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Home Health Care

Home Health Care is clinical medical care provided by a registered nurse, occupational therapist, physical therapist or other skilled medical professionals, and is often prescribed as part of a care plan following a hospitalization. Recovering from home after surgery can limit you with your daily activities. Whether you are recovering from major surgery or an injury, compassionate caregivers can assist you to a  healthy and complete recovery.

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Assisted Living

Assisted Living Communities offer a housing alternative for those who may need help with dressing, bathing, eating, and toileting, but do not require the intensive medical and nursing care provided in nursing homes. 

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Memory Care

Memory Care is specialized care for those with dementia or Alzheimer's and provides comfort and safety in a supportive environment with highly trained caregivers.

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Independent Living

Independent Living is ideal for individuals who can still live independently, but enjoy having access to assistance when needed.  Independent Living Communities provide their residents with convenient access to dining, medical care, entertainment, and more.  

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In-Home Care

Home Care is care that allows a person with special needs to stay in their home.  Home care is a good choice for those who are chronically ill, recovering from surgery, or disabled. Home Care services includes Personal Care, such as help with bathing, washing your hair, or getting dressed, Homemaking, such as cleaning, yard work, laundry, cooking or delivering meals.

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Nursing Home

Nursing Homes deliver 24-hour care for those with complex medical conditions who need a high level of hands-on assistance and monitoring.  A Nursing Home is the right choice for 

someone whose medical needs require full-time nursing care or who must have access to services and facilities more like the hospital than home.