Learn more about healthcare in your home. Our elite team of clinicians provides comprehensive and coordinated services in your home. Our company and services are accredited by The Joint Commission, the same organization that certifies hospitals.
When is home health care appropriate?
- normal effects of aging makes daily living activities difficult
- confusion or difficulty with medication compliance
- returning home from a recent hospitalization or nursing facility
- a disability that requires 24/7 long term in-home care
- a chronic, non-healing wound
- tubes, drains or special medical equipment in the home
- a new health diagnosis
- recent surgery requiring care and monitoring
- after a cancer diagnosis and requires IV therapy
- after a hospitalization to ensure continued recovery at home
- memory impairment makes daily activities stressful
- after a hip, knee or back surgery
- after a stroke requiring therapy
- assistance with controlling heart disease
- chronic health problem such as diabetes or persistent pain
Conditions we treat
- Seniors who want to live independently at home
- Complex, non-healing wounds
- Medication non-compliance
- Memory impairments such as Alzheimer’s Disease
- Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Infectious Diseases
- High Blood Pressure
- Pain & Weakness
- Abnormality of Gait & Balance
- Fall Risk
- Joint Replacements
- Upper and Lower Extremity Rehab
- Speech and Swallowing issues
- Living Assistance (bathing, dressing, grooming, meals)
- Medication Management
- Skilled Nursing Assessment and Monitoring
- Home Safety Evaluation & Fall Risk Assessment
- Post-Surgical Wound, Ostomy and Lymphedema Care
- IV Antibiotic Treatment & Central Line Care
- IV Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)
- Treatment of cardiac, respiratory and infectious diseases
- Treatment of chronic diseases such as hyper- tension and diabetes
- Physical Therapy to improve mobility
- Occupational Therapy to improve extremity function
- Speech Therapy for treatment of swallowing issues
- Medical Social Worker for community resources
- Personal Trainer for fitness, nutrition & weight loss
- Philip’s Lifeline Emergency Monitoring Service
Who pays for home health care?
- Medicare is the health program for those 65 and older or those with disabilities. Medicare pays for skilled nursing and therapy for homebound individuals.
- Medicaid is for those with limited resources and income. Medicaid primarily pays for long term care.
- NEW! Commonwealth Coordinated Care combines Medicare & Medicaid and is administered by private insurance companies. It covers all home health services.
- Commercial health insurance and long-term care insurance. See list on back cover.
- All services are available on a self-pay basis.
What is Commonwealth Coordinated Care?
Commonwealth Coordinated Care (CCC) is whole-person care at its best! Fully integrated health care with a single plan accountable for providing primary, preventative, acute, behavioral and long term care. We are in-network with all of the CCC health plans and welcome you into this innovative new program!
How do I start?
Call us at 703-662-7500 and speak with our Care Coordinator to discuss your situation and see how we can help you. You can complete an online inquiry on our web site at www.fshhc.com/inquiry On our web site, you can also contact us via anonymous online chat.