Newtown, PA, November 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- TriMED Healthcare, LLC a provider of excellent and compassionate non-clinical in-home care for seniors and ailing adults, joins with all the consumers and their caregivers and providers to celebrate national Home Care Month in Newtown, Pennsylvania.
“I am excited to discuss, share and serve with the seniors and their family caregivers in the community during this month about what makes TriMED Healthcare unique in the home care industry and I am confident that TriMED will continue to be a great resource for members of the Bucks County and surrounding communities,” said Beverley Jordan, Owner and President of TriMED Healthcare.
National Home Care Month is a time when the home care community joins together to celebrate the practice of home care and all of the individuals who make it possible, especially our dedicated caregivers and the many consumers whose bold will and determined spirit of independence inspires us all. It is no co-incidence that the celebration in November the month of Thanks Giving!
Home care embraces an array of services including: medical, non medical, community, and other services provided in the home of the consumer or social facility when a person needs follow up care after a hospital visit, requires long term care or an ailing adult or elderly citizen requiring senior care. Learn more about the care we provide by visiting www.trimedhealthcare.net
These range of services are provided by nurses, therapists, home health aides, direct care workers and other direct care staff under the direction of a physician’s order. The focus of these consumer centered services includes prevention, recuperation, and/or an alternative to higher cost institutional care that would otherwise be provided in a hospital or nursing facility.
Generally, home care services are suitable whenever a person prefers to stay in the comfort of their home, or is homebound, but needs ongoing care or companionship.
Consumers receiving home care include: newborns and mothers eligible for maternal infant care services; young children, ailing adults and seniors in need of at home treatment or advanced care and support; elderly patients who benefit from the services of a skilled nurse to help treat chronic medical conditions; patients receiving wound care following surgery; or individuals with disabilities; consumers with Alzheimer’s, dementia, stroke who may be homebound and require non skilled assistive services to meet activities of daily living, such as feeding, bathing, and other forms of self-care.
Learn more about the non skilled care offered by TriMED Healthcare and visit our website at www.TriMEDHealthcare.net