Family Home Care
Offering personal and skilled care in your home.
Home is a place of familiarity, security and comfort for individuals. Home health is a service that specializes on the healthcare needs of the patient in the comfort of their home. Whether you’re recuperating from a recent surgery or illness, or need education on disease self-management (heart failure, diabetes, stroke, or injury), home health is there to provide assistance and rebuild your strength to help you remain in your home.
Examples of skilled nursing care provided Family Home Care includes:
- Skilled Nursing Services
- Infusion Therapy
- Disease Education and Management
- Assistance with Personal Care
- Connections to Community Resources
- Wound Care for pressure sores or a surgical wound
- Physical, Occupational and Speech therapy
Examples of home health aide/homemaker services include:
- Help with basic daily activities like getting in and out of bed, dressing, grooming and eating
- Assistance with light housekeeping, laundry, shopping, and cooking
- Respite Care for the Caregiver
“In general, the goal of home health care is to provide treatment for an illness or injury. It helps you get better, regain your independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible. If you have long-term health problems, the goal of home health care is to maintain your highest level of ability or health, and help you learn to live with your illness or disability.”
To speak to an individual regarding your individualized questions, call 800-355-2817.
We want to help and we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All services are provided without regard to race, age, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, or ancestry.
Frequently asked questions about Home Care
Home health care is one of your Medicare benefits. In order for your expenses to be covered through Medicare, you must meet Medicare guidelines, which include MD-ordered services and any medical necessity that requires skilled intervention.
At Family Home Care, we accept Medicaid, VA, Choice, SSBG, Commercial Insurance and Private Pay.
To provide you answers and a sense of security, Family Home Care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you. Call us today!
Homebound is defined as lacking the normal ability to leave your home – not unable to leave the home by Medicare. This definition typically applies to individuals utilizing their Medicare benefit to pay for our services. Family Home Care encourages you to call our organization to learn more about being homebound and whether it is necessary to qualify for our services.
Yes. There are various home health care agencies in your area; however, not all of them provide the same services. We encourage you to interview a couple of agencies to determine which agency best fits your specific needs.
Family Home Care serves the following counties in Indiana: Adams, Allen, Blackford, Grant, Huntington, Jay, Wabash, and Wells.
Family Home Care encourages you to call today at 800-355-2817 to learn more about how our home health care services can assist you in the home. Once we have obtained a physician order and established a plan of care, we can begin services immediately.