When chronic illness and difficult medical conditions affect you or a loved one, they affect the whole family. ACHA is here to help your family when you need more specialized care. Our Homecare Staff can provide the next level of care, working as a liaison between your doctors and the medical support team and honing in on the specific needs of you or your loved ones need for care and support.
ACHA recognizes the importance of understanding and supporting those living with Alzheimer's disease. We work with you to establish safe and more comfortable environments, to build trusting relationships and techniques to maximize independence for as long as possible. Our specialized approach of encouragement and assistance helps family members cope with the challenges of Alzheimer's disease. Our clinical nurse is trained in (GDS) testing and functional assessment staging (FAST) scales. These scales help determine protocols for In-home care programing.
A cancer diagnosis can be life changing; however it doesn’t need to be dealt with alone. Our home care professionals can be at your side to manage the daily realities of the disease. At ACHA, a registered Nurse creates a personalized plan of care that is reinforced by a home health Aide caring for those living with the disease.
Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to blindness, nerve damage and kidney disease, just to name a few complications. Managing this disease properly can lead to change in the daily routine. With the right home care diet and exercise your loved one can manage this; stress free.
Heart Disease affects 1 in 4 Americans. Symptoms of the disease can range from shortness of breath, and irregular heart beat to swelling of the limbs and heart failure. Managing this disease can prevent minor symptoms from developing into fatal complications. Our home care professionals coordinate with your family and your extended medical team to establish a daily routine to help oversee symptoms and manage complications.
Multiple sclerosis (M.S.) is a disease that affects the central nervous system. The level of care for each person affected by the disease varies for each individual. Our home care team works to create a routine that best fits you and your symptoms of M.S. Our home care professionals coordinate with your family and your extended medical team to establish a daily routine to help oversee symptoms and manage complications.
A stroke can influence daily activities with its negative effects on verbal skills, vision, speech and movement. These impairments can cause frustration and stress. However, our home care professionals can coordinate with a doctor or physical therapist to alleviate this frustration. Our home care professionals coordinate with your family and your extended medical team to establish a daily routine to help oversee symptoms and manage complications.