Interim HealthCare has been a leader in home based services for almost 50 years, providing patients trustworthy caregivers with the necessary experience to care for you or your loved one. Why choose Interim HealthCare?
Remember, if home care is recommended, it’s YOUR choice!
This service is available at these locations:
Amarillo | Austin | Brownfield | Bryan | Corpus Christi | Dallas | Granbury | Levelland | Lubbock | Midland | New Braunfels | Pampa | Plainview | San Antonio | Sherman | Waco
Clovis | Hobbs | Portales | Roswell
The Community Based Assistance (CBA) program provides community and home-based services to the elderly or to those who are disabled and in need of assistance, which serves as reasonably priced alternatives to nursing homes.
Your physician has referred you to Interim HealthCare, particularly for our Living with Coronary Artery Disease at Home Program. You may have just suffered a heart attack, were hospitalized or your doctor may believe that your CAD may be better managed at home – either way, your doctor has asked us to assist you in taking control of your heart disease.
Proper nutrition is a crucial aspect of cancer treatment. During treatment, it may be incredibly difficult to retain essential nutrients that are required for your body to heal itself, conduct proper immune system maintenance, and retaining body weight and lean muscle mass.
Our housekeeping program is a state funded grant from the Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging available for seniors who are 60 and over who are currently living alone and need assistance with housekeeping.
Interim HealthCare of West Texas is proud to offer Home Infusion Therapy. Infusion Therapy provides many benefits to the client, allowing them to avoid longer hospital stays and provide the option of avoiding a nursing home. Infusion Therapy is conducted by a Registered Nurse in the patients home, administering of IV fluid and medication.
Interim Healthcare has various services available regarding ostomy care. Educating patients, teaching them to clean and change their ostomy, providing realistic expectations, providing emotional support, ensuring patient application competency and promoting higher levels of independency in ostomy care though diet education and education on how to properly irrigate the ostomy and skin care of the surrounding tissues results in greater independence for the client.
Interim HealthCare’s dementia program is designed to address the specific needs and concerns of dementia patients and their families through every stage of dementia. Our goal: To help individuals with dementia live safely and comfortably, with meaning and dignity, and provide families with much-needed support and peace of mind.
Our Pediatric Program is specially designed in order to care for children in their own homes who have complex medical needs. Children are not tiny adults, but rather, special individuals with unique minds, bodies and specialized needs. Each care plan is individualized to the meet the specific developmental potential of the child and their caregivers.
Skilled therapeutic services are provided by physical or occupational therapists, or by speech language pathologists. Their job is to work with a wide variety of clients, adult and pediatric, that may be functionally or cognitively impaired. They work with patients to improve their functionality and move them toward higher levels of independence.
Often called non-medical or private duty, personal care services are support supplements to the nursing or healthcare services already available in a healthcare facility. It allows the individual to maintain safe and engaging lifestyles, and is often the type of assistance that allows people to avoid moving out of their homes into more expensive and less attractive alternative placements.
At Interim HealthCare, we know what to look for when it comes to whether a loved one can remain safe and independent in their own home. This simple and free quiz can help guide you when making that important decision.
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