At Angels on Call Homecare, we spend our days delivering high-quality in-home care. For our companions, home health nurses, and other in-home professionals, a great deal of our time is spent caring for New York’s thriving elderly population. We provide companion care, respite care, and transitional care, so our patients are in every stage of… read more
Home Health Care Putnam County
Angels on Call Homecare is a full-service home health care agency that services Putnam and the surrounding counties in New York. Whether you need short-term in-home rehab services, full non-acute medical care, or end of life care in your home, Angels on Call Homecare has the perfect person to watch over you or your loved one.
Tune into our home health care blog to learn everything you need to know about in-home medical or companion care, what services you can receive at home, and how to navigate the home health, medical, and insurance industries. For more information or to schedule your evaluation, contact our knowledgeable staff today!
Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that can take on many forms and cause a variety of cognitive changes. For friends, families, and caregivers, Alzheimer’s disease can be incredibly frustrating to manage at home. This is due mostly to the cognitive decline in once capable loved ones that don’t seem to be consistent. One day… read more
A stroke is a sudden interruption of the blood supply in the brain. A stroke can either be caused by a blockage in the blood vessels in the brain — ischemic — or can be caused by the blood vessels in the brain, bleeding into the brain — hemorrhagic. Strokes cause damage to the part… read more
It should come as no surprise that the majority of Americans have no desire to ever live in a retirement community, assisted living facility, or nursing home. However, it is also true that in their middle-ages, most Americans can not fathom experiencing physical or mental decline that would require them to need around-the-clock care. These… read more
When you visit your medical provider and are given a prescription, you provider should review exactly what the medication is, why it is being prescribed to you, exactly how and when you should take it, and potential side effect, among other need-to-know items. More often than not, patients leave their doctor’s office feeling a little… read more
Respite care is a unique, very important, kind of care that is offered to unpaid caretakers for emergency or planned breaks. It is estimated that 75 percent of care that is provided to the elderly or disabled is provided by their family members. Approximately 44 million American caregivers provide more than 37 billion hours… read more