1. Nursing Care: This involves skilled nursing services such as wound care, medication management, injections, monitoring vital signs, and other medical procedures.
  2. Physical Therapy: Therapists help with rehabilitation, exercises, mobility improvement, and recovery after an injury or surgery.
  3. Occupational Therapy: Focused on helping individuals perform daily tasks and regain skills necessary for independent living.
  4. Speech Therapy: Helps individuals with speech and language issues, swallowing problems, or cognitive communication difficulties.
  5. Medical Social Services: Social workers assist with counseling, resources, and guidance on healthcare options, community services, and support systems.
  6. Home Health Aides: They provide personal care assistance such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs).
  7. Companionship: Some home health care providers offer companionship, offering emotional support, engagement, and ensuring the well-being of the individual.
  8. Palliative Care: Aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals dealing with serious illnesses, focusing on symptom management and overall comfort.
  9. Chronic Disease Management: Assistance with managing chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, or COPD through education, monitoring, and support.
  10. Wound Care: Dressing changes and care for chronic wounds or surgical sites.

The specific services provided in home health care depend on the individual’s health condition, prescribed treatments, and the care plan established by healthcare professionals in coordination with the patient and their family. The goal is to promote recovery, maintain health, and improve the individual’s quality of life within the comfort of their own home. Serenity Home Care & Rehab in Ann Arbor, Michigan offers a complimentary assessment. Contact us here to schedule a time that works for you https://serenityhcrehab.com/schedule-free-assessment-2/. or call 734-677-4844