What sets WHC Homecare apart?
WHC Homecare employs a full time in-house staff of registered nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists to meet all your home health care needs. These clinicians use an encouraging approach to therapies, driving incremental progression towards patient centered goals. Care programs are customized with written exercise plans that are specific to patients’ individual pathologies and problems.
WHC Homecare clinicians are recognized for their excellence in nursing care, utilizing comprehensive medication and disease process education, mental health nursing and social work.
Our professional staff is dedicated to helping patients achieve the peak quality of life possible. We are not satisfied until we have addressed every possible concern to its fullest, giving you confidence that comes from an independent lifestyle.
Are you eligible for WHC Home Health services?
WHC Homecare serves qualified Medicare beneficiaries that are home-bound because of a recent hospitalization or illness, need intensive skilled nursing care, or suffer from a medical condition that requires periodic or regular assistance from a professional caregiver.
If you are unsure about whether you qualify for WHC Home Health services, we encourage you to contact your physician or call us directly
Low Vision Management
Low vision affects 25% of adults over the age of 85 and is defined as a visual impairment that cannot be corrected by eyeglasses. The impairment is primarily an acquired condition caused by Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, or Diabetic Neuropathy.
Based on work of Sara Meeks, PT, M.S. , G.C.S, WHC Home Health’s Program is a comprehensive treatment strategy based on both current medical research and understanding of Osteoporosis’ pathophysiology.
LSVT BIG & LOUD
LSVT BIG and Loud are treatment programs for Parkinson’s Disease and related disorders that have been extensively researched over the past 20 years with funding from the National Institute of Health.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Up to 40% of community dwelling persons over 60 years old are incontinent with increased risk seen in patients suffering from obesity, diabetes, Parkinsons and stroke. Additionally, incontinence can occur after pelvic floor or prostate surgery.
Lymphedema, affecting 2.5 million Americans of all ages, is a disorder that occurs when lymphatic fluid collects in the extremities or other body parts creating abnormal swelling.
Diabetes is one of the most prominent epidemics presenting challenges the to future of health care here in the United States. People of all ages and cultural backgrounds suffer from diabetes, and poor management can result in further detriment to one’s health.