YOUR HOME … YOUR CARE … YOUR CHOICE

At Home-Health Care Partners, we understand that the decision to seek help for yourself or another can be difficult and overwhelming. Our staff are trained to ask the right questions to understand your needs and to help you make the best plan possible for in-home and community care. Home-Health Care Partners provides an array of services ranging from medical to companion care, and is the first licensed agency in our region to specialize in End-of-Life Care.

How do you decide what type or level of home care is needed to help someone important to you, especially when you cannot be there or do this yourself? How do you balance the importance of safety, health, and well-being when you are also trying to respect dignity and decision-making?

A good place to start is by reaching out to our Nursing and Intake staff either by phone - 1 (800) 342-1426 or email - info@newyorkhomehealthcare.com at a time that is convenient for you. We will listen carefully to your concerns and begin the process of assessing - with you - what is needed. Home-Health Care Partners understands how critically important it is to live safely at home and in the community, and we pride ourselves in being creative, thoughtful, and attuned to your best interests.

To prepare for these conversations, please feel free to use the chart below to help you decide what care may be most helpful to you and your family.

NON-MEDICAL CARE
Companion/Homemaker
  • Supervision and Companionship at Home and in the Community
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Errands, Shopping, Laundry, Housekeeping, and Home Management
  • Medication Reminders
  • Transportation to Appointments and Activities
  • Companionship during Hospital and Facility Stays
  • In-Home Respite Care
 
MEDICAL CARE
Professional Nurse
  • Care Planning and Care Management
  • Specialized Care in Complex Medical Conditions, including End-of-Life care
  • Clinical/Nursing Assessment
  • Mobility, Home, and Safety Assessments
  • Assistance with Medical Appointments and Follow-Up
  • Preparation for Diagnostic Tests and Medical Treatments
  • Injections, Blood Draws, Catheter and Ostomy Care, IV Services, Ventilator Care, and Wound Care
  • Participation in Clinical/Medication Trials
  • Client, Caregiver, Family and Community Education
 
MEDICAL CARE
Aide Level
  • Hands-on Help with Personal Care, Bathing, Dressing, and Grooming
  • Assistance with Medication and Treatments
  • Rehabilitation Exercises and Activities
  • Safety Plan Implementation
  • Meal Planning and Preparation, including Special Diets
  • Errands, Shopping, Laundry, Housekeeping, and Home Management
  • Transportation to Appointments and Activities
  • Care during Travel
  • Hourly care up to 24 hours per day
  • In-Home Respite Care
 

CARE MANAGEMENT AND FAMILY SUPPORT

Medical Services

MEDICAL

En-Of-Life Care Services

END-OF-LIFE CARE

Non-Medical Services

NON-MEDICAL

Complementary Therapies

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

Complementary Therapies

PACKAGED SERVICES

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