Skilled Home Health
Focusing on Recovery, Rehabilitation and Health Education
Our team provides a wide-range of in-home clinical services with focus on recovery, rehabilitation and health education.
Our Skilled Home Health Support Team
Are you a physician or facility?
Are You Dealing With Any of These Health Issues?
If so, you may be eligible for home health care. Get in touch with us to learn more.
Do I Qualify?
There are certain eligibility requirements that Medicare defines in order to qualify for home health benefits. If leaving home is difficult, and if you are dealing with any of the listed health issues, we will be glad to talk with your doctor and assess your eligibility.
How Will I Pay?
Home health care is a Medicare Part A benefit which requires no copay or deductible for patients who meet eligibility criteria. Other payment sources may include: Medicaid, private insurance, worker’s compensation, private pay or alternate funding.
Skilled Home Health Programs
Diagnosis-centric action plans promote patient and caregiver engagement in a personalized approach to target the specific care needs of a patient based on their diagnosis. Specific zones are customized for each diagnosis so that patients and caregivers know when and how to take action.
A fall prevention program designed to assess and address core problems of adults who fall and/or lose their balance. The first step in applying successful treatment is to determine the root cause of falling and/or loss of balance.
Areas of focus include:
- Somato-Sensory Nervous System
- ABC-Confidence Scale
- Muscle Imbalance
- Fear of Falling
- Adaptive Equipment Needs
- Postural Training
- Home/Environmental Hazards
- Functional Deficits
- Physician Communication
- Personalized Coordination of Care
A program designed to provide customized in-home care needed after Total Knee or Total Hip surgery to ensure successful recovery. Our customizable Post-Op Care Program gets you on the road to recovery with individualized Physical Therapy visits at home, including a full home safety assessment to avoid unnecessary hospitalizations or emergency room visits.
- Same day start of care
- Reduced hospitalizations
- Long-term recovery and independence
An incontinence program designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that influence bladder and bowel function through a four-step process which is implemented by Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants. Roll for Control’s four-step process utilizes physiological quieting, core strengthening, pelvic floor strengthening and dietary recommendations.
Individual assessment areas include:
- Dietary factors
- Social activities
- Medication factors
- Environmental clues
- Voiding patterns
Sepsis Alliance and Elara Caring have embarked on a public-private collaboration to improve care, outcomes and early identification of patients with sepsis in the home care setting. The risk of dying from sepsis increases by as much as 8% for every hour treatment is delayed. This program is designed to put life-saving 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.
Technology-enhanced patient care at home, based on each patient’s individual needs amplifies our ability to provide the right care, at the right time, in the right place; and to prevent avoidable emergency room visits and hospitalization.
Eligible patients can expect:
- Improved chronic disease management, outcomes & satisfaction
- Increased engagement in their care plan
- Real-time identification of changes in health status and immediate clinical intervention
- Reduced chance of returning to the emergency room or hospital unnecessarily.
Please note: Not all programs are available in all service areas. Contact us for more information.