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Skilled Nursing In Home Care

Skilled Nursing In Home Care

Skilled nursing services are a critical part of home health care. Our skilled nurses provide care in the comfort of your own home, with the goal of helping you heal, recover and return to living an independent life. Skilled Nursing is provided by highly-trained professionals who are experts at managing complex medical conditions in a home setting. Skilled nursing professionals will assess your condition and develop an individualized plan of care based on your needs, abilities and preferences.

Skilled Nursing

Skilled Nursing Services provide our clients with in-home skilled nurses for home health care. A mix of our skilled nursing services enables you to get the care you need to recover from illness, injury or surgery, as well as manage a chronic condition.

We can help you find the right fit for your needs by providing:

  • Caregivers who are trained and experienced in providing assistance with daily living tasks such as bathing and dressing. They also help with household chores such as cooking meals or cleaning up after an illness or injury.
  • Skilled nurses who offer personalized comprehensive care based on each patient’s individual needs that may include medication management, wound care, physical therapy and other treatments needed during their recovery process.

Post-surgical care

After a surgery, you may need to get help at home until you are feeling better and can care for yourself again. When you come home from your hospital stay, we will provide in-home post-surgical care for as long as needed. This includes:

  • Rehabilitation services – this can include physical therapy and other exercises that help improve mobility, strength, and endurance after surgery.
  • Medication management – we will monitor your medications and make sure that they are properly administered by a qualified professional or caregiver on a regular basis.
  • Nutrition counseling – our registered nurses will educate you about proper nutrition so that any weight loss due to surgery does not have lasting effects on your health down the road (like high blood pressure).
  • Pain management – pain is an expected result of many surgeries but it doesn’t have to be life altering if managed properly with medication or other treatments such as massage therapy sessions provided by our staff members who specialize in treating chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) or interstitial cystitis (IC).

We also offer emergency response services 24 hours per day 365 days per year through our advanced monitoring system called LifeVantage Guardian™ which uses wearable sensors placed around your house connected wirelessly via cellular networks back up power systems so no matter how severe an accident gets at home it won’t keep us from being able to reach out first responders quickly enough before too much damage occurs!

Respite care

Respite care is a service provided to individuals who require short-term assistance with their daily routines. These services may include tasks such as dressing, bathing, eating and other activities of daily living.

Respite care can be an important part of an individual’s home health plan. When an individual has difficulty performing daily tasks due to chronic or acute illnesses or disabilities, respite care can help maintain their independence by giving them time to rest between appointments or restorative therapy sessions.

Respite care is also beneficial for caregivers who need occasional relief from the demands of providing constant personal assistance for a loved one at home. Caregivers are generally family members but may also include friends or neighbors who step in without pay when no one else is available to provide support. While many receive compensation through Medicaid waivers such as Home Health Aide Services (HHAS) if they provide these services more than 20 hours per week over a period not exceeding 7 consecutive days in any month; others provide this support on a volunteer basis only

Home evaluations

Home evaluations are done by a registered nurse on the first visit. Home evaluations help determine the needs of the patient, as well as whether they are candidates for skilled nursing services or home health care.

Catheter and ostomy care

Catheter and ostomy care is one of the most important aspects of your loved one’s health. The ability to function independently is a privilege, but it also means that catheter and ostomy care will be more time consuming than other aspects of personal hygiene. If your loved one is having trouble with this aspect, consider hiring a Skilled Nursing In Home Care professional who can provide assistance on a regular basis so that they don’t have to worry about it as much.

If you are caring for someone with a catheter or an ostomy bag, here are some tips:

  • Cleaning – The area around the catheter or ostomy bag should be cleaned thoroughly every day. This can be done in two ways: by using soap and water or by using specialized products designed specifically for cleaning these areas (brands include A&D Ointment®, Betadine®, Povidone-Iodine® Solution). You may choose either method—it’s up to you!
  • Changing – A new bag should be applied every 48 hours; if at any point in time there’s concern about whether or not it needs changing sooner than that then simply remove it yourself and replace it with another one! It’s really quite simple when you think about how many times we change our clothes each day anyway…so why wouldn’t doing something similar here make sense?

Patient education

Patient education is a crucial step in the recovery process. It’s important that your loved one understands the importance of their condition, as well as how they can help themselves during rehabilitation. Your loved one will also need to know what types of activities and exercises they should be doing in order to get better.

The following are some examples of patient education that could potentially help your loved one’s recovery:

  • The importance of physical therapy after surgery or an injury
  • How to properly administer medication if you have a medical issue that requires medication for treatment (i.e., chronic pain)
  • What symptoms mean it’s time for more doctor visits

Skilled nursing services provide our clients with in-home skilled nurses for home health care. A mix of our skilled nursing services enables you to get the care you need to recover from illness, injury or surgery, as well as manage a chronic condition.

Skilled nursing services provide our clients with in-home skilled nurses for home health care. A mix of our skilled nursing services enables you to get the care you need to recover from illness, injury or surgery, as well as manage a chronic condition.

Skilled nurses are licensed by the state and certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). They provide medical treatments under your doctor’s orders and administer medications as prescribed. Skilled nurses monitor your condition 24 hours a day so that any changes can be quickly addressed.

The skilled nursing services we provide help our clients stay at home as they recover from illness, injury or surgery, as well as manage a chronic condition. A mix of our skilled nursing services enables you to get the care you need to recover from illness, injury or surgery, as well as manage a chronic condition.