Your psychiatric patients may benefit from home health if they:
- Could benefit from education to develop or improve self-management skills for depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or anxiety disorders.
- Have difficulty managing their condition, requiring frequent crisis intervention, hospitalizations and/or office visits.
- Are unable to safely complete self-care tasks, have difficulty with mobility or are unable to express wants and needs effectively.
- Have caregivers who have significant challenges managing the care of their loved one at home, especially for patients with dementias.
- Could benefit from a Behavioral Health/Psychiatric Skilled Nurse for management of depression or anxiety that is complicating treatment or other comorbid diseases or conditions.
- Could benefit from an action plan to help manage exacerbations before they become severe or require hospitalization.
- Are habitual callers to your office with questions about their condition, medication or symptoms, and could benefit from a Behavioral Health/Skilled Psychiatric Nurse to provide home instructions on medication administration and assess effectiveness to keep symptoms under control.
- Have difficulty managing their psychotropic and other medications and could benefit from additional teaching, monitoring and medication management.
- Have community resource needs.
Our highly-skilled clinical team will work closely with you and your staff to develop a plan of care focused on meeting your patient's medical, social and rehabilitation needs. This clinical team may include services by: Behavioral Health/Psychiatric Skilled Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists and Social Workers.