Home Health Care Mackay

At some point in life, your body may not be functioning properly. There is a wide range of reasons that this could happen, and you could be seeking out ways to get your body back to its normal state. Depending on who you are, this may happen at a younger age or once you are a senior. One of the options that you have when you are trying to recover your health is home health care. This is when professionals come to your home to give you health care and help you keep your independence. At Brio Home Health and Hospice, we want to help you keep your independence and feel good about the steps you are making for your health. Our team is full of experienced professionals who will be able to help you with your various needs. 

Who is Home Health Care For?

Home health care is designed to meet the diverse needs of individuals who require medical, rehabilitative, or supportive services and prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own homes. It is for:

Seniors

Elderly individuals who may face challenges with activities of daily living, chronic conditions, or age-related issues, can benefit from home health care to maintain independence and receive personalized support.

Post-Surgery Patients

Individuals recovering from surgeries, including those requiring extended rehabilitation or follow-up care, can receive professional medical attention and assistance with recovery at home.

Chronic Illness Management

People managing chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or respiratory disorders can receive ongoing care, medication management, and monitoring in their home environment.

Stroke Survivors

Individuals recovering from strokes often require comprehensive rehabilitation and support. Home health care provides tailored services to address physical and cognitive challenges during the recovery process.

Pediatric Patients

Children with chronic conditions, congenital disorders, or those recovering from surgeries can receive pediatric home health care services, ensuring they get specialized care in a familiar setting.

Neurological Disorders

Individuals with neurological conditions like Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, or ALS can receive specialized care at home, focusing on symptom management and maintaining quality of life.

Wound Care Recipients

Those in need of ongoing wound care, whether due to chronic wounds or post-surgical wounds, can receive professional medical attention and monitoring in the comfort of their homes.

Individuals with Limited Mobility

Those with limited mobility due to age, disability, or other factors can benefit from assistance with daily activities, mobility support, and personalized care at home.

Post-Hospital Discharge

Individuals transitioning from hospital to home may opt for home health care to ensure a smooth recovery process, reduce the risk of readmission, and receive ongoing medical supervision.

End-of-Life Care

Individuals in need of hospice or end-of-life care often choose to spend their remaining time at home, surrounded by loved ones, with the support of home health care professionals.

Palliative Care Recipients

Those receiving palliative care, which focuses on providing comfort and improving the quality of life for individuals with serious illnesses, can benefit from home health care services.

Those Seeking Comfort and Convenience

Home health care is also for individuals who value the convenience, personalized attention, and comfort that comes with receiving care in their own homes.

Home health care is a flexible and patient-centric approach that caters to a wide range of individuals with varying healthcare needs, promoting a sense of familiarity and well-being in their preferred environment.

If you or a loved one needs help with any of the following, you may consider home health assistance from BRiO. 

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
  • Medication Management
  • Chronic Health Conditions
  • Post-Hospitalization Recovery
  • Memory Care
  • Companionship
  • Meal Preparation
  • Fall Prevention
  • Respite Care
  • Safety Concerns
  • Stroke or Injury Recovery

 

In-home care is a flexible and customizable option that can be tailored to the specific needs and preferences, providing a range of services to promote well-being, independence, and quality of life without having to be uprooted. The specific type and level of in-home care required will vary from person to person. If someone is in the final stages of life, they will require hospice care. While different from home health, hospice in Idaho Falls is also a service that we provide if age or illness advances to that point.

What is Included in Home Health Care?

Home health care typically includes a range of medical, rehabilitative, and supportive services delivered in the comfort of an individual’s home. The specific services provided can vary based on the individual’s needs and the care plan developed by healthcare professionals. Here are common components included in home health care:

  • Skilled Nursing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Services
  • Medication Management
  • Aid Services
  • Chronic Illness Management
  • Pain Management
  • Wound Care


These are just some of the services that can be included in your home health care plan. Each individual plan is unique and is made to cater to the needs of the patient. Our team is able to help with many different tasks or services, anything that we can do to help with maintaining your independence.

Choose BRiO Home Health and Hospice

No matter what you are going through in your health journey, there are things that can be done to help you. One of those things that you can do is get home health care. There is a wide range of health concerns that could benefit from home health care. At Brio Home Health and Hospice, we care about the patients that we get to work with. We want you to feel that you are maintaining your independence and confidence in the home health care plan that is created for you. With our team of trained professionals, we will help you with any of your needs and give you the care that you need and deserve. Please call us with any questions that you may have about what we can do for you. We are here to help you through the challenging times in your life and get you where you want to be!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will my insurance cover home health care? 

This will depend on your current healthcare plan. Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance will cover home health care. If you are not sure about what kind of coverage you have, call us and we will get in contact with your healthcare provider to get more information.

Q: Can I choose the services offered to me?

It is completely up to you what services you choose to utilize from our home health care services. We offer a wide range of services so that we can cater to each individual’s needs in one place if needed. 

Q: Is there an age restriction on home health care?

No, there are no age restrictions when it comes to home health care. No matter your age, if you are in need of health services in your home we are happy to help you.

BRiO Hospice & Specialties Include:  

  • Expert Hospice Medical Directors
  • Knowledgeable Nurses & Nursing Assistants
  • Skilled Medical Social Workers
  • Chaplains
  • Volunteers
  • Caregiver Support & Education
  • Bereavement Counseling
  • Holistic Healing
    • Counseling
    • Physical Therapy

Are you or a loved one experiencing any of the following?

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Why hospice now?

Patients who are referred to hospice care early in their disease process can receive the full benefit of hospice care; including getting their medical, social, and spiritual needs met through a holistic team approach.

Please call us for an assessment.