In-Home Personal Care Services in Rockland County

Home is Where the Heart Is and Where it Should Stay

Angels on Call offers home health care services in New York. Our caregivers are passionate about helping our clients stay in their homes where they can feel safe and supported in a comfortable environment. Medical home health care is a partnership between the client, your caregiver, and your physician to ensure you have everything you need to live a high-quality life. Medical home health care services vary and are customized to fit your needs. Give us a call today to learn more about how you can stay where your heart is!

MEDICAL HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES WE PROVIDE IN NEW YORK

  • Administration of medications, such as with injections or IVs
  • Physical therapy
  • Blood pressure management
  • Assistance with language development
  • Monitoring of medical equipment
  • Wound care
  • Private duty nursing
  • And so much more!
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Just like everyone is unique, so, too, are your needs as you age. Research has shown that those who stay home tend to live longer than those who are in nursing homes. While nursing homes are viable options, they are not needed for everyone. Most people are otherwise self-sufficient except for a few select areas in their lives. Maybe they need help remembering which medications to take, or they need help doing chores around the home and dressing because they have restricted mobility. Perhaps they need help with an IV or an injection.

This is where the beauty of home health care and medical home health care services come in. You can personalize these services to exactly what you need, whether that’s help from physical therapists after a recent surgery or it’s help with diabetes and blood pressure management.

Angels on Call was founded in 2005 with the idea to provide caregivers to aid in the areas of life that you need it the most so that you can still stay in your home. We are available at all hours of the day and night when you need help the most. Our medical home health caregivers are carefully screened and trained in order to ensure you or your loved ones have the best care possible. We have extremely high standards, and all of our caregivers exceed them. We can help you in payment arrangements, including help with insurance if need be.

Angels on Call is a labor of love for all of our caregivers. Being able to assist others with medical home health care services so that they can stay at home is a blessing. We are honored to provide you with the best medical home health care services in Bronx County, Dutchess County, Orange County, Putnam County, Rockland County, and Sullivan County, as well as Westchester and Ulster Counties.

If you or a loved one has a strong desire to stay home and is still able to but just needs a helping hand, give Angels on Call in New York a call today. We can help you when and where you need it the most. Contact us today!

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I love my Nanny.

The thought of leaving her alone with a stranger sends shock waves of anxiety throughout my body. However, after meeting with the highly skilled individuals of Angels on Call I know my nanny is going to get the proper treatment she needs. I have yet to come across a group of professionals that care as much for each patient the way the wonderful workers of Angels on Call do. If you are like me and want the best for your nanny, choose Angels on Call.

~ Matthew M. ~

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By hiring New York’s finest home health nurses, the staff at Angels on Call Homecare are able to provide specialty medical care from the comfort of your own home. If you have a complex medical condition or require specialized medical equipment, you don’t have to surrender to moving to a facility that provides around the clock care, you can trust your home health care team and stay in your own home instead!

You have a variety of options when it comes to in-home specialty medical care including intermittent nursing care, 24-hour nursing care, or a live-in nurse. Intermittent nursing care is for those who live at home with a complex medical condition that they can manage, for the most part, on their own, but need assistance with monitoring or need someone on call to help. 24-hour care offers around the clock nursing care from a passionate nursing care team. And, a live-in nursing option provides a dedicated nurse to be with you whenever you need them!

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What type of specialty medical services can your home health medical team provide?

Complex Illness Support: Some diseases or illness require additional support and complex treatment regimens that exceed the abilities of most family caregivers. For example, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Myasthenia Gravis are both progressive diseases that cause a person to need total assistance one day, and be completely independent the next, but both require close monitoring and can cause dramatic changes rapidly. Having an in-home medical team that you can call can make all the difference in quality of life, disease progression, and independence.

Orthopedic/Surgery Recovery: Depending on the surgical procedure you’ve had, it may require a complex recovery process and medical equipment to facilitate rehabilitation. Some medical equipment you may need to manage include braces, external fixators, continuous passive motion (CPM) devices, pumps, drains, wound care, and medications. Short-term in-home speciality medical care can help you heal quicker, prevent setbacks or hospitalizations, and improve your outcome. Your in-home care team can also help teach you about your durable medical equipment (DME), conduct fall and safety assessments, and help create safer spaces in your home.

Movement Disorders or Weakness: Some conditions cause movement disorders or weakness that can impact mobility and make it unsafe to live alone or with a family caregiver. For example, Parkinson’s disease and stroke can dramatically impact your ability to safely navigate your home alone. The in-home medical care team at Angels on Call Homecare is able to assist with disease and symptom management as well as occupational and physical therapy and mobility/ transfers.

Dementia: Treating dementia, whether acute caused by a medical condition such as detoxing or stroke, or chronic and progressive such as the case with Alzheimer’s disease, requires a holistic medical plan. For some patients, close medication and symptom monitoring is required, while for others safety and preventing negative behaviors is the main focus. However, for all dementia patients, treating the underlying cause, slowing the progression, and providing a meaningful, stimulating environment is paramount. The medical team at Angels on Call Homecare is skilled in in-home memory care services and can help keep you or your loved one living at home longer.

What Chronic Medical Conditions Can We Manage?

Congestive Heart Failure

Cardiac Disease

Hypertension

Alzheimer’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Stroke

Diabetes

Cancer

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Multiple Sclerosis

Arthritis/ Osteoporosis

Cystic Fibrosis

ALS/ Lou Gehrig's Disease

And, More!

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