Home Care

Getting Started

Are you having difficulty recovering from a chronic illness, injury or physical impairment? Is it a challenge to leave your home?

Most patients agree—the best place to heal or manage a health problem is in the comfort of home. People who receive professional home care that is respectful, gentle and timely are less likely to be re-hospitalized and generally experience faster recovery times and better outcomes.

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Who We Are

Part of the HopeHealth family of services, HopeHealth Visiting Nurse has been making a difference in the lives of patients and families since 1908. Through innovative programs and services, we provide the best possible care to the communities we serve.

We are fully accredited by the Joint Commission and certified by Medicare and Medicaid for meeting quality standards.

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How we help Parkinson’s patients move and speak better

by Meghan Areson, MSPT, COS-C For people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and other neurological conditions, it can take a long time to move around and communicate with others in day-to-day living. Standing up is hard. Walking happens in small, shuffling steps. You may speak softly or experience a delay in connecting thoughts to speech. At Visiting Nurse of HopeHealth, our...

"I am in complete awe of the most loving group of people to have cared for my dad. Each and every one of you gave so much of yourselves and it shows in everything you did with him."

— Family member of our patient

How We Help

Nursing

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy

Home Health Aides

Medical Social Work

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Mobility, Vision, and Neurological Therapies

Telemedicine

Wound Care

Palliative Home Care

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Questions about home care for you or a loved one?

Contact us at (800) 969-7991 or Information@HopeHealthCo.org.

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