Masters In Home Care can provide home health care when, where, and how you need it. We offer a wide range of services to meet the needs of the individual, regardless of diagnosis or health condition. We can provide skilled nursing after or to prevent a hospitalization, assistance with daily activities to age safely at home (even when battling several chronic diseases), and specialized care and programs for specific conditions.
Our staff is fully trained and equipped to handle the home health care needs of your loved one in the following areas:
- Skilled nursing
- Masters In Home Care offers skilled nursing care to individuals who need help managing chronic conditions to avoid hospital stays, or to patients at home after a hospitalization or due to a scheduled surgery or an accidental injury. Our staff specializes in many areas. See our specialty programs for more info.
- Registered Nurses (RN)
- Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
- Rehabilitation Therapies
- Skilled, licensed therapists provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy to aid in recovery and to increase strength, flexibility, range of motion, and coordination. See our specialty programs for more info.
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Medical Social Workers
- Our Medical Social Workers provide assistance to families and individuals in dealing with the emotional strains of the health care process through short-term counseling services, referral to and coordination with community resources and assistance with living arrangements, maintaining self at home, identifying financial alternatives and other planning. They may also assist with placement if a patient is unable to be managed in the home setting.
- Home Health Aide Services
- Masters In Home Care offers home health aide services to provide personal care and assistance with activities of daily living* for patients according to the personalized plan developed by the professional Masters team. Home health aides are supervised by a registered nurse or licensed therapist, and managed by a dedicated home health aide supervisor. Our aides have experience caring for people in need and have been carefully chosen to provide care for the patients of our agency to ensure your loved one has the individualized attention they deserve.
We offer a wide range of services – Please call us with your specific needs and experience the Masters’ difference!
*Activities of Daily Living (ADLs): ADLs are basic activities that healthy people rarely think about, but can be very difficult for individuals who are very frail, disabled, or have chronic illness. They include bathing, dressing, using the toilet, walking, eating, and getting in and out of bed. Your loved one may be able to live at home if they have help from a friend or family member. If these activities become too challenging or severe for your loved one to manage, more help may be necessary.