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We are a licensed home health agency in Virginia, approved by Center for Medicare/ Medicaid Services. HomeCareRN provides skilled and non-skilled services to you in your home:

Our value added programs include:

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Once you have chosen HomeCareRN as your home care provider you will receive an individualized plan of care based on your physician's orders and developed by our highly skilled clinicians in your home. Each plan of care is managed by our in office Directors of Nursing and Rehabilitation. This multi-disciplined approach provides medical continuity and favorable patient outcomes. We will keep in close contact with your ordering physician to update your plan of care whenever necessary.

With a physicians order HomeCareRN can provide services to you in your home for a wide variety of diagnoses including but not limited to the following: cardiac surgeries/aftercare/monitoring, general surgeries, incision care, wound care, ostomy care, catheter care, cellulitis, peripheral vascular disease, CHF, COPD, pneumonia, IV infusions, home medical/medication monitoring, diabetes, blood draws, fractures, amputation, gait disturbance/abnormality, joint replacement, speech/swallowing disorders, stroke/CVA, and traumatic brain injury.

Description of Services

Skilled Nursing (RN,LPN) provides care that can include but is not limited to: injections/blood draws, medication teaching/monitoring, lung/HR/BP checks, self care skills, diabetic teaching/training, wound care, incision care, catheter care, IV infusion, CHF monitoring.
Physical Therapy (DPT,PT,LPTA) programs are designed to improve functional mobility, range of motion, and strength/endurance to the highest level possible. Programs may include but are not limited to the following: therapeutic exercises to restore loss of function/movement, stretching/strengthening, range of motion, balance training, gait training, transfer training, bed mobility, stair climbing, neuromuscular re-education.
Occupational Therapy (OT,COTA) programs are designed to increase independence and ability to perform activities of daily living. Programs may include but are not limited to: therapeutic exercises/activities, upper extremity range of motion/stretching/strengthening, cognitive training, training in the use of adaptive equipment for daily activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, hygiene, eating, and meal preparation.
Speech Therapy (SLP) programs are designed to restore/improve function to individuals with speech and/or swallowing impairments. Speech therapy can also provide cognitive training/re-education.
Medical Social Workers (MSW) help patients and family address financial and social issues. They put patients and families in touch with appropriate community resources that can provide additional assistance.
Home Health Aides and Senior/Companion Care (HHA,CNA's) assist patients with daily activities such as bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, personal hygiene, meal preparation, groceries, light house keeping as needed. They can also perform home exercise programs given by therapists and report changes in the patient condition to clinical directors. HHA's are provided under Medicare as long as the patient is being seen by RN and/or PT.