There is no better place to receive compassionate medical assistance than in the comfort of your own home. You will have all of your lifelong assets and your beloved pets with you in an environment you are most familiar. We work with you, your family, physicians and others in your individual healthcare network to create a patient-centered plan of care that achieves your medical, safety and daily living needs…at home.
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Our Unique Services
Continuous Home Care
Long-Term Home Healthcare is meant to enable chronically ill or disabled patients the opportunity to receive the necessary medical care in their home in lieu of a nursing facility. Care is administered and coordinated under the direction of the patient’s physician.
Harmony provides compassionate and professional short-term nursing and rehabilitation services in the home. Caring for patients from those in need of post-operative wound care, to patients requiring occupational therapy due to heart complications or a stroke; Harmony provides the assistance necessary in the home after hospital discharge.
In certain circumstances when in-home service insurance benefits become exhausted or are not available, many individuals choose to pay for services out of pocket or privately. Our professional patient advocates will meet with you, your family, other responsible individuals, and your physician to develop a quality care plan that harmonizes with your lifestyle.
Physical, occupational, and speech therapists play an integral role in the health of patients recovering from various injuries, surgeries, neurological disorders and other medical matters. Many patients prefer in-home rehabilitation services, leaving behind the institutional or clinical environment of a rehabilitation or nursing facility.
Developing a plan that is right for you.
Harmony seeks to understand the uniqueness of the mind, body, and soul of each patient. We tailor your care plan around the circumstances surrounding your requirements for care.
A multi-disciplinary team of professionals may consist of:
- RN Director of Patient Services
- Registered Professional Nurse
- Licensed Practical Nurse
- Home Health Aide or Personal Care Aide
- Certified Nursing Assistant
- Occupational, Physical or Speech Therapists
- Patient Care Advocate
- Social Worker
These skilled professionals provide a variety of homecare services for adults, including:
- Skilled Nursing Care
- Wound Care
- Post-Operative Care
- Pain Management
- Infusion Therapy
- Enteral Nutrition Therapy
- Rehabilitation Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Medication Management
- Mental Health
- Home health aide assistance with day-to-day activities including bathing, dressing, meal planning and preparation, laundry, shopping and housekeeping
- Companionship for those individuals with medical/safety issues.
- Scheduling and transportation to doctor appointments