Hebrew Health Visiting Nurses staff are trained to meet the special needs of older adults and adults with chronic illness. They provide hands-on care, offer instruction in self-care, preventative health and wellness, and instruct family members on how to help their older relatives achieve and maintain an optimal level of well-being. Our nurses also supervise home health aides who provide in-home personal assistance.
Our staff of rehabilitation therapists includes physical, occupational and speech therapists who are available to help adults of any age who have experienced a loss of function due to illness or injury. Rehabilitation plans are customized to meet individual needs and achieve optimal levels of independence.
Medical social workers will help patients and their families adapt to changes or stresses that might emerge during a period of illness or injury. They provide information regarding the range of financial and community services that are available to people.
Home Health Aides
Home Health Aides provide individualized, personal care to adults in their own homes under the supervision of a home health nurse. Examples of such care include bathing, meal preparation, feeding, and dressing. In addition, our Home Health Aides are trained to help clients comply with home exercise programs, as established by a physical therapist or registered nurse.
Home Makers/companions provide non-health related, in-home services. We offer homemaker services such as laundry, meal preparation, and light housekeeping; companion services such as transportation to off-site appointments and assistance with grocery and personal shopping; and chore services such as heavy cleaning.
An easy to use medical alert service designed to allow the user to access assistance in an emergency with the push of a button. Personal Response associates can access your profile and quickly alert friends, family or neighbors you designate to assist you or emergency medical personnel. New technology called auto alert will automatically alert the call center if the person wearing the button falls and cannot push the button on their own.