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Organizations or agencies that can provide healthcare services.
BAYADA was founded on the principle that health care gets better when clients get better care at home—the place they most want to be. From the nurse, therapist, or aide in the home, to thousands of committed employees supporting their work, delivering that care is our highest priority and greatest joy.
The BAYADA Way, our company philosophy, is at the heart of everything we do, and the ever-present guiding force in our daily work—in spirit and in action. The mission, vision, beliefs, and core values it expresses define our culture and embody the essence of what we stand for, believe in, and value.
Since 1975, BAYADA Home Health Care has had a special purpose to help people have a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity.
BAYADA Home Health Care appears to be able to support the full range of home healthcare needs. Check out their website to learn more.
Angels Care Home Health is a Medicare-Certified Home Health agency providing quality home health care services by offering caring, compassionate and cost-effective service focused on each patient’s unique needs. Under the direction of the physician, we administer medical services to the patient while strictly adhering to the physician’s plan of care. Quality, commitment and dedication are the driving forces in our agency.
We provide skilled nursing care, restorative therapy and medical social services to patients in their homes or wherever they may reside, including assisted living facilities and retirement communities. Our services, emphasizing patient and family education, create a continuum of care throughout the disease process and empowers our patients and their caregivers to take an active role in managing their condition or the condition of a loved one. Services are provided without regard to race, color, natural origin, sex, handicap or age.
They appear to be primarily a medical care provider. Check their website for more information.
As a Veteran, you may be able to get assisted living, residential (live-in), or home health care through VA. Find out how to access these long-term care services.
What kinds of long-term care services does VA offer for sick or disabled Veterans?
Our long-term care services include:
. 24/7 nursing and medical care
. Physical therapy
. Help with daily tasks of living (like bathing, dressing, making meals, and taking medicine)
. Comfort care and help with managing pain
. Support for caregivers who may need skilled help or a break so they can work, travel, or run errands.
You can get this care in many different settings—some run by VA and others run by state or community organizations that we inspect and approve.
Care settings may include:
. Nursing homes
. Assisted-living centers
. Private homes where a caregiver supports a small group of individuals
. Adult day health centers
. Veterans’ own homes
You can learn more about the different types of care on this page or review our guide to long-term services and supports.
How do I access these services?
You may be able to use one or more of these services if you meet all of these requirements:
All of these must be true:
. You’re signed up for VA health care, and
. We conclude that you need a specific service to help with your ongoing treatment and personal care, and
. The service (or space in the care setting) is available near you.
We may also consider other factors, like your service-connected disability status or insurance coverage.
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There are many benefits to receiving care in your home, such as comfort, convenience and a possible better quality of life. Often, people needing assistance can receive care in their home, giving them the opportunity to feel more comfortable. It does not matter whether you are looking for basic life-assistance, a full-time caregiver, or in home hospice care, CareInHomes.com can help you locate the In-Home Care matching your needs and schedule. Both young and mature individuals needing regular assistance, checkups, or support with Alzheimer's may find their quality of life is higher when they remain at home in a familiar environment.
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CareInHomes.com appears to function primarily as an in-home service placement service. Check out their website for more information.
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Explore our library of helpful information related to the following topics:
Housing and Homelessness
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Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) provides help with daily activities while allowing many individuals to remain in their own homes or live with their families by reducing the need for institutional care.
adult day care
adult day health care
home delivered meals and meals at senior centers
home health aide
Services appear to be primarily non-medical but may not be limited to non-medical for those under AHCCCS (AZ Medicaid). Check their website and call for additional information if necessary.
60 years of age or older, or
18 - 60 years of age with a disability,
and functionally impaired and unable to perform activities of daily living (ADL). This includes eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, using the bathroom and mobility (for example, walking or moving from a wheelchair to a bed).
Find Medicare-certified home health agencies in your area and compare them based on the quality of care they provide. Home health services provide treatment for an illness or injury to help people get better, regain their independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible.
If you have a parent or spouse nearing retirement age, chances are good that at some point you'll be in the market for home health care.
An article from AARP on how to find a home caregiver.
"MARICOPA — If all goes according to plan, there's a chance that Maricopa could become a health care epicenter within Pinal County.
At the end of 2021, Maricopa's first hospital opened its doors. Plans are already in the works to expand the hospital; in addition, plans for a new "Medical and Innovation Campus" near Copper Sky Recreation Complex have also been given the green light by the city.
Exceptional Community Hospital, the first hospital in Maricopa, opened in December 2021 and has since seen over 23,000 patients. Its construction gave the Maricopa community a closer option for emergency and urgent care."
Healthcare services are poised to greatly expand in the City of Maricopa. Check out this July 2023 article by Kimlye Stager a staff writer with Pinal Central about what's being planned for the City of Maricopa.
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