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Home health care Madison WI includes professional support services allowing a patient to live safely in their home. It helps patients who are aging and needs assistance to live independently, suffering severe health condition, recovering from a medical setback, or have special needs or disability. Professional caregivers, including nurses, aides, and therapists, provide home health care services depending on the patient's needs.
Home Health Care Madison services include:
There is a wide range of home health care services a patient may receive at home. Depending on the patient's condition, assistance can range from nursing care to specialized medical services, including laboratory workups. You and your healthcare provider will arrange your care plan and the services you may require at home. Home Health Care Madison WI offers the following services:
Rehabilitation Services Offered:
Doctor Care - A doctor may visit the patient's home to diagnose and give treatment to the condition. He or she may also regularly review the home health care needs. This service is available for patients who require a higher level of medical care.
Nursing Care - The most common type of home health care Madison WI is provided by licensed nurses and nursing assistants. Under a doctor's direction, a nurse will set up a care plan for a specific patient to ensure treatment stability and fluidity. Once the plan is designed and approved by a doctor, the nurse attends to the patient's needs within his/her home's comfort. Nursing care includes wound dressing, intravenous therapy, ostomy care, administering medication, pain control, monitoring the general health, and other health support.
Medical Social Service - Medical social workers provide several services to patients, such as counseling and locating community resources to help them recover. It is beneficial to engage with an in-home social service worker when the patient's medical condition is complex and needs the coordination of different services.
Occupation, Physical, and/or Speech Therapy - some patients may require help relearning how to do daily activities or enhance their speech due to aging, injury, or illness. A physical therapist can create a plan to help the patient retain or strengthen muscles and joints. An occupational therapist can attend to the patient with physical, social, developmental, or emotional condition relearn how to do everyday activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, and more. And a speech therapist can help the patient with impaired speech recover the capacity to talk clearly.
Care from Home Health Aides - Home health aide Madison helps patients with their basic personal needs, including getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, and walking. Many aides have undergone training to help with more specific care under the direction of a nurse.
Homemaker or Basic Assistance Care - A homemaker provides assistance by doing the chores and tasks to maintain the household with meal preparation, grocery shopping, laundry, and other housekeeping items. At the same time, the patient is being treated at home.
Companionship - this type of home health care provides comfort and supervision to patients who are home alone and need a companion. Some companions may also do household chores.
Transportation - the inability to transport is one of the significant problems elderly patients face. There are options available, whether they are too weak to drive a car or are no longer comfortable behind the wheel. At-home transportation service can pick up patients from home, drive them safely to their appointments and bring them back home.
And a variety of other rehabilitation services.
Our team of professionals provides comprehensive care, with our nursing care services available 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Our solutions range from assistance with activities of daily living to caring for the residents that have complex conditions.
You may call our hotline numbers or visit our office to know more about our home health care services.