Heart failure, Atrial Fibrillation and hypertension are chronic conditions, but treatment can help reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Heart disease can’t be cured, but lifestyle changes and treatment can help you feel better, stay more active and slow the progress of the disease. (American Heart Association, 2016)
The fear of re-hospitalization doesn’t need to control your life. Instead, consider how our “evidence based” Heart at Home Program, created and managed by Registered Nurses, can help you manage the risk factors and allow you to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle.
Here is how Inspired Care Services has become the experts at reducing the risk of re-hospitalization:
CAREGIVER TRAINING BEFORE GOING HOME
SPECIALIZED FALL PREVENTION CARE AT HOME
FREE NURSE SUPERVISION EVERY 2 WEEKS
Inspired Care Services provides a complimentary personalized needs assessment and home inspection to
ensure safety and reduced risk of repeat falls.
Home assessment includes:
Reduce Risk Factors
Assess cardiac risk factors and develops strategies to utilize private duty care to manage, identify and report risk factors, such as:
weight gain, energy conservation, symptoms of cardiac/ respiratory complications, and others.
Assess ability to comply with medication regiment. Nurses develops strategies to utilize private duty care to provide on-going education and maintain compliance.
Assess ability to comply with medical appointments. Nurses develop strategies to utilize private duty care to provide transportation and assistance to medial appointments.
Communication of Progress
Nurses establish lines of communication between client, private duty on-site nurses, Skilled Home Health Agency and medical team to provide progress updates
A caregiver is carefully chosen based on an assessment of your unique needs.
Inspired Care Services schedules caregiver training session with the client, therapist and nursing staff. This ensures consistency in care once home that includes; therapy exercises, transfers and daily living activities;
Once home, a formalized Plan of Care is developed and monitored by Nurses, who visit every 2 weeks. This helps track progress to meet your goals and ensure we are providing the best services, as promised!
Mozzafarian D, Benjamin EJ, Go AS, et al. on behalf of the American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee. Heart disease and stroke statistics—2016 update: a report from the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2016;133: e38-e360.