An injury or illness creates a lot of uncertainty and stress for the person who has it as well as family members. In addition to other obligations, it is not easy to take care of family members temporarily or for a long time. For some people with family members, taking care of them is not an option because their family members may be too far away from them.
Having a solid support system with home health assistance is crucial for a person’s recovery, because it helps them regain their independence and remain at home instead of in a nursing home. Professional home health care is an option that offers the necessary support recovering clients need while reducing stress and anxiety.
Non-skilled care adds personal care support from caregivers that are well trained to help clients live at home safely. Caregivers help with activities of daily living (ADLs) like bathing, dressing, grooming, and ambulating. They can also assist with instrumental activities of daily living (IADL’s) such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, shopping, cooking and laundry.
Wells HealthCare offers clients and their families the ability to choose care at home instead of going to a nursing home or assisted living. The goal of home care and related services we provide is to help clients live at home as independently as possible and prevent them from being readmitted to the hospital.
One of the most significant challenges families face when looking for home health care is access to comprehensive care services. Wells HealthCare offers both skilled care and non-skilled care to give clients access to the highest level of in-home help for seniors in Worcester, Middlesex, Suffolk, and Hampden counties.
Skilled home care brings skilled medical professionals such as nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and home health aides to a patient’s home to provide medical care in conjunction with the patient’s primary care provider. We use a multi-disciplinary team approach to effectively help each client.