As a home healthcare and private duty provider, Home Care Central coordinates care across the home health continuum, including partnerships with physicians, hospitals and payers. In doing so, we deliver services effectively and efficiently, and focus on each patient’s unique needs through:
- Local service delivery
- Mobile workforces supported by local infrastructure
- Home care service packages
- Evidence-based care management programs
In line with our Mission and Goal, as well as our investment in clients’ comfort, independence and security in home life, we provide the following resource to further illustrate the diverse needs of our clients—and how we meet every one of those needs with the utmost professionalism and expertise.
Our professionals and specialists include
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed practical/vocational nurses
- Physical, occupational and speech therapists
- Certified Nursing Assistants
- Home Health Aides
- Personal care attendants
- Social workers
Contact us for more detailed information on:*
- Clinical assessments
- Skilled nursing and home health aide visits
- Personal care services
- Private duty nursing
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
- Service bundles for communities
Home Care Central understands that making care decisions for yourself or a loved one can be difficult. We have a variety of resources at your disposal to outline what the best choice for you or your loved one could be. Write us for any one of the following checklists (in PDF format) to plan for the care you need.
Planning for Long-Term Care: Whether care is provided in the home or at a facility, for a few months or for years, the costs quickly accumulate. We encourage you to use the data and considerations provided in this checklist as you begin to investigate care options for you or your loved ones.
Tips for Communicating with Your Aging Loved Ones: Use this guide to find ways to communicate about aging and necessary home healthcare or aide assistance with a loved one.
Home Safety Tips: A checklist on how to ensure that your home is safe for you and your loved ones to ensure the success of in home care.
Tips for Preventing Falls: Use our Fall Prevention Safety Checklist to spot possible safety problems in or around your home. Keep this list handy as a reminder of safe practices to live by.
Guide to Proper Medication Use and Storage: Use these tips on how to ensure safe medication usage for you and your loved ones.
Know When to Put the Brakes on Elderly Drivers: Driving is not a privilege that anyone—regardless of age—wants to give up willingly. As important as it is to treat senior drivers with respect, it’s also important to help them retire from the wheel when the time is right. For recommendations on how to speak with your loved one about safe driving, contact us for this tip sheet.
View our Senior Series Checklists
*The information contained within these documents is presented for the purpose of educating the consumer on a variety of wellness and health care topics (the “Information”). Nothing contained is intended to be instructional for medical diagnosis or treatment. The Information contained is compiled from a variety of sources. The Information should not be considered complete and should not be used in place of a visit with, call to, consultation or advice from your Physician or other health care provider.