Chronic illness and some medical conditions call for more specialized care. You may need help dealing with challenges like getting your loved one to the bathroom on time or making sure he or she takes vital medications. Partners in Care can provide a home health aide or skilled nurse, depending upon the type of care you or your loved one needs or desires, who is specially trained to address issues that come with specific diseases and conditions. We'll also work closely with your doctors and medical support team, and monitor your progress on a continuing basis.
Heart disease is the result of plaque buildup in your arteries and it can lead to a number of dangerous conditions, including heart attack and stroke. Our home health aides can help to prevent serious complications by monitoring medications, helping you to control your diet and keeping an eye out for potential issues.LEARN MORE
Symptoms of this progressive brain disease can start off as mild and worsen as the disease advances. Our specially-trained home health aides can help manage and control behavioral symptoms, such as confusion, mood swings and irritability. They also stay alert to complications and risks, helping your loved one live more safely and independently at home.LEARN MORE
This degenerative disorder of the central nervous system causes motor-related symptoms in the early stages that affect mobility. Our specially-trained home health aides can help your loved one maintain quality of life at home, using strategies that range from overseeing medications to easing physical transitions and supporting a customized program of exercise.LEARN MORE
The sudden nature of a stroke and its neurological impact can cause a range of issues that may affect mobility and speech. It can also take an emotional toll as you adapt to your new situation. Our specially-trained home health aides can reduce your stress and help you manage and control the symptoms of stroke on a daily basis, using a combination of effective strategies.LEARN MORE