Home Health Care
When a VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region caregiver arrives at your door, you can expect quality, compassionate and award-winning care. The kind of care you receive at home is crucial to recovery, that’s why more people choose us.
Our goal is to treat an illness or injury while helping patients regain their independence and become as self-sufficient as possible. To do this, we collaborate with your care team and family to customize a care plan and coordinate a wide range of therapies from doctors, registered nurses, therapists, and other healthcare professionals. Medical social workers can assist in coordinating resources and support, as well as long-term care planning.
With over 70 years of expert care, we offer a wide-variety of services to meet the needs of our community from prenatal care to great grandparents. All of our home health staff members are committed to providing you with personalized, innovative care that will help you recover in the comfort of home.
VNAHSR Services you may be interested in
Home Health CareanemptytextllineWe can care for your loved ones in the comfort of their own home.
Private Duty Nursing — CarePlusanemptytextllineIn-home care offering professional, personal care and companion services
Skilled Nursing ServicesanemptytextllineA plan of care to speed your recovery and help you maintain your independence at home
Advanced in-home care for you, or your loved ones
If you or a loved one could benefit by receiving services from one of our area VNA & Hospice branches, call us today.
Do you, or does someone you know need home care?
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From providing customized care to individuals with a chronic illness or condition, to providing post-operative short-term care, home health care services can help individuals remain independent at home.
When is home health care right for you or someone you love? Here are some signs that might indicate a need for in-home health care:
- Change in ability to complete daily living activities
- Change in appetite, weight loss or difficulty in swallowing
- Dependence on a caregiver
- Difficulty managing medications
- New medical diagnosis and a need for teaching
- Falls or increasing risk of falls
- Wound care needs
- Difficulty with pain
- Difficulty in breathing
- Depression or increased anxiety