Anything that can be done in a hospital can be done at home with a little ingenuity and a lot of skill.
It has been shown time and again that the home environment is the best, most restorative environment for the elderly and for people of all ages living with or recovering from illness, injury or surgery. People value their independence and studies show that the longer people remain so, the healthier they are emotionally, mentally and physically.
That’s why when the doctor or hospital recommends skilled nursing care, we realize many questions immediately come to mind:
• What is skilled care?
• Does this mean I have to consider a nursing home?
• Why do I need a nurse?
• What can a nurse do that I can’t?
Helping Hands Healthcare understands what you’re going through. As a patient, it can be disconcerting to imagine a non-family member coming to care for you every day. As a caregiver for a loved one, we understand the enormity of this responsibility. You want to give your loved one undivided attention but you have a multitude of responsibilities. Providing care while juggling a family, household responsibilities and your career can be challenging.
These are difficult circumstances and that’s why Helping Hands Healthcare was founded – to bring peace of mind and TLC to those who need it most. Both of you can rest easy knowing that when you work with us, you or your loved one will receive exceptional, compassionate care from a highly trained, specialized nursing staff right in the comfort of home.
We want you to understand all your options so you can make informed decisions. Visit our What is Skilled Care page to learn more about this specialized branch of services, or give us a call toll free at 1-877-894-5438 or local 513-777-2818. We'll answer all your questions so you can make the choice that's right for you.