Our Home Health Aides provide intermittent, short-term support in your home along with your skilled care team. They will follow a structured care plan that is tailored to your own specified needs while you are under the care of our skilled clinicians.
Depending on your loved one’s needs, the home health aide may assist with the following activities below. All home health aide responsibilities are determined at the start of care, so you know what to expect at every visit.
Aside from the comfort, familiarity and convenience receiving support at home brings, home health aides can provide a variety of benefits, including:
Working together, we can ensure your loved one has all the support they need to stay in their own home safely—and live their best life.
Caring for you means acting as backup support so you can maintain your life balance—and avoid caregiver burnout.
Regular visits allow our Home Health Aides to stay on top of your loved one’s health—and bring any health changes to the care team’s attention before they become emergent.
We’ll collaborate with your loved one to practice ways they can protect themselves from further or repeated injury—and potential dangers around the home.
In addition to providing home-based health services, our home health aides will work alongside your loved one’s care team to advocate for every aspect of their health. And that means ensuring they achieve independence, overall wellness and can pursue a life that’s meaningful for them.
We understand the importance of having access to healthcare that meets you where you are. That's why Traditions Health continues to expand across the country to offer access to quality care for those in need. As we expand, we remain committed to the same values on which we were founded – prioritizing patient-focused, compassionate care, while building strong relationships in the communities we serve.