Home health care may be the best option if your loved one can manage their care with a few visits a week from a nurse or therapist.
Short-term nursing and rehabilitation centers offer 24-7 care, which might be appropriate to help your loved one transition safely from hospital to home.
If your loved one is living with Alzheimer’s or related dementia, a memory care community may be the right choice.
If a little help with daily living is all your loved one requires, Independent or Assisted Living may be right for his/her situation.
When medical treatment can no longer cure, hospice may be the comforting care you and your family needs.
His physical therapist, Dale, was determined to get Mr. E out of his power chair and walking before the first hint of spring in Cleveland. Mr. E’s own goal was to be able to leave his home and eat at a restaurant under his own power. Dale made Mr. E’s goal his own goal, and together the two began an incredible journey.
“How will I care for myself?” “Will I be able to stay in my own home?” “Who will provide the assistance I need?” Through Heartland Home Health Care, patients can get the care they need to stay independent. Heartland’s physical and occupational therapists in Pittsburgh take great care of their 90-year-old patient to make him safe and comfortable in his home.
Heartland strives to provide a “WOW” experience to our patients and we are always working to exceed expectations. Mark, a nurse with Heartland Home Health Care Serving South Central Pennsylvania, recently received high praise from a local physician for his work with one of our patients.
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