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Find a Home Health Care Services You and Your Loved One Can Rely On

When you or a loved one is facing temporary health challenges, recovering from an injury or surgery, or require care for a life-limiting issue, there really is no place like home. That’s why National Church Residences offers highly qualified and compassionate home health care for seniors.

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Home Health Care Services for Seniors

At National Church Residences, we offer a range of home health services that are designed to put your life back in your own control and help you live as self-sufficiently as possible. Our services include Medicare- and Medicaid-certified visiting nurse teams, private duty assistance and hospice care.

Nursing: Personalized Home Health Nursing Services

National Church Residences Home & Community Services Home Health Care is about living your life the way you always have – independently in your own home. And our staff has the skills and expertise to help you realize this goal when you are faced with temporary health challenges.

Whether you need assistance returning from a hospital or nursing home stay, we can help ensure your coming home is successful. And our services can help prevent and decrease emergency room visits and extended hospital stays, too.

Private Duty: Home Assistance with Daily Activities

Sometimes when people are discharged from the hospital or other health care facility, they still need assistance with activities of daily life. This is where private duty care can help.

National Church Residences Private Duty Care helps clients remain independent and at home — either during recovery from an illness or injury, or when long-term supportive services are needed.

Private Duty Services Offered

The National Church Residences Private Duty team offers non-skilled home care, including assistance with:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Grooming
  • Light housekeeping
  • Shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Monitoring medication routines or schedules
  • Running errands
  • Appointment scheduling
  • Correspondence and household paperwork
  • Transportation
  • Companionship and conversation

Our staff is merely a phone call away — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. There are also no out-of-pocket costs for those with Medicare.

About Our Skilled Nursing Teams

Our home health care nursing teams include:

  • Nurses: Our nurses work with your physician, make certain that you understand your health issues and can assist you to manage your health with the best possible results.
  • Physician Therapists: Our physical therapists can safely and expertly increase your strength and stability while improving your day-to-day functions and balance.
  • Occupational Therapists: Our occupational therapists can enhance your independence and safety while making suggestions about how to perform daily tasks more efficiently.
  • Speech Therapists: These clinicians assist clients with memory issues, swallowing and communication challenges. This includes designing individual plans for those who experience short-term memory loss.
  • Social Workers: By partnering with you and your family, these resource experts can offer all the options and support available to you through various community resources. These professionals are your key to opening the door to many unknown or underutilized services.
  • Home Health Aides: These caring professionals offer personal care assistance, such as making certain you are safe in the shower or bath.

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Common Questions About Home Health

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How can I locate a home health care provider for my mom?

National Church Residences can provide your parent with a home health care plan that is customized to your family’s needs. We offer services such as home health aides, private duty nursing, occupational, speech and physical therapy, and hospice care. Read More

What exactly is a senior living community?

A senior living community often provides a continuum of care for senior from independent living to skilled nursing or secure memory care services. National Church Residences communities are entire campuses filled with a variety of living options that help residents age gracefully in the same community without having to relocate. Read More

How can I deal with the emotions involved in caring for my aging parent?

When a grown child is caring for their aging parent, it can be challenging to address the emotions that are involved with moving to a senior living community. The good news is that there are many national and local resources are available for caregivers:

• Family Caregiver Alliance
• National Alliance for Caregiving
• National Family Caregiving Associations
• National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor. Read More

How can I locate a home health care provider for my mom?

National Church Residences can provide your parent with a home health care plan that is customized to your family’s needs. We offer services such as home health aides, private duty nursing, occupational, speech and physical therapy, and hospice care.

Read More

What exactly is a senior living community?

A senior living community often provides a continuum of care for senior from independent living to skilled nursing or secure memory care services. National Church Residences communities are entire campuses filled with a variety of living options that help residents age gracefully in the same community without having to relocate.

Read More

How can I deal with the emotions involved in caring for my aging parent?

When a grown child is caring for their aging parent, it can be challenging to address the emotions that are involved with moving to a senior living community. The good news is that there are many national and local resources are available for caregivers:

• Family Caregiver Alliance
• National Alliance for Caregiving
• National Family Caregiving Associations
• National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor.

Read More


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