Our Services

Private Duty Nursing:

Private duty nursing is a type of home care that provides individuals with one-on-one medical care from a registered nurse (RN) or a licensed practical nurse (LPN). 
This service is tailored to meet the needs of patients who require more extensive care than what typical home health aides can offer but still wish to remain in their homes rather than move to a medical facility. 
Private duty nurses can provide a wide range of services including, but not limited to, administering medications, monitoring vital signs, wound care, managing ventilators and other medical equipment, and providing education on disease management and prevention.

This type of care is especially beneficial for patients with chronic illnesses, disabilities, recovering from surgery or hospitalization, or those needing palliative care.
It allows for personalized, continuous care that supports the patient’s health and well-being in the comfort and familiarity of their own home.  

Private duty nursing is often paid for out of pocket, through long-term care insurance, or under certain conditions, covered by health insurance or Medicaid.

Home Health Aides:

Home health aides (HHAs) are trained caregivers who provide assistance to individuals in their homes, helping them with daily activities and personal care. Their services are crucial for people who are elderly, disabled, chronically ill, or recovering from hospitalization or surgery and who need support to live safely at home. The scope of services provided by home health aides can vary but typically includes:
Home health aides work under the supervision of a healthcare professional, such as a nurse . The goal of home health aide services is to support the client’s independence and improve their quality of life at home.

Pediatric Care:

Pediatric home care refers to the provision of medical and health care services for infants, children, and adolescents in the comfort of their own homes. This type of care is designed for those who require ongoing medical attention due to chronic illnesses, disabilities, recovery from major surgery, or complex health conditions that necessitate professional care beyond what can be provided in a traditional hospital setting or by family members alone.
Pediatric home care aims to create a supportive environment that allows children to thrive despite their health challenges. It focuses on enhancing the quality of life for both the child and their family, promoting development and independence, and minimizing the need for hospitalization. This care model also supports family bonding and reduces the emotional and financial strain of frequent hospital visits.

Respiratory Care:

Respiratory care in home care refers to the management and treatment of respiratory conditions and diseases outside of a hospital setting, within the patient’s home. It’s designed for individuals who require ongoing support for chronic respiratory issues, recovery from acute respiratory illnesses, or assistance with breathing due to other medical conditions. This type of care is provided by healthcare professionals, including respiratory therapists, nurses, and sometimes trained home health aides, under the direction of a physician.

The scope of respiratory care in home care includes, but is not limited to:

  1.  Ventilator Management:
  2.  Oxygen Therapy:
  3.  Medication Administration: 
  4.  Gastrostomy Tube Care:
  5.  Monitoring and Management of Chronic Respiratory Conditions:
  6. Tracheostomy Care: 
Respiratory care in home care aims to improve the quality of life for patients by enabling them to manage their conditions effectively in a familiar and comfortable setting. It also seeks to reduce hospital readmissions by providing ongoing, specialized care and education to patients and their families, empowering them to take an active role in the management of respiratory conditions.