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For over a decade, Home Helpers has been making life easier for those in need of a helping hand by providing in-home compassionate care tailored to fit each individual's unique needs. We care for our clients like family; maximizing independence and quality of living. In addition to providing companionship, non-medical and personal care, we now offer medical services and products!
Research shows about 25% of all nursing home admissions are related to improper self-administration of medicine. *Stress less and enjoy peace of mind knowing you or your loved one is taking the correct dosage at the appropriate time! A trained Home Helpers health care professional can administer dosage directly or load our exclusive Direct Link automated medication dispenser to release the medications at preset times, thereby allowing your loved one to remain independent in the comfort of home longer than might otherwise be possible.
Approximately 20% of seniors are using about 50 prescriptions and seeing an average of 14 physicians every year!** Juggling multiple medications and physician visits can be a challenge and take away from spending precious time with loved ones. Let a Home Helpers registered nurse coordinate and manage all your loved one's physician visits and medications while acting as the liaison between the medical staff and the family to ensure your loved one's overall health and well-being.
Save time, money and reduce your number of unnecessary ER and hospital visits by monitoring chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, congestive heart failure, hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), from the comfort of home!
A Home Helpers health care professional can monitor your vital signs or you can use our exclusive Direct Link line of monitoring units to easily measure your blood pressure, pulse, glucose and weight at your convenience.
* According to Albert I. Wertheimer, Medication Compliance: Still Far to Go. The Journal of Applied Research.
** According to the Alliance for Health Reform