WHAT IS IN-HOME CARE?
Home care includes any professional support services that allow a person to live safely in their home. In-home care services can help someone who is aging and needs assistance to live independently; is managing chronic health issues; is recovering from a medical setback; or has special needs or a disability.
Medical research shows that a familiar environment can speed recovery, reduce stress, and ensure comfort. Our in-home private duty services can be availed without a physician’s order and offer greater convenience, privacy, and a more economical alternative to the rising costs of institutions.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF IN-HOME CARE
The biggest advantage of in-home care is for seniors; it allows older adults to age in place and avoid making the move to an institution.
At home, a senior feels most comfortable with the environment. Home care is also the most cost-effective health care delivery offered as there are no room and board costs compared to nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and other institutional care settings. Home care offers individualized services that are tailored to the client’s health care needs and finances.
Adult children of seniors serve as primary caregivers to the ill or elderly loved ones. In-home care assistance allows family caregivers to carry own with their life priorities like work, childcare, spousal relationship, and more time for self.
In general, receiving non-medical home care reduces unavoidable hospital readmission, and research show that individuals are recuperating from illness, injury, or surgery heal more quickly when recovering at home instead of a medical facility.
Nursing – pain and symptom management
Social Services – resources and support
Chaplains – spiritual care
Physician – oversees care
Volunteers – Private Duty / In-Home Care trained
Bereavement – 13 month program
Nursing Aides – Assistance with activities of daily living
BENEFITS OF ANOVA
Point-of-care technologies that integrate data to enable better, faster and more efficient care
Tele-monitoring to enable early intervention
Proprietary disease-specific RightPath® programs, which are based on expert clinical guidelines
Optimized clinical staffing to provide specialized care, including palliative care and behavioral health management
Rigorous personnel training requirements with over 200 mandatory online modules
Do I qualify for home health services?In order to receive home care services,you must receive a written order for home health care by a doctor. Also, your care needs must be short term,not continuous, Finally, you must have a linited ability to leave your home or require considerable effort to do so.
How soon can i start services?Yes! To add a picture follow these simple steps: Enter App Settings Click the "Manage Questions" button Click on the question you would like to attach a picture to When editing your answer, click on the picture icon and then add an image from your library
Will you keep my doctor informed of my progress?Yes! Users can add video from YouTube or Vimeo with ease: Enter App Settings Click the "Manage Questions" button Click on the question you would like to attach a video to When editing your answer, click on the video icon and then paste the YouTube or Vimeo video URL That's it! A thumbnail of your video will appear in answer text box
What insurance do accept?How will I be billed?The FAQ title can be adjusted in the settings tab of the App Settings. You can also remove the title by unchecking its checkbox in the settings tab.
Palliative Care in Western Pennsylvania
If you have a patient that is homebound or who you think may qualify for home care under any of the criteria listed, Anova Health Care System will complete an initial in-home physical assessment and evaluation. Our specialty-trained registered nurses will complete an extensive physical evaluation; obtain lab work, if needed and our staff will then relay all the necessary facts to assist the physician in making those important decisions.
For more information on an in-home assessment, or to meet with our Community Relations Representative to learn about any of our services, please call us at 1-888-ANOVA-11.
HOW DO PRIVATE DUTY SERVICES START?
Help is just a phone call away. Anyone can call Anova Health Care System to receive information about Private Duty / In-Home Care services . We offer support to patients and families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will also contact the physician to ensure that the patient is eligible for the Private Duty / In-Home Care benefit. If Private Duty / In-Home Care is right for you, a Private Duty / In-Home Care representative will meet with you and your family for admission toPrivate Duty / In-Home Care . A plan of care will be developed by you, your physician, and the Private Duty / In-Home Care interdisciplinary team that is specific to your needs.
Did you know that Private Duty / In-Home Care care can be provided wherever your loved one lives?
Whether it’s in the comfort of their own residence, assisted living, or long-term care residence, our team of professionals and volunteers will provide them with the full range of Private Duty / In-Home Care services they are entitled to.
Anova Private Duty / In-Home Care provides all medications, medical equipment and supplies related to the Private Duty / In-Home Care diagnosis. For more information on how Anova Private Duty / In-Home Care can help your loved one or to schedule a free Private Duty / In-Home Care consultation visit, please call: 724-483-3812.
Paying for Private Duty / In-Home Care
When curing a serious illness is no longer possible, many people choose to stop curative treatment and accept palliative care. Palliative care means emphasis is placed on comfort and control of symptoms. It is not intended to prolong life. Private Duty / In-Home Care is provided primarily in the home, nursing home, or in an assisted living facility.