Specialized Care ​

24-Hour Care

24-Hour Care refers to a comprehensive caregiving service where trained caregivers are available round-the-clock to assist and monitor individuals in need. This continuous care model ensures that support is accessible at any hour of the day or night, providing peace of mind to both the individual receiving care and their family members.

End-of-Life Care

For over 10 years, Familiar Roads Home HealthCare Agency has provided quality care to seniors and their families when they need it the most. Hearing that an illness is not responding to treatment or that the end of life may be near can be extremely difficult. Many people prefer to spend their remaining days at home where they are most familiar. This can put a lot of pressure on family members. Our hospice care service provides support for family and comfort care for clients.

Palliative Care

Palliative care is specialized medical care focused on providing relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of serious illness, regardless of the diagnosis. The primary goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family, addressing physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs. It can be provided alongside curative treatments and is appropriate at any stage of a serious illness.

Parkinson’s Care

Home Care for Those Living With Parkinson’s Managing the progression of Parkinson’s disease can bring a mix of disbelief, confusion and fear. No one really knows what causes the neurodegenerative brain disorder and its effect on muscle movement and control. While there is not yet a cure, groups like the Parkinson’s Foundation are helping to advance breakthroughs in medications and treatments. Until there is a cure, we are here to help you every step of the way. 

Post-Hospital Care

Transitioning from a hospital environment back to one’s home can be both a relief and a challenge. The structured and supervised setting of a hospital provides an inherent sense of security, but at home, many patients may feel overwhelmed or uncertain about their recovery process. This is where post-hospital care steps in, offering a bridge of continuous support, ensuring patients not only heal but also regain their confidence and independence in the familiar setting of their home.

Stroke Care Services

A stroke can be a life-changing event, altering an individual’s physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being. In the aftermath of a stroke, it becomes essential to have specialized care tailored to address the unique challenges and needs of the stroke survivor. Stroke Care Services are designed to support individuals who have experienced a stroke, facilitating their recovery and helping them regain as much independence as possible.

Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care Services

Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia present unique challenges not only to those diagnosed but also to their family and caregivers. As these conditions progress, cognitive decline, memory loss, behavioral changes, and difficulty with daily tasks become more prevalent. Specialized care services become imperative to ensure the safety, well-being, and comfort of individuals living with these cognitive disorders.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) are disorders that are present at birth or develop during childhood. They affect an individual’s physical, intellectual, and/or emotional development, often leading to life-long challenges. These disabilities can impede daily functioning in various areas, such as conceptual, social, and practical skills.

Diabetes Care

Diabetes care encompasses the comprehensive management and treatment of the condition to ensure optimal health and minimize related complications. This involves regularly monitoring blood glucose levels, potentially using oral or injectable medications, maintaining a balanced diet mindful of carbohydrate intake, engaging in regular physical activity, and attending routine medical check-ups to monitor disease progression. Education about the disease, its factors, and self-management techniques, like foot care and recognizing blood sugar extremes, is essential. Additionally, mental health support, due to the emotional challenges of living with diabetes, and regular screenings for potential complications such as eye, nerve, and kidney diseases, are integral to thorough diabetes care.

Private Duty

Private duty care is flexible and client-centered, allowing individuals to remain in their familiar environments while receiving the level of assistance they require. Whether it’s a few hours a week or around-the-clock care, these services can be tailored to suit an individual’s circumstances and preferences.

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