• When days cannot be added to a life, we add life to remaining days. Our multidisciplinary teams offer culturally-sensitive, end-of-life and palliative care services to patients and their families at home or in assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals.

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  • Home is where the heart is, and often the healing too. Loving Hands Home Healthcare provides advanced medical services and emotional support to patients who prefer to recover from illness, injury or surgery in the familiar surroundings of their homes.

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  • Loving Hands Home Health Aides assist patients with personal care — bathing and dressing, for example — while they recover at home. These services are supervised by licensed staff members and provided in conjunction with skilled nursing or rehabilitation services.

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  • We're not saying it's easy, but we can assure you: Caring for a medically-fragile child in the home is what we do every day. We provide Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy services to children — in the safety and comfort of their own homes.

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  • Skilled Nursing/RN's perform patient evaluations, including monitoring and tracking vital signs, clinical procedures such as IV placement, phlebotomy, and administering medications. In the home, your nurse will monitor your progress and keep in close contact with your physician to make sure that your treatment protocols are appropriate.

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Patient Education


Home Care versus Hospital Care

Hospitals treat critically ill and injured patients.  These patients require around-the-clock care or are in need of complicated medical treatments that cannot be given through a home health agency.  Home health agencies provide care for patients that require skilled nursing care without around-the-clock care.  Home health agencies provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, nutritional counseling, medical social work, and home health aides.  If a patient does not require around-the-clock care within a home setting, home care usually costs significantly less than hospital care.  Many patients prefer to receive care from the comfort of their home.


Benefits of Pediatric Home Care Services

  • Helps keep chronically ill children out of the hospital or doctor’s office by providing quality skilled nursing at home
  • Provides ongoing instruction and training to parents and caregivers in the home
  • Provides timely intervention for complications which may develop, especially
    in high-risk children
  • Provides parent security as the child is being monitored by trained pediatric RN/LVN’s, OT/OTA’s, PT/PTA’s and SLP/SLPA’s
  • Provides access to a nurse, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Provides care in various settings such as homes and daycare facilities,
    offering a convenient alternative for parents
  • Provides an accurate history and progress of a patient’s activity while
    at home or daycare facilities
  • Provides trained, qualified staff to provide respite, allowing parents
    and caregivers a temporary relief from care giving
  • Enables you to maintain your loved one at home