Do You Understand the Difference with Your “Home Care” Needs?

General Home Care includes companion care, personal care, assisted daily living, meal planning and preparation, light housekeeping, mobility and transportation services, plus medication reminders. All the support to live a comfortable life that is categorized as non-medical.

Home Health assist with medical requirements and duties, along with the general home care. This is prescribed treatments (administering medication, monitoring vital signs, wound care, and more) by doctors and under a nurse’s supervision.

Palliative Care is comfort care to help improve the quality of life for those who have serious life-
threatening illness or chronic disease. The goal is to treat or prevent the symptoms, or any side effects, and prevent hospitalization.

Hospice Care is end of life comfort care when no more treatments are available or being administered.

Understanding your home care needs can make a difference for you to get the best possible care. Call Us TODAY to get an assessment!

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