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Senior Medical Home Care

Senior Medical Home Care

According to Steven H. Landers, M.D., M.P.H.. by the year 2030, the number of people in the United States over 65 is expected to exceed 70 million. Many of these older adults will have difficulties in performing regular activities like difficulty in walking that makes leaving their homes difficult. Bringing care to the home improves access to such people.

Home Care Services

Here are some of the highly skilled services that can be provided at home like personal care services, high-tech nursing for those in need of specialized neurological care, blood sugar testing, home infusion therapy, hospice assistance, a wide range of services for people with disabilities and/or special needs, pediatric nursing as well as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

Personal Care

To meet the ever-evolving needs of the adult and elderly clients we serve, there is a need of healthcare at home.

Personal Care services include:


Bath visits

Dressing and grooming

Expertise with memory loss, confusion, forgetfulness


Personal safety home evaluation

Outpatient pre free house cleaning schedules and post-op assistance

Oral and personal hygiene

Reporting conditions and changes to supervisory RN and/or Physician

Skilled Nursing Home Care

RNs (Registered Nurses) LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurses), who are qualified to administer medications and perform advanced medical procedures provide around-the-clock geriatric care for the elderly in the home along with wound care, hospice assistance, palliative care and more.
Some Skilled Care services include

Blood sugar testing

Elder care management

Exercise management

High-tech nursing

Home infusion therapy

Hospice assistance

In-home blood draws and injections

Medication setup, administration and oversight

Occupation, speech and physical therapy in the home

Tube, drain and/or bag maintenance

Vital signs

Wound care
Neurological Disorder Care

Depending on the nature and the scope of the disease, individuals with neurological disorders can have a wide variety of healthcare and life-care needs.

Those living with advanced-stage illness may require around-the-clock palliative care and highly specialized support, while others may need only basic assistance or personal care on a part-time basis.
Disability and Special Needs Care

Individuals living with physical disabilities or special needs have unique care requirements. In many cases, mobility is limited and skilled care is required.
Benefits of HomeCare

Home is always associated with comfort, security and positive feeling. When we are not feeling well, we all want to be at home. Research has shown that patients heal faster at home. This may help prevent or postpone hospital or nursing care

Home care often be customized and personalized to a greater degree to suite both the needs of the individual and family.

Offers much more flexibility and reliability.

Keeps families together while providing support.

Provides seniors needing care much needed dignity and independence. Seniors can continue to function independently with some assistance.

More cost efficient compared to other forms of health care. The patient does not have to pay for board/room expenses, food, etc.
When families and their loved ones need assistance, it's critical to choose a provider who can offer high quality, compassionate care you can trust.

BrightStar provides highly skilled care professionals who provide care to anyone who needs it - from infants to seniors, wherever they need it; medical services tailored to your loved one's needs. When families face such a challenge, they need service and care that only an industry leader can provide.
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