Certified Home Health Agency Since 2014

Home Care

Many of the cares and services that are available in a hospital or nursing home are also available in the comfort of your own home.

To expand the continuum of care, Prairie Home Hospice established Prairie Home Community Care, adding home health services as a Medicare-certified Home Health Agency in February 2014. We provide a variety of home health services ranging from casual assistance with personal cares, meals or light housekeeping to a high level of skilled nursing. We can provide in-home therapy services (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, respiratory therapy, etc.). Whether you just need a little help to remain living independently in your own home, or you need care and support following a serious injury, illness or surgery, we can design a care plan to help you receive the care you need in the comfort of your own home.

Consider Prairie Home Community Care If You Need Help at Home With

Transitioning home after an illness, injury or surgery
Seeking to shorten a hospital or nursing home stay
Aftercare following surgery
Cardiac/Pulmonary care
Medication management
Assistance with personal cares (bathing, grooming, etc.)
Assistance with minimizing risk of falls at home
Training for medical equipment, special diet or medications
Training to assist with mobility and transfers
Strategies and training for managing a disability at home
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Respiratory Therapy,
Assistance connecting to community & financial resources
Ostomy Care
IV Therapy
Blood pressure monitoring
Wound Care
Chronic Disease Management
Catheter Care
Injections
Meal preparation
Light Housekeeping
Support from licensed Social Workers
Peripheral Neuropathy
Education about advanced health care directives

Advantages of Home Health Services

We deliver care in the more comfortable, less costly environment of your home.
We will work closely with your personal doctor to create a care plan that meets your individual needs.
We can make multiple visits spread out over weeks or months to make sure you get the care you need, when you need it, for as long as you need.
When teaching health and safety strategies that people use in their homes, the actual home makes the best classroom.
Recovery from stroke or other health challenges goes better when rehabilitation occurs in the home environment where people will continue to live long-term.