Skilled Nursing – Our nurses specialize in managing patient care in the home. Their expert knowledge includes acute and chronic disease management such as diabetes, heart failure, lung diseases, infections, cancer, post surgical recovery and other conditions such as urinary, neurological and muscular ailments. Your nurse will perform a comprehensive evaluation and will work closely with you and your doctor to develop an individualized plan of care that is in your very best interest.

Home Health Aide – Under the supervision of your RN, Home Health Aides assist with personal cares to help make daily living a little bit easier. They use techniques for a safe transfer to chairs, beds and couches. They also help with bathing, dressing and assist with bathroom needs. These are just a few of the services your Home Health Aides perform to help you live safely at home.

Therapy (Physical, Occupational and Speech) – Your doctor will determine if therapy is necessary for your rehabilitation process.  Divine Home Care will send therapists to visit you at home and design a program specific to your needs. We will help you to develop the physical skills and the confidence necessary to regain independence.

IV Therapy – Divine Home Care offers IV therapy to assist you with prescribed medical treatments in the comfort of your own home. Your nurse works closely with your doctor to determine exactly what type of therapy is required and the length of the treatment in order to administer your medication at home.

Homemaking Services – There are many times when people need additional help in order to remain at home such as light housekeeping and running errands. Living in a safe and clean environment is essential to your health and homemaking services can assist with that.

Interpretive Services – It is your right to be involved in your plan of care by communicating any needs or concerns you may have, as well as what is going well for you. Divine Home Care will provide you with interpretive services to eliminate those language barriers if necessary.

Social Services – Social Work Services are provided for people during a transition period or when there is a need for additional help and resources.

Personal Care Assistance (PCA) – If you need assistance with daily activites in order to remain living at home, PCA services may be an option for you. PCA services are provided to you through the county you live in and you must qualify for these services by completing an assessment that determines your needs.

Home Care Nursing – Home Care Nursing services provide assistance with the day-to-day tasks of life – 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Care is provided for those who need hospital level nursing to maintain independence at home. These services are available for people of all ages, from your new born baby to a spouse or grandparent.

Respite – This service is provided when a caregiver needs a break to run errands, go to an event or even go away for the weekend. As a caregiver, it is important to take care of yourself too, not just your loved one.