Home Care

Professional care from our door to yours

Perry Home Care services center around the needs of each patient and family.  The services provide cost-effective, physician-supervised attention for the immediate physical needs of each patient within the comfort and safety of their own home.

What services are available through Perry Home Care?

A variety of services are available through Home Care, including skilled nursing and rehabilitation.  The specialized staff have skilled backgrounds in all areas of home care, including cardiology, respiratory, orthopedics, neurology, oncology, urology, medical/surgical, pediatrics, and maternal/child nursing.  Staff professions include

  • Registered Nurses (RN)
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
  • Physical Therapists (PT)
  • Occupational Therapists (OT)
  • Speech Therapists (ST)

What can Perry Home Care staff do?

Home Care staff can bring a variety of health services to patients in their home on a part-time basis, including both education and nursing care.  Staff can provide education about diseases, nutrition, treatment, medication, and newborn care.  Nursing care may include catheters, injections, pain control, IV antibiotics, wound care, and personal needs.  

Throughout the process, Home Care staff offer skilled physical assessments, including vital signs, as well as medication review, pain management, diagnostic lab services, IV therapy, wound care and dressing changes, ostomy care, catheter care, diabetic teaching, monitoring and management, injections, respiratory values, post natal assessments and bath and personal care.

Care for all types of illnesses and disabilities is available and is given according to the patient's plan of treatment, as prepared by their primary provider.

When are Perry Home Care services available?

Care is given according to your provider's plan of treatment.  Depending on your needs, care is available every day and at any hour.

How do I know if I qualify for Home Care services?

You can determine if you may benefit from Home Care services by using the Needs Checklist below.  If you answer YES to ANY of the questions, you may want to consider assistance at home.

  • My physical condition does not permit me to care for myself and do the things I was able to do before my hospitalization.
  • My family is unable to care for all my health care needs.
  • I don't understand the new diet my provider has prescribed.
  • I don't understand my disease and how to control it.
  • I have more than one medical problem.
  • My provider has prescribed some new medicines and I don't understand them.
  • I had an operation during my recent hospital stay.
  • I have an unhealed wound and I need assistance with dressing changes.
  • I have other special medical needs and would feel more confident if I received some additional teaching at home.
  • My physical limitations may require me to learn to use a wheelchair, walker, or other assistance devices to manage at home.
  • I have been in the hospital twice in the last six months.
  • I am homebound, making it difficult for me to obtain my medical care.
  • My provider says I'll need to receive nutrition and / or medicine through my veins.

How are Home Care services paid?

Billing for Home Care is based on your insurance provider.  In many cases, Medicare will cover the costs of in-home care for patients 65 years or older or on disability for a certain period of time.  Other private insurance providers may include home health coverage in the policy.  It is important to check with insurance about what is covered before beginning Home Care services.  

If your insurance does not cover home health or the coverage has reached its limit, you may pay for services via private pay.  If you are in need of Home Care services and concerned about the potential bill, please contact a financial counselor to learn more about your options.

How can I learn more about Perry Home Care?

Call 815-875-4114 to learn more and get started with Home Care.