Offering a full range of home care services tailored to each client's needs and preferences.

The following has proven successful when a multidisciplinary approach is taken. However, we recognize that each client has unique needs and may benefit from some or a part of the following program elements:

  • Nutrition : Meal prep, adherence to therapeutic diets & grocery shopping
  • Homemaking : Cleaning, laundry, making beds and maintaining cleanliness throughout the home environment
  • Medication Assistance : Med set-up, medication reminders and pharmacy refill pick-up
  • Mobility Assistance : Help getting up and down stair, help with walking, bathing and bathroom mobility and safety.
  • Exercise : Physical & restorative exercises, aquatic pool therapy and breathing exercises for COPD Pulmonary clients
  • Errand Services : Necessary tasks that need to be done outside of the home
  • Companionship : Participating in activities and hobbies in-or- outside of the home
  • Memory Care : Neurocognitive dementia support & supervision
  • Transportation : Medical appointment urgent and non-urgent medical travel
  • Personal Care : Hands-on-personal care of all aspects of ADL & IADL needs
  • Feeding : Assistance with feeding, verbal Q’s for dysphagia, stroke or other oral / swallowing complications
  • Supervise : Colostomy bag change, urinary catheter drainage and incontinence care and management
  • Pet Care : Feeding, walking and cleaning
  • Travel Buddy : Bring your personal aide with you on overnight travel (in-or- out of State)
  • Respite Services : Emergency or temporary short or long-term relief for family caretakers.

ACHA Restoritive Pool Therapy - Program

Exercise and therapy are far less painful in warm water than on land. Water provides low-impact, low-weight bearing exercise that allows the synovial fluid to bring nutrients to the joint surfaces and minimizes the risk of injury or undue stress on the joints. It reduces the foot-striking forces that so often “jar” muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones, lessening the burden on the body.

“Less stress on the joints is one of the main reasons why the use of water therapy for older adults We see a lot of seniors who have pain and discomfort and it’s difficult for them to progress on land therapy, so we use the hydrotherapy pools as a means to get them exercising. With the buoyancy of the water it’s extremely comfortable. Older seniors can do exercises in the water that they cannot come close to doing on the land

During exercise underwater the weight of a human body is reduced up to 90 percent, depending upon the depth of the water. As the body is gradually immersed, water is displaced, creating the force of buoyancy. This takes the weight off the immersed joints progressively, and with neck immersion, only about 15 lbs. of compressive force (the approximate weight of the head) is exerted on the spine, hips, and knees. This means a 150-pound person carries as little as 15 lbs. when submerged. A body suspended or floating in water essentially counterbalances the downward effects of gravity with the upward force of buoyancy.

This effect is of great therapeutic utility as reducing one’s body weight in turn reduces the pressure on one’s joints, allowing aching joints to move more freely, with less pain. A warm aquatic environment also reduces joint inflammation and improves circulation. (Please ask you care manager for further details and costs)

Hospital Discharge & Relocation Assistance

  • Hospital Discharge & Relocation Assistance (Have your social worker contact us!) 907-917-5515
  • If you are being discharged from the hospital or rehabilitation facility, going home can feel like a monumental task. There are so many things to do when you get home, such as scheduling doctor’s appointments, pick-up new medications, or a diet change, set up nursing or physical therapy You might need to pick up and install safety equipment. Feel confident that your Care Ambassador will make sure the transition is smooth, comfortable and safe. (No addional costs)

Your Care Ambassador makes sure your transition back home is not only safe but also well organized. On the discharge day, you will…

  • Be picked up by your Care Ambassador and safely accompanied to your home
  • Relax at home while your caregiver picks up necessary prescriptions, medical equipment, groceries, and other items
  • Review your discharge information with your Care Manager to make sure you understand your prescribed care plan
  • Enjoy a healthy meal prepared by your caregiver
  • Have a clean and tidy home courtesy of your caregiver

Now that you’re back home, your caregiver will organize your ongoing care needs. On day two, your caregiver will…

  • Help you make necessary medical appointments
  • Coordinate Medical agency visits and schedule for skilled nurses, physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy providers
  • Closely monitor your progress
  • Drive you to follow-up medical appointments
  • Help you with any personal needs that was required by the plan of care

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