We are committed to delivering the best outcomes and highest quality service through the dedicated efforts of every team member. We are committed to continuous improvement in providing responsive and personalized care and strive to be leaders for others to emulate.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the first visit look like?
At the start of care, the nurse will review your history and complete an assessment. The nurse will collaborate with a physician to see if you are eligible to be admitted into the program. The nurse will explain the services provided based on your plan of care and you will have to sign a consent form. You may want to have your caregiver or family member/advocate present during this visit.
How much does care cost?
We always have helpful staff on hand to go over the prices of the different services we offer. Please give us a call, and we would be pleased to get you a cost estimate and assessment without any commitment. After talking about your loved one's unique needs and preferences, we will send you a personalized care quotation if you believe you might need a 24-hour care program. We offer a service guarantee with every treatment. You are welcome to get in touch with us personally at (281) 570 4072 if you believe that this promise is not being met at any point.
Must I commit for a set amount of time?
There are no locked-in agreements, and care can be scheduled for as little as one visit or as frequently as necessary.
How often will my care team visit me?
At the start of care, your case manager will assess your clinical situation and develop an individualized care plan including the frequency of visits.
What sort of people do your team visit?
Every one of our customers is a unique person with a unique tale to tell. Among them are those who:
Despite any health issues, take pleasure in being in their own house (whether permanent or temporary)
Respect discrete and conscientious employees
Value their own routine
Some of our clients might require a visiting Registered Nurse because they have a wound or a fractured bone. Others may simply be slowing down a bit and require assistance with household chores, commuting, and other tasks while they remain living at home. Others may be dealing with terminal illness.
What level of care—or lack thereof—can I set up?
We are experts at offering both more informal care and round-the-clock assistance to those with complex requirements.
What is a plan of care?
A plan of care directs the type of services and treatments you will receive. Your doctor will decide:
The type of services needed
The type of health care professional providing your services
How often you will need the services
The type of home medical equipment you will need
The type of food you may need
The results your doctor expects from the therapy
The home health agency staff provides care according to your authorized plan of care. We encourage the patient and caregivers to participate in the treatment plan as it relates to goal planning.