Supportive Services

Supportive Care Services is an innovative support system for patients – along with their families – who have been diagnosed with a chronic or life-limiting illness.
Supportive Care Services is an innovative support system for patients – along with their families – who have been diagnosed with a chronic or life-limiting illness. Although not hospice, it does allow for the continuation of curative measures and therapies while utilizing supportive home healthcare services. We help patients navigate through care plan options at any stage of an illness.

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Supportive care treats people suffering from chronic or life limiting illnesses including:
  • Cancer
  • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Kidney Failure
  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS)
Supportive Care Services are covered under the Medicare Home Health benefit.

  • Allows patients with a chronic or life-limiting illness to continue receiving curative medical treatment and therapies while accessing the services of a skilled home health and supportive care team.
  • Increases opportunity for patients and families to address care planning needs related to the illness while utilizing services.
  • Supports primary care physician during times of difficult conversations with patient and family members.
  • Reduces length of stay in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and rehabilitation centers.
  • Gives the primary caregiver and family members a support system as they go through the course of the illness with their loved one.
  • Guides patient through care plan options and honors the personal choice of the patient and family regarding their decision for supportive home healthcare services or hospice care.

The “Supportive Care Team” works closely with the primary care physician and nurses to provide patients and families with support in addressing their physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs throughout the course of the illness.
  • Medical Director
  • Director of Nurses – Program Manager
  • Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Pain Management Nurses
  • Home Health Aides
  • Pharmacy
  • Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapist
  • Dietician
  • Social Workers
  • Support Groups
  • Chaplains

Supportive Care Services are covered under the Medicare Home Health benefit.