Colorado Help at Home and our team of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, nursing assistants, and other skilled health care workers and in-home caregivers are experienced and certified with the qualifications and skills to provide excellent care for your loved one, and from the comfort of their own home, here in Colorado. We offer an accredited, regulated, and monitored at-home treatment program that provides home health services to eligible individuals who need assistance due to physical limitations, chronic illnesses, or cognitive impairments.
What Do At-Home Health Agencies Do?
Home healthcare agencies, like Colorado Help at Home, provide skilled medical care and personal care services to individuals in their residences. Our skilled nurses provide a wide range of services in the home, including monitoring vital signs, administer medications, wound care, nutritional guidance, bathing and dressing assistance, mobility assistance, IV therapy, nutrition support, help with daily living and personal hygiene, or other types of medical treatment. We also offer specialized in-home care services for complex medical conditions such as stroke recovery or cancer treatment.
What Are The Benefits Of At-Home Nursing Care?
At-home health care ensures that your loved one receives personalized attention and medical assistance from a registered nurse (RN) and/or licensed practical nurse(LPN) and other medical professionals. This kind of care provides a better outcome for seniors who require ongoing medical intervention or who have difficulty accessing traditional healthcare facilities due to physical limitations or age-related cognitive impairments. It’s also more affordable than other types of long-term care. Plus, it offers your loved one the comfort of remaining in their own home with familiar surroundings and family members nearby.
We also work with your existing medical team, including your primary care provider (PCP), hospital discharge planner, specialists, home health agencies, and/or other medical professionals. This ensures continuity of care for your loved one – an important factor in the quality of their overall healthcare experience.
What Services Does Colorado Help at Home Provide?
At Colorado Help at Home we understand that each individual requires a personalized approach to healthcare, so we provide professional nursing services and specialized treatments tailored to meet the needs of our patients. We offer:
• Comprehensive in-home assessments
• Management and monitoring of medications and vital signs
• Wound care and nutritional support
• Physical therapy
• Cardiac rehabilitation
• Stroke recovery programs
• Health promotion activities, such as exercise plans or symptom management
• Mental health support
• Personal care, including bathing and dressing assistance
• Transportation services
• 24/7 access to our on-call medical staff
With the help of Colorado Help at Home, you can rest assured knowing that your loved one is receiving quality care from experienced and certified professionals, and we’re always just a phone call away!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the meaning of home health care?
Home health care is a type of healthcare service provided in the home of an individual who requires medical assistance due to physical limitations, chronic illnesses, or cognitive impairments. Home health care is typically managed by registered nurses and licensed practical nurses and includes monitoring vital signs, administering medications, wound care, nutritional guidance, bathing and dressing assistance, mobility assistance, IV therapy, nutrition support, help with daily living, and personal hygiene.
How do I find an in-home caregiver in Colorado?
The easiest way to find an in-home caregiver, or a home health agency, is to search online for reliable providers in your area. Our team here at Colorado Help at Home has been providing quality in-home healthcare services and specialized treatments tailored to meet the needs of our patients for over a decade, and we’re just a phone call away!
How do you qualify for home health care in Colorado?
In order to qualify for home health care in Colorado, you must be medically eligible and demonstrate a need for the services offered. To determine your eligibility, you’ll need to meet with a qualified home health agency like Colorado Help at Home and complete an initial assessment. Our team of healthcare professionals will work with your existing medical team, including your primary care provider (PCP), hospital discharge planner, specialists, home health agencies, and other medical professionals to ensure continuity of care for your loved one.
How much does home nursing cost?
The cost of at-home nursing services depends on the type and level of care required. Colorado Help at Home offers a variety of payment options, including private pay, long-term care insurance, and VA benefits for veterans and their spouses. We also accept Medicaid Waiver programs designed to help you cover the costs associated with in-home health services. Contact us today for more information about our payment options!
How much does 24-hour in-home care cost in Colorado?
The cost of 24-hour in-home care depends on the type and level of care required. At Colorado Help at Home, our team of skilled nurses can provide a wide range of services to meet your loved one’s unique needs. We offer private pay, long-term care insurance, and VA benefits for veterans and their spouses, as well as Medicaid Waiver programs designed to help you cover the costs associated with home health services. Contact us today for more information!