We help with many conditions
Our expert clinicians and therapists provide specialized care for a wide range of conditions to ensure you get the right care for your needs.
Heart and lung
When you’re living with a chronic heart or lung condition, simply breathing can be difficult. Our clinicians work closely with your primary health care provider to develop a specialized care plan tailored to your needs to help minimize symptoms stemming from your condition.
Balance, mobility and self-care
No one plans to fall, but falls can happen because of obstacles in the home, side effects from medications or balance-related issues. If you’re concerned about falling, our care team can address your concerns and help you improve your balance and independence.
Are you planning for or have you recently had orthopedic surgery? Did you know that you can choose to receive postoperative care and rehabilitation in the comfort of your own home? Our care team will assess all your immediate postoperative needs and, in collaboration with your surgeon, determine a comprehensive care plan to get you back on your feet again.
Neurological disease, strokes and brain injuries can make daily activities like speaking, swallowing or walking seem nearly impossible. We provide compassionate, expert care and goal-oriented treatment plans to help your loved one maximize their abilities and regain independence as quickly as recovery allows.
Wounds and skin
Wound healing is an essential concern for anyone with a wound or skin condition. Our wound care clinicians will assess your wound, identify where you are in the healing process and work with you and your health care provider to develop a plan of care built around helping you heal and preventing future problems.
Managing diabetes can be challenging, but you can learn to thrive with it. Our team of nurses, therapists and aids will empower you with the knowledge and support you need to more effectively manage your diabetes day-to-day and help reduce your risk of complications such as neuropathy, retinopathy and cardiac or kidney diseases.
We provide care for many acute and chronic health conditions, including Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss. To find out more about how you or your loved one could benefit from skilled in-home care, call us at 1-866-CARE-KAH (1-866-227-3524).
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