With a focus on recovery, rehabilitation and health education, our Skilled Home Health support team provides a wide range of clinical health services to take you or a loved one home safely.
Our comprehensive support team includes professionals from a variety of disciplines to ensure you have the care you need. Learn more in this brief video.
Our proprietary programs are designed to provide a plan of
customized care for a variety of diagnoses and needs.
Call Us First is vital to eliminating emergency room visits and rehospitalizations. Elara Caring reviews Call Us First with every visit and phone call with patients and caregivers to ensure they know how and when to reach us to support care.
Our COPD program is designed to equip patients to successfully manage unique pulmonary diagnosis needs to ease symptoms, lower the risk of complications and improve quality of life.
BLOOM is a diagnosis-centric care plan that addresses the specific needs of each diabetes patient. Treatment and lifestyle changes can ease symptoms, lower the risk of complications and improve quality of life. BLOOM is focused on personal goal setting, physical movement, nutrition, educational activities and diabetes disease management and wellness with a plan that addresses:
Better blood sugar control
Ownership to take control over diabetes
Opportunity to embrace and support wellness
Movement toward better health
Better BalanceLearn More
Our Better Balance fall prevention program is designed to assess and address the core problems of adults who fall and/or lose their balance. The first step in applying successful treatment is to determine the root cause. Developed by medical clinicians, Better Balance utilizes evidence-based standardized testing to identify specific patient dysfunctions that may be contributing to balance issues, then formulates an individualized and targeted care plan.
Better Balance addresses:
This diagnosis-centric care program focuses on self-assessment, heart failure disease management and wellness. We provide an added layer of support with our telehealth program that provides equipment to supplement direct patient care and promote conversation, interaction and learning opportunities between patient and clinician.
Joint VentureLearn More
This diagnosis-centric care program designed for patients preparing or recovering from hip or knee joint replacement surgery is focused on recovery after surgery, rehabilitation and wellness. We provide an added layer of support with our telehealth program that provides equipment to supplement direct patient care and promote conversation, interaction and learning opportunities between patient and clinician.
Roll for ControlLearn More
This physical therapy program not only improves patient continence but also improves quality of life by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles that influence bladder and bowel function. Incontinence is not a normal part of aging, and 80% of urinary incontinence sufferers can be cured or improved.
Our clinician assessments address self-awareness/management, mobility, dietary factors, social activities, safety, medication factors, strength/flexibility, environmental clues and voiding patterns. Then our physical therapists implement a four-step approach utilizing:
Eye Care, We CareLearn More
Our low vision rehabilitation program is designed to improve function and quality of life focusing on preventing accident and injury. Our occupational therapists teach patients how to use their remaining vision more effectively by incorporating techniques and adaptive equipment to maintain independence and safety at home.
Mindful CARELearn More
Our Mindful CARE program recognizes that the emotional and physical demands of providing care can strain even the most capable caregiver. This program provides support with:
The program promotes awareness of mental wellness among patients and caregivers, improves early detection of new or exacerbating symptoms of anxiety and/or depression and facilitates effective follow-up interventions for caregivers who show significant signs and symptoms.
The Elara Caring diagnosis-centric program for stroke helps manage lifestyle changes, medication and stroke rehabilitation, which can reduce the risk of a recurrent stroke and improve the disabling effects of a past stroke. Our multidisciplinary clinical team includes physical and occupational therapists, speech therapist and social workers who focus on self-assessment, disease management and wellness. We provide an added layer of support with our telehealth program that provides equipment to supplement direct patient care.
Our stroke program addresses the comprehensive needs of stroke patients including:
Elara Caring partners with Sepsis Alliance in a collaboration to improve care, outcomes and early identification of patients with sepsis in the home care setting. This program is designed to put lifesaving protocols in place so that every Elara Caring team member and patient/caregiver knows how to spot the signs of sepsis and to act immediately.
Signs of sepsis:
Temperature—can be higher or lower than normal
Infection—may have signs and symptoms of an infection
Mental decline—patient may be confused, sleepy or difficult to rouse
Extremely ill—patient may experience severe pain, discomfort or shortness of breath
Our ElaraConnect platform proactively identifies patient needs and connects them with the appropriate level of care. We utilize state-of-the-art telehealth equipment that supplements direct patient care and promotes conversation, interaction and learning opportunities between patient and clinician. The platform includes the following programs:
It is a program of care and support for individuals recovering from illness, injury, new diagnoses, recent surgery or hospitalization. The focus is on recovery, rehabilitation and health education. Our support team provides a wide range of clinical health services to take you or a loved one home safely and enhance ongoing safety and quality of life.
Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) covers eligible home health services including:
You or a loved one may be able to qualify for service with one or more of the following conditions:
Home health care is a Medicare Part A benefit that does not require a copay or deductible for patients who meet eligibility criteria. Other payment sources may include Medicaid, private insurance, workers’ compensation, private payment or alternative funding.
Patients must be under the care of a doctor, or other allowed practitioner such as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant, and getting services under a plan of care that is reviewed regularly by a doctor. A doctor must certify that the patient needs:
If you have a patient that could benefit from Elara Caring’s Skilled Home Health services, we can provide clinical support to take your patient safely from hospital to home.Refer a Patient