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  • For more information or to schedule a visit to learn more, please call 866.546.3733.

  • With more than 40 years of experience, we are America’s leader in home care services. In this area, we offer home health and hospice.

  • Home Care – A Bridge Between Your Doctor and Home

    Our clinicians bring state-of-the-art care home. We assess your environment, needs and goals and work with you to achieve the results you want. We also coordinate with your doctor to deliver a clear picture of your progress and respond to any sudden changes to your health.

    How home care can help you or your loved one:

    • Skilled nursing visits and education to help manage a chronic illness
      Our care helps your loved one control their symptoms and understand their condition. Our clinicians educate and care for patients with diabetes, COPD, heart failure, Alzheimer’s disease and other diagnoses.
    • Help after a hospital stay
      We help your loved one recover and get back on their feet after a hospitalization so they can stay in their home and live as independently as possible.
    • Help managing medications
      We help your loved one understand and take their medications at the right time and in the right amounts. We look for medication conflicts and help to clear up any confusion.
    • Focus on fall management to help prevent falls
      Our leading balance protocols can help prevent falls and promote safety in the home.

    If you or your loved one are covered under Medicare A benefits, our services may be available at no cost to you. We also accept many private payers. To find out more, just call us. We’ll be glad to discuss your situation with you.

    When Home Health Isn’t Enough

    Hospice care is specially designed to comfort patients and family members when patients have reached a point in their lives where the goals of care become comfort focused and are no longer about the cure of the illness. Under the direction of a physician, our interdisciplinary team of clinicians offers a special kind of caring that encompasses the medical, social, emotional, and spiritual aspects of treatment.

    Our hospice provides:

    • 24/7 availability of a nurse on call
    • Emotional support and education
    • Volunteers who enrich patients’ lives
    • Hospice aides
    • Coverage under the Medicare benefit for medical equipment, prescriptions and other supplies related to the hospice diagnosis
    • Memory Care for late-stage dementia patients and patients with other late-stage diagnoses accompanied by dementia. We provide specialized clinicians who truly understand the unique symptoms, struggles, and challenges that dementia patients and their families face.

    Kindred at Home is a proud member of We Honor Veterans, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Veterans Administration, which is designed to empower hospice professionals to meet the unique needs of dying veterans. Learn more at www.wehonorveterans.org.

    The Right Care at the Right Time

    With home health and hospice together, our clinicians are trained to get your loved one in the right setting. If your loved one is not ready for hospice yet, they may benefit from home health services. You can also contact us without being completely sure what kind of care they need, and know that we have the expertise to guide you.

  • Home care services vary by location. Use our office locator, then call 866.546.3733 to learn more about the services offered in the area you need it. Whether you are looking for home health options for aging parents, are in need of rehabilitative services after an illness or procedure, or are confused about the next step in the healthcare process, Kindred can help. Call today to speak to one of our registered nurses to learn more. 

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We accept patients for care regardless of age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, being a qualified disabled veteran, being a qualified disabled veteran of the Vietnam era,
or any other category protected by law, or decisions regarding advance directives.