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There's no place like home, especially for someone who is sick.With Phoebe Home Care, it is possible for a person to remain at home when recovering from an illness or surgery. Even conditions that would have been serious enough for hospitalization a f...read more
There's no place like home, especially for someone who is sick.With Phoebe Home Care, it is possible for a person to remain at home when recovering from an illness or surgery. Even conditions that would have been serious enough for hospitalization a few short years ago can now be effectively treated one-on-one in the home., Besides feeling more comfortable in the familiar surroundings of their own home, patients often recover faster than in the hospital or nursing home., Personalized care in the home is made possible through Phoebe Home Care. Services are provided on an individual basis by health care professionals in the comfort of your own home., Guidelines to Receive Home Health Care, In order to receive home health services, the patient must be homebound., A homebound patient is defined as one who requires considerable effort and assistance to leave home. Medicare guidelines require that the care given must be medically reasonable, necessary and ordered by a physician. The patient must require skilled care that can be administered intermittently., What must I do if I have a need for home health care?, Contact your physician or social services department of your local hospital. Ask them about Phoebe Home Care, A Note to Physicians, Our goal is to provide your patients with the very best in home health care. You will be pleased with the convenience and care we provide. All services must be approved by the patient's attending physician.
 

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  • A patient's deterioration
  • active and passive range of motion and safety practices.
  • Adaptive equipment
  • ADL (activities of daily living)
  • An aide helps people who are disabled
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  • An impairment of function to perform daily activities such as grooming
  • an occupational therapist can assist a patient to regain these skills.
  • and other personal care tasks.
  • and then sends the data to the nurse in the office. This program decrease readmits to the hospital and allows the physician to be notified quickly if a patient's status changes.
  • and vital signs.
  • Assess blood pressure
  • balance
  • Bed mobility transfers
  • blood pressure
  • bowel and bladder functions
  • can help the patient overcome these problems.
  • can usually be alleviated through the rehabilitation services of a qualified physical therapist working in the home.
  • Cancer
  • caused by inactivity
  • chronically ill
  • Colostomy/ileostomy care
  • continuous antibiotics/ TPN enteral feeding
  • Diabetic teaching - check glucose levels and administer insulin
  • Diet instruction under guidance of a dietitian
  • Draw blood samples - venous- arterial
  • dressing
  • Dysphasia
  • endurance
  • Fine motor coordination
  • Gait training
  • Home Health Aide Service
  • Home health aides help people in the comfort of their own homes or residential facilities.
  • hydration
  • IV therapy
  • Language and communication retraining
  • Monitor and teach medication regime and response to medications
  • Monitor nutrition
  • Muscle re-education
  • Occupational Therapy
  • or cognitively impaired. They also help older adults who may need assistance. They help with activities such as bathing
  • Orthotics/splinting
  • Perceptual motor coordination
  • Physical Therapy
  • Physical therapy provides specialized training in functional mobility
  • preparing and eating meals may result from stroke
  • Proper application and use of prosthetic devices
  • pulse and respiratory status
  • Sensory and neuro development treatment
  • severe arthritis or injury. In the home
  • Skilled Nursing Care services include:
  • Speech Therapy
  • Strengthening and therapeutic exercises
  • stroke and disease of the aged can often impair the ability to speak clearly. A speech therapist
  • TeleHealth
  • TeleHealth allows a nurse to monitor the patient daily while giving the patient their independence. A registered nurse remotely monitors the patient's pulse ox
  • Telehealth is the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to remotely support clinical health care. The patient answers questions on the TeleHealth device each morning
  • They help patients with various personal care tasks to make it possible for the patient to stay at home. Home health aides provide the same services received by a patient in a hospital or nursing home.
  • weight
  • working in your home
  • Wound care changes - urethral or suprapubic
  • Less
 
 
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There's no place like home, especially for someone who is sick.With Phoebe Home Care, it is possible for a person to remain at home when recovering from an illness or surgery. Even conditions that would have been serious enough for hospitalization a few short years ago can now be effectively treated one-on-one in the home., Besides feeling more comfortable in the familiar surroundings of their own home, patients often recover faster than in the hospital or nursing home., Personalized care in the home is made possible through Phoebe Home Care. Services are provided on an individual basis by health care professionals in the comfort of your own home., Guidelines to Receive Home Health Care, In order to receive home health services, the patient must be homebound., A homebound patient is defined as one who requires considerable effort and assistance to leave home. Medicare guidelines require that the care given must be medically reasonable, necessary and ordered by a physician. The patient must require skilled care that can be administered intermittently., What must I do if I have a need for home health care?, Contact your physician or social services department of your local hospital. Ask them about Phoebe Home Care, A Note to Physicians, Our goal is to provide your patients with the very best in home health care. You will be pleased with the convenience and care we provide. All services must be approved by the patient's attending physician.