Care Coordination empower individuals to reach and maintain their highest level of physical and mental well-being. This includes transportation to medical appointments and errands.
As Members of the Alzheimers Association, our specialized caregivers provide personalized care for patients with dementia, including assistance with daily living activities and memory care.
Not all end-of-life experiences are alike. End-of-life care is the term used to describe the support and medical care given during the time surrounding death. Palliative care is meant to enhance a person's current care by focusing on quality of life for them and their family.
Our healthcare goal for clients with physical, developmental or intellectual disabilities is to improve their well-being, function, and participation in family and community.
Family First Homecare has a large inventory of Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies.
We empower you to live as independently and safely as possible. contact one of our locations and our experienced team will match you to the best products and services for your unique needs. We’re here to help.
Our transitional care program helps patients transition from hospital to home, with a focus on medication management, fall risk and arranging follow-up care. We will build a care schedule that meets your requirements up to 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.
It all begins with our complimentary in-home assessment. One of our Care Coordinators will meet with you and your family to gain a full understanding of your medical, personal, and household needs. From there, a detailed care plan can be developed to include all of our included services.
Your Resident Service Plan:
We encourage family's to get involved and take control of your care plan. During your visit with us and before you decide to start services, take a close look at the care plan. It's important to see the service plan, co-write, review and discuss any updates to it.
A care plan is developed from the start, that serves to keep everyone involved in your care – the nursing staff and our care specialist on the same page. We reassess if a change occurs every 30 days and every 3 months.
We understand first hand how difficult it can be to get answers to the many questions that arise.
Contact us at 701- 354-3355 to learn more.