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Home Health Services
The nursing staff at Peoples is the pulse of our organization. Our nurses provide health assessments, wound care, progress tracking, patient and caregiver education, and medication management.
Medical Social Services
Our social workers can assist in obtaining community resources. From Meals on Wheels to adult care, we can point you in the right direction for your specific needs.
Our wound care program is an advanced multidisciplinary approach. We treat wounds and the underlying disease process and cause of injuries.
Promoting well-being through prevention and education and the assessment, diagnosis, care, and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders.
Our in-home physical therapy team can help those in need prevent falls, increase strength and activity tolerance, complete daily activities, and use assistive devices.
Illnesses and chronic conditions can make speaking difficult. If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke or another disease that has caused talking challenging, we can help.
In-home occupational therapy services can assist you, or a loved one begin to recover and regain the ability to carry out daily activities.
Our team works with your doctor to provide comprehensive in-home infusion care where you are the most comfortable — at home.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s a list of commonly asked questions and their answers.
Home Health services may include wound care, medication management, physical/speech/occupational therapy, skilled nursing, nutrition counseling, and more. Our team of medical professionals works closely with patients to develop individualized plans that meet their unique needs.
Home health care visits typically last an average of 45 minutes. However, the length of each visit may vary depending on your individual needs and requirements.
Many insurance companies cover Home Health Care services provided they are medically necessary. Your healthcare provider can help you understand what is covered under your current plan.
Qualifications for Home Health Care services may vary, but generally speaking, individuals must meet the following criteria to be eligible for such services:
- Have an illness or injury that requires medical treatment and ongoing care.
- Require assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and meal prep.
- Cannot leave home due to physical or mental disability or illness.
- Have a diagnosis of an acute or chronic condition that requires care or therapy in the home setting.
An insurance company, such as Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance, may set different requirements.
The duration of Home Health Care services varies from patient to patient, depending on the individual’s medical needs and circumstances. For example, in some cases, individuals may only need short-term care while recovering from an illness or injury, while others may require long-term support due to a chronic condition.
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