Home Care Services

Home Care that Builds Confidence

Liberty Home Care’s team of professionals possess the skills and expertise to cover all of your home health care needs, including therapy and medical supplies. This comprehensive approach to home care not only benefits patients in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, but relieves the stress families feel when coordinating multiple care providers. Whether a family member needs skilled nursing after surgery, physical therapy to restore mobility, or assistance with daily living activities, you can rely on Liberty HomeCare Services for all your home care needs.

While we love working with home care patients and their families, our primary goal is to provide a level of care that fosters independence and promotes a more active lifestyle. To help patients reach their maximum health and independence, our team emphasizes the importance of educating patients and their families about their care and how they can help take an active role in their recovery.

Liberty provides in home personal evaluations to assess the needs of you or your loved one, and will coordinate care options with your physician. Qualifying criteria may include:

  • New diagnosis or illness
  • Recent exacerbation of a previous diagnosis or illness
  • Introduction of a new medication
  • Changes in medication dosage
  • A recent fall

Skilled Nursing

Our home care nurses provide family-oriented, individualized home care in the place you’re most comfortable. . . your home. Dedicated to each patient’s overall well-being and independence, our skilled nursing team offers general, medical, and post-surgical care, as well as specialized services, including:

  • Chronic care management for a new or ongoing condition, such as treatment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), congestive heart failure (CHF), hypertension, or diabetes
  • Cardiac care
  • Gastrostomy and ostomy care
  • Infusion services
  • Wound care

Chronic Care Management

Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services specializes in the treatment of many chronic conditions, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), congestive heart failure (CHF), hypertension, and diabetes. We will create a personalized plan of treatment, establishing goals to:

  • Reduce the need for hospital re-admissions
  • Reduce emergency room visits
  • Reduce length of stay in hospital visits

Our most important goal, of course, is to improve a patient’s quality of life.

Cardiac Care

This specialized home care program for cardiac care patients emphasizes patient self-management of both the subtle and acute signs and symptoms of cardiac distress. Common cardiac diagnoses include:

  • Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
  • Coronary artery bypass graft
  • Cerebrovascular trauma

Gastrostomy and Ostomy Care

Our nursing team can offer home care, consultation and support for patients who have undergone ostomy and percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (including administration of nutrition). This one-on-one support reduces the chance of infection and can make a patient feel more comfortable with the physical changes associated with each procedure.

Infusion Services

Our infusion services support a full range of needs including:

  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
  • IV therapy
  • Pain management
  • Enteral Nutrition

Our specially trained clinicians deliver state-of-the-art home care, with continuing education required of each team member. But more importantly, they excel in compassion. Whenever you need us, call and we’ll be by your side.

Wound Care

Our trained staff is available to serve patients who may need wounds treated, including patients who are:

  • Recovering from surgery
  • Recovering from trauma
  • Recovering from illness
  • Recovering from chronic wounds (including pressure ulcers)

Physical Therapy

Liberty’s physical therapy program includes:

  • Fall prevention
  • Pre-conditioning for elective surgery
  • Range of motion, endurance and strengthening exercises
  • Gait training and transfers
  • Prosthetic training
  • Pain management

Our physical therapists work to restore function, improve mobility and relieve pain by retraining your muscles to maximize your strength, balance, coordination and joint movement.

Speech Pathology

For patients with compromised health, communication is vital to keep them engaged with family members and the world. In addition to helping improve a patient’s ability to communicate, our speech language pathologists work with patients who have swallowing disorders, which can affect both speech and food intake.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists retrain a patient’s arms and hands to maintain dexterity needed to perform activities of daily living (ADLs) like bathing, dining and dressing. Occupational therapist work with patients that have chronic conditions such as stroke recovery, heart disease, arthritis, and Parkinson’s Disease.

Home Health Aide

Our home health aides lend valuable support to patients and families. Part of a multidisciplinary, individualized home care plan, home health aides offer personal care services including assistance with activities of daily living such as:

  • Bathing
  • Assistance with Toileting
  • Oral Care
  • Dressing


Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services is helping to bring house calls into the 21st century, thanks to new telemonitoring technology. Telemonitoring allows a patient’s medical team to monitor him or her remotely. By implementing Liberty’s telemonitoring system in a patient’s home, a medical professional can receive vital information via telephone lines. For example, through telemonitoring, a physician can monitor a patient’s weight, heart rate, blood pressure, glucose, and blood oxygen saturation rate.

By using telemonitoring, Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services help patients minimize travel while remaining actively involved in their own healthcare. In addition to objective monitoring through equipment, medical personnel can subjectively monitor a patient through questions over the phone or Internet. This data, coupled with statistics gained from telemonitoring equipment, helps a medical team assess a patient’s condition and prescribe treatment, much like a physician would do during an on-site appointment.

Patients with diabetes or hypertension commonly take advantage of telemonitoring, so they can avoid frequent medical trips to check vital signs on a regular basis. Such efficient use of technology benefits both patients and healthcare providers, plus yields valuable information for a patient’s chart. Also, by being more involved in their own treatment, patients gain a better sense of how statistics correlate with their overall health.

The perfect fit every time

With skilled nursing staff able to provide a broad range of services, our care is always customized to fit your needs.