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Staying at a hospital long term can be expensive for a patient and doesn't provide the comfort of sleeping in their own own bed. When someone is living with a medical condition that prevents them from getting around or completing daily tasks, a nurse or aid may assist a patient at home.

  • Mobility Medical Equipment - This equipment, like shower chairs, stair lifts, and grab bars, is used to help individuals get from room to room, and some may be permanent fixtures around a home. These pieces of equipment include walkers, hospital beds and wheelchairs.
  • Occupational Therapy - Occupational therapy is a medical treatment that involves assisting someone into returning to his or her regular activities after an illness.
  • Oxygen Tank - An oxygen tank provides a patient with supplemental oxygen at home. Tanks are needed by individuals living with lung or heart issues.
  • Home Health Aid Services - Home health aid service refers to assistants who help patients their daily activities and routines. These activities include bathing, dressing, waking up and making meals.
  • Live-in Service - Live-in service is when a medical professional provides around the clock health care. If a patient is living alone or the primary caregiver is away, live-in service may be necessary.
  • Intermittent Care - Intermittent care is when a nurse or home health aid comes in at certain times during the week. Duties may include managing pain, filling oxygen tanks or replacing bandages.
  • Hospice - Hospice is a medical program for terminally ill patients who need end-of-life care. This service doesn't try to cure the illness, but provide counseling and support services.
    National Association for Home Care & Hospice
    Washington, DC 20003
    NAHC is the nation's largest trade association representing the interests and concerns of home care agencies, hospices, and medical equipment suppliers. Find what you need through our association.
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    Visiting Angels
    221 W 4th St Ste 7, Carthage, MO 64836
    The local Joplin MO area Visiting Angels home care agency provides non medical senior care. Our Angels provide respite care, personal senior care, elder care, and companion care.
    (417) 781-1000
    Visiting Angels
    225 E Sunshine St Ste 3, Springfield, MO 65807
    The local Springfield MO area Visiting Angels home care agency is part of a national, private duty network that is the nation's leader for providing non medical senior care.
    (417) 863-8006
    Brightstar Care
    3022 S National Ave, Springfield, MO 65804
    BrightStar Care of Springfield provides the full range of care, from medical home health care to non-medical homecare. Call or visit us today!
    (417) 823-4888
    Premier Home Health Care
    1617 E Ashland St, Nevada, MO 64772
    (417) 667-4242
    Joe Clark Residential Care Home
    1495 E Ashland St, Nevada, MO 64772
    (417) 667-5000
    Nevada Urgent Care
    111 N Elm St, Nevada, MO 64772
    (417) 667-9000
    P Hhc Inc Health Care
    128 W 10th St, Lamar, MO 64759
    (417) 681-0151
    West Central Mo Community Action Agency Corp
    1801 N Osage Blvd, Nevada, MO 64772
    (417) 667-5445
    Easy Living
    1630 E Highway 54 Ste 6, El Dorado Springs, MO 64744
    (417) 876-4400
    Cedar County Health Department
    1317 S State Highway 32, El Dorado Springs, MO 64744
    (417) 876-5477
    Partners In Your Community Inc
    5085 E Highway 54, El Dorado Springs, MO 64744
    (417) 876-5500
    Fort Scott Manor
    736 Heylman St, Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (620) 223-3120
    Apria Healthcare
    306 E 23rd St, Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (620) 223-6019
    Helping Hands Health Care
    1616 S Judson St, Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (620) 223-1655
    Mercy Home Health
    Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (800) 464-7942

    Home health care equipment is needed by countless individuals across the country. Fortunately there are a number of medical supply companies that offer these products to assisted living facilities, senior citizen homes, and various individuals that need them. Nurses and doctors use health care equipment every day in their field. Some of these products and supplies help people with meal preparation, taking medications, doing laundry, running errands, shopping and even basic housekeeping. Caregivers across the United States utilize health care equipment daily. There are a number of licensed nurses, caregivers, and specialists that aid people with domiciliary care, or home-based health care. These experts use all kinds of equipment to assist disabled individuals, provide them with transportation, and any other aid they may need. Often this kind of medical assistance can be acquired through an agency or company. However, the type of care covered may depend on a life insurance or health coverage policy in place. After all, not all provider plans or programs cover the same type of health care. While nurses that work in this field offer care to senior citizens and disabled people, they additionally provide some companionship. Different patients require different home health care equipment and assisted living products. Try surfing the web in order to learn more about home health care equipment and the companies that supply these products. You can gather plenty of facts and specifics on the web in little time. It often helps to focus on a specific type of equipment or product you are interested in.
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