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Salus Long Term Nursing Services

When a person has a chronic disease, it sometimes becomes more difficult to sustain health and prevent the progression of or side effects of the disease. Skilled medical support helps individuals to remain happier, healthier and more independent at home. This is where long term home health care comes in. This type of care is arranged for an indefinite amount of time, typically to provide support with more complex health concerns that are difficult to manage independently.
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Long Term Nursing Services Provided:

Long Term Nursing Services Provided:

  • Administering Medications for Parkinson’s, Diabetes or After a Stroke
  • Monitoring Vital Signs
  • Providing Assistance After a Brain or Spinal Cord Injury
  • Assisting with Tracheostomy or Ventilator Dependency
  • Monitoring Blood Sugar for Diabetes Patients
  • Wound Care

For most chronic illnesses, even the most well-intentioned family caregivers lack the knowledge and experience necessary to provide medical support for their loved one’s condition. With the assistance of Salus Home Healthcare, medical needs are properly addressed, families feel empowered to support their loved ones at home and individuals remain comfortable at home, reducing the need for placement or repeat hospitalizations.

The Salus team were all very good, knowledgeable, and patient. They were like angels from heaven.

Richard G. Orange County May 2, 2022

The physical therapist was exceptional and great in addressing my needs.

Wellman B. Orange County April 29, 2022

Long Term Nursing Care FAQ's

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The plan of care is created during the assessment process and re-evaluated on a regular basis. It includes your goals and needs and specific information about the services and steps that will help you to meet them. Salus Homecare takes an interdisciplinary approach to developing the plan of care and includes input from you, your family members and the medical professionals involved in your diagnosis, care and hospital discharge.

The answer to this can depend on your specific health concern and how many hours a day or week you need services. While we typically try to keep home care nurses consistent, sometimes an illness necessitates different specialists, and this might mean you receive care from more than one person.

Yes. Salus Homecare is a professional agency, and all of our employees are appropriately licensed, bonded and insured for your protection.

Other Home Health Services Salus Offers

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Short Term Home Health Care

Medical care provided for a few days, weeks or months, typically following a hospitalization or during a period of recovery from an illness or injury.

  • Reduced Hospitalization Readmissions
  • Lowered Risk of Secondary Injury
  • Recover at Home
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Therapeutic Care

Physical, speech or occupational therapy supplements home health care to improve recovery time and outcomes and support increased independence.

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
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