Care that builds confidence.

Home… It’s where you want to be. Studies show people often recover faster when surrounded by family and friends in the comfort of their own home. Liberty Home Care understands this. Our team possesses the skills and expertise to cover all your home health care needs, including skilled nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, medical social services, home health aides and medical supplies. Our comprehensive approach to home health care helps relieve the stress you and your family may feel when coordinating with multiple care providers.

Our primary goal is to provide a level of care that fosters independence and promotes a more active lifestyle. To help you reach your maximum health and independence, our team emphasizes the importance of educating you and your family about your care and how you can take an active role in your recovery.

Stay healthy at home with Liberty.

We are dedicated to your overall wellbeing and independence. We will create a personalized treatment plan, establishing goals to reduce hospital readmissions, emergency room visits and length of stay when hospital visits are needed. Our most important goal is to improve your quality of life by giving you the tools you need to reach your healthcare goals. Liberty’s specially trained clinicians deliver state-of-the-art home health care and excel in compassion.

Our home health care services include:

  • Skilled nursing care
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy
  • Medical social services
  • Home health aides
  • Medical equipment and supplies

Skilled Nursing Care at Home

Our skilled nursing team provides general, medical and post-surgical care, as well as specialized services, including:

  • Chronic care management for a new or ongoing condition
  • Cardiac care
  • Gastrostomy and ostomy care
  • Infusion services
  • Wound care

Our skilled nurses coordinate care with your primary care physician while helping you manage your illness and prevent complications. They will teach you about your medications and what side effects to watch for. Their goal is to give you all the necessary tools to care for yourself so you can achieve greater independence.

Chronic Care Management at Home

Liberty Home Care specializes in treating many chronic conditions, including:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes

Our personalized treatment plan for these conditions will establish goals to reduce hospital readmissions, emergency room visits and length of stay when hospital visits are needed while improving your overall quality of life.

Cardiac Care at Home

Liberty’s cardiac care program specializes in helping you manage the signs and symptoms of cardiac distress. Common cardiac diagnoses include:

  • Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)
  • Post coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery

Our skilled nurses will closely monitor your weight, blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen saturation rate. They will also ask daily survey questions to assess any symptoms or possible concerns. If a problem arises, we will notify your primary care physician so they can intervene by making medication changes, diet changes or scheduling an office visit for further evaluation. This often prevents a hospitalization and keeps you and your family from going into crisis mode.

Gastrostomy and Ostomy Care at Home

Our skilled nursing team specializes in supporting individuals who have an ostomy or gastrostomy. Services provided include teaching about managing ostomy care and teaching about the administration of nutrition through a gastrostomy. Our one-on-one support can make you feel more comfortable with the physical changes associated with having an ostomy and managing the care independently.

Infusion Services at Home

Our comprehensive infusion services support a full range of needs including:

  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
  • Pain management

Our skilled nurses will assist you in caring for your IV access device and teach you how to care for it as well.

Wound Care at Home

If you have chronic wounds, including pressure ulcers, or need wounds treated following a surgery, trauma or illness, our trained clinicians can support your wound recovery.

Physical Therapy at Home

Liberty’s physical therapy services include:

  • 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 will work to restore function, improve mobility and relieve pain by retraining your muscles to maximize your strength, endurance, balance, coordination and joint movement.

Occupational Therapy at Home

Liberty’s occupation therapy services include assessing your ability to perform activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing and eating. Our occupational therapists will develop an exercise program to strengthen and retrain your arms and hands so you can safely perform those activities and enhance your independence.

Speech Therapy at Home

Liberty’s speech therapy services include assessing speech, language and swallowing problems. Our speech language pathologists provide therapeutic services to help you swallow safely, communicate better and improve your memory, reading and understanding.

Home Health Aides

Our home health aides lend valuable support by assisting with personal care activities such as:

  • Bathing
  • Toileting
  • Oral Care
  • Dressing

They will also help with walking and exercise programs set up by your nurse or therapist so you can regain maximum independence in self-care.

Medical Social Services

A medical social worker is also part of your home health care team. They will assess you and your family’s emotional and social needs to identify the most effective community resources that can help you cope with any issues that are inhibiting your recovery.

Home Health Care Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies for home health care?

In order to receive home health care, you must be “homebound,” meaning you have an illness or injury that restricts your ability to leave home without the assistance of others, the aid of supportive devices such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs or walkers, the use of special transportation or instances where leaving the home is medically contraindicated.

Who pays for home health care?

Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurance plans cover home health care.

Who provides medical supplies and equipment for my home?

Our team arranges for supplies, durable medical equipment and pharmaceuticals as necessary through our sister company, Liberty Medical Specialties.