical, emotional, and functional status.
- Long-Term Care Services: Services that include medical and non-medical care for people with a chronic illness or disability. Long-term care helps meet health or personal needs. Most long-term care services assist people with Activities of Daily Living, such as dressing, bathing, and using the bathroom. Long-term care can be provided at home, in the community, or in a facility. For purposes of Medicaid eligibility and payment, long-term care services are those provided to an individual who requires a level of care equivalent to that received in a nursing facility.
Vision Home Health Care, Inc. also offers other services like:
- Hi-Tech Nursing
- Ostomy Care
- Nutritional Consulting
- Cardiac Care
- Respiratory Care
- Medication Management
- Diabetic Care and Teaching
- Community Education
- Free Assessment
Our staff can speak multiple languages such as: