When a loved one’s health declines, it is stressful for families. Worries about falls, medications, rehabilitation, and hospitalization can take their toll. Above all, families are concerned about their loved one’s recovery, and it’s difficult to know what the best solution is to help them do this. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone.

Often, the best option is to bring the care to your loved one so they can recover where they feel most comfortable: at home. Patients who receive skilled nursing care at home can avoid unnecessary hospital admissions, and, for those who qualify, home health care is covered 100 percent by Medicare and most private insurance.

Kindred at Home, the largest home health provider in the country, offers industry-leading, individualized care that can help your loved one get back on their feet and regain their independence in familiar surroundings.

How do you know if home health care is right for you?

Navigating your options for care can be confusing and overwhelming. When you call Kindred at Home, you’ll speak to a registered nurse right away—one who can knowledgeably answer your questions about you or your loved one’s health challenges and help you make choices you feel good about.


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What the Kindred at Home team does

Kindred at Home care teams can consist of skilled nurses, social workers, home health aides, and occupational, speech and physical therapists who will help your loved one stick to their physician’s care plan—and achieve their own personal health goals. With their care team’s support, your loved one can improve their ability to independently manage their medical condition, restore their pre-admission level of activity, and avoid readmission to the hospital.

Types of care offered by the Kindred at Home team

There are a wide variety of home care services available, depending on individual circumstances:

  • Nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy
  • Cardiac care
  • Pulmonary care
  • Fall prevention
  • Orthopedic care
  • Wound care
  • Neuro rehab
  • Social services

Services provided by the Kindred at Home team

Here are the kinds of things the Kindred at Home health team will address when they visit:

  • Complete assessment of their health
  • How to properly take medications
  • Individualized therapy to increase independence
  • Safety education in the home
  • Education of their diseases and when to seek help when symptoms arise
  • Pain assessment and management
  • Coordination of care with other members of the health care team
  • Diet and nutritional education
  • Community resources to maintain independence at home

A provider you can trust

Kindred at Home is the country’s leading provider of comprehensive home health care services, with an extensive network of experienced and compassionate clinicians. Their skilled care teams are committed to treating every client with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Speak to an expert today

Kindred at Home is no cost to those who qualify, and they accept most forms of insurance. If you or a family member is facing a recovery from illness or surgery, Kindred at Home registered nurses are available 24/7 to provide guidance and answer any questions you have about their services or your financial qualifications. Call 1.833.HOME.047 (833.466.3047) or visit http://kindredathome.com/HomeCare.