Home health care at its best
Recover at home
When it comes to providing health services at home, no one has more experience and compassion than the well-trained professionals at Westminster Canterbury at Home.
As long as you are covered by Medicare and deemed eligible for our services, our staff will come right to your home where they can address not only all of your current needs, but also upcoming requirements. What’s more, they’re there for your family and friends, too, in all the most important ways.
Home Health Services
Our standard home health services include:
- Skilled Nursing
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Medical Social Work
- Home Health Aid
Specialty Programs and Services
We also offer a number of specialty programs and services, including:
- Post-surgical care
- Joint replacement support
- Disease management (CHF, COPD, Stroke, Diabetes)
- Medication and pain management
- Vital sign monitoring
- Wound care
- Fall prevention and Safe-at-Home Program
- Blood sugar & blood pressure monitoring
- Short-term post-acute hospital rehabilitation
- Catheter, tracheostomy and ostomy care
- Oxygen & respiratory therapy
- 24-hour on-call nursing support
Frequently Asked Questions
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Medicare and Home Health Care
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To arrange for a free home health care evaluation, call us today at 757-496-1653. If you want even more home health care ideas, click here for useful resources that are related to many of the important topics you may have in mind—and some that may be entirely new to you.
What people are saying
“I had worked with a wonderful physical therapist before the surgery and asked to please continue with her afterward. Having her come to my apartment and figure ways for me to do the therapy in my own bed was an incredible blessing. All of her visits were happily anticipated and enjoyable no matter how much she pushed me to try a little harder and then a little harder.” – S.O.