Who is Texoma Home Health? We bring skilled medical services to people in their homes to help them recuperate from surgery or manage chronic diseases. Our team of medical professionals provide care under a physician`s directions. We are licensed by the state of Texas and Medicare and are closely regulated for compliance.
Who pays for Texoma Home Health? Medicare: Covers 100% for qualified patients Private Insurance Private Pay
Is Texoma Home Health Agency for you? •Do you have a heart condition? •Are you recovering from a knee or hip replacement? •Do you have a respiratory condition such as COPD? •Do you have diabetes? •Do you need wound treatments? •Are you taking different medicines that need careful management?
What services does Texoma Home Health provide? Skilled Nursing: Each patient is evaluated and a plan of care is developed our skilled staff depending on the medical diagnosis (CVA, CHF, Diabetes, Renal Failure, etc.). In the plan of care, these skilled services with plan of treatment also maintain goals to be achieved. Skilled nurses’ services include blood pressure monitoring, diabetes treatment, wound care, medication management, disease process teaching including nursing assessment and awareness.
Home Health Aides: Assist patients with personal care needs. These include bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, toileting, routine hair and skin care. Home Health Aides may also assist with light meal preparations and with transfer or ambulation.
Physical Therapy: Physical therapists evaluate and treat patients’ medical needs, developing individualized exercise programs, and also focus on patient education while enhancing the awareness, involvement, and commitment so crucial to the achievement of rehabilitation goals. These include strength training, gait-training exercises to enhance circulation and relax stiff joints, re-education of muscle function and modalities and techniques to reduce pain. These also include rehabilitation after surgeries such as knee replacement, hip replacement or other joint replacement.
Occupational Therapy: Occupational Therapists assist individuals with impaired functional performance that interferes with their daily activities. This type of therapy may concentrate on such areas as dressing, bathing, general grooming, feeding techniques, cognitive retraining and home management. Through this therapy, patients can improve their ability to care for themselves and discover a more independent lifestyle.
Speech Therapy: Speech Therapists assist patients with needs such as communication problems or swallowing, (e.g., choking and coughing during meals). These therapists evaluate and develop individual care plans for each patient. Some of these include language exercise to improve motor skills, oral communication, word articulation, dysphagia treatment (for swallowing disorders), auditory/language reception and memory training.
Medical Social Workers: Assist patients with individual needs for community supported assistance programs such as financial assistance or application for Medicaid assistance. Medical Social Workers assist patients with personal information and education with living wills, DNR, etc.
To receive home health services an individual who is on Medicare must have a condition requiring medical attention with skilled needs, be taxing to leave home, and be under a physician’s care. Medicare pays 100% of qualified costs. Other private insurance coverage varies.
Our ultimate goal is for each patient to have a purposeful and productive life with respect to his or her personal and emotional needs. We provide care for the elderly who want to remain as independent as possible for a temporary recovery or for lifelong alternative goals. We maintain respect, compassion and the highest level of patient confidentiality with our care. Our patient’s health, peace of mind and spee
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