Home Care Services - Escondido Area
To schedule your No-Obligation in-home evaluation, or to learn more about homecare services in Northern San Diego County, call our Escondido office at (760) 432-9811 or fill out the simple form on this page and we will contact you soon.
At Interim HealthCare of Escondido, we provide a wide range of Skilled Home Health Services. Whether in need of Skilled Nursing, Infusion Therapy, Wound Care, Physical Therapy or other in-home services, our clients can remain in the comfort of their home while they are recovering from a hospital stay or if they just need some additional assistance and support to continue to live independently in Vista, Encinitas, Rancho Bernardo or anywhere in the North County area of San Diego.
As they get older, seniors will tell you that they want to stay at home rather than be confined to a rehabilitation center, nursing facility, or hospital. That’s why Interim HealthCare offers personalized Senior Care & Support in Escondido, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, San Marcos and throughout the San Diego North County region, allowing seniors to stay in their own homes with the independence and dignity that they deserve. The primary mission of our senior care professionals is to assist seniors with the everyday chores that can become more difficult as they age. Elder care services are personalized to ensure that your loved ones will receive the care that they need to thrive in their daily lives.
At Interim HealthCare of Escondido, we care about our patient's quality of life. We strive to help them understand their conditions. We teach them to take action to prevent complications and slow the progression of the disease, thus providing the individual with a sense of control over their condition. Home care for patients with chronic disease has also been shown to reduce hospitalization rates.
Hospice Care is meant for people in the final months of life. Non-hospice palliative care, on the other hand, is available at any time during your illness. Unlike hospice, you can receive palliative care at the same time as you’re receiving treatments to cure you.