Our home health and hospice services in Athens, Ohio, are for individuals with short-term, acute care needs. Their care requires the assistance of a nurse, rehabilitation therapist or other healthcare professional to help restore their former level of independence.
Our Home Health services include, but are not limited to:
A complete range of nursing services is provided by licensed practical nurses (LPNs) – who provide basic nursing care and comfort – and registered nurses (RNs) – who administer medication and treatments, and provide other advanced patient care.
The instruction and support you need to undergo several types of IV therapy at home, including antibiotic, pain management, hydration, total parental nutrition and chemotherapy.
Nursing care implementing the most up-to-date products and trends to facilitate prompt, complication-free wound healing.
The therapy and skills you need to regain function, achieve pain relief and prevent disability.
Help for the recovery of daily living skills.
Exercise, massage and pressure techniques to reduce the swelling and control the pain of lymphatic obstruction.
Help for recovering or developing communication skills, as well as such functions as the ability to eat.
Includes nutritional screening and education for you and your family on your nutritional needs.
Provides emotional support and help in obtaining needed community and financial resources.
Hospice services help individuals and their loved ones as they cope with a terminal illness. The focus of hospice care is comfort and management of pain and symptoms. We help people achieve a better quality of life and give them a chance to make the most of the time that remains.
This specialized care makes it possible for people to remain in the comfort of their own home.
Hospice services include:
Available to caregivers for 13 months after an individual’s death to help with healing and the grieving process.
Employs music’s powerful influence on the mind, body and soul to ease physical pain and other symptoms, as well as mental and spiritual distress.
We provide these and other care needs associated with terminal illness.
We’ll work with a physician and others on the care team to arrange other services, such as pastoral care and physical, speech, occupational or nutritional therapies.