Who may receive Home Health Care?
An individual may qualify for home health care if he/she:
- Requires skilled nursing or rehabilitation services that are intermittent or periodic
- Requires a considerable effort to leave home unassisted and
- Is under the care of a licensed physician who determines that the individual needs home health care and sets up a plan to meet those needs.
What are the Benefits of Health Care?
- Greater Privacy – You will feel more in control and at ease in the familiar surroundings of your home.
- Added Convenience – Your Health Care team comes to you and you will be notified of who will arrive at your residence and what time.
- A Chance to be Near Family and Friends – At home, you can be surrounded by your loved ones.
- Lower Costs – Often, home health care means real savings over care in hospital or long-term facility.
Pursuant to Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of Rehabilitation Act of 1975, and their implementing regulations, Cardinal Home Health Care does not discriminate in the provision of services and employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or any other status or condition protected by Federal and State Institutes.