A deeper level of care for patients

"I spend more time with parents and family caregivers." "We have a better understanding of their needs." "There's greater emphasis on the quality of their lives." "We can be the eyes and ears of the patient's medical team."

Those are the examples of what SeniorBridge team members say about their work in medically directed, private-pay home care. Learn more about why healthcare providers trust their patients to us.

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Accountable Care Orgs (ACOs)
ACOs are learning that medically directed home care can play a significant role in helping the neediest patients.
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ALS/Parkinson's
Degenerative neurological conditions require flexible care and planning because the scope of patient needs is constantly changing.
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Aphasia/Dysphasia/TBI/CVA-stroke
Navigating post-stroke realities effectively includes adhering to the recovery plan, reducing risk of a 2nd stroke, and extending recovery past 6 months.
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COPD/Emphysema
Reducing exacerbations and increasing treatment compilance are interdependent aspects of home care for COPD/Emphysema.
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Depression/Anxiety
Since mental health issues can complicate management of heart disease, dementia, cancer, COPD, and other conditions, we actively engage the depression-anxiety dynamic.
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Dementia
Non-pharmacologic care, family support, and COVID-specific practices all play a critical role in how we care for dementia patients at home.
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Elder Law
Home care can play an important role in how Elder Law professionals advise clients, especially when medically complex conditions are involved.
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Fall Prevention
Bone health and safety goes beyond preventing falls. It may also include nutrition, medication management, retrofitting the home for safety, and more.
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Heart Disease
An alarming number of heart disease patients do not adhere to their discharge plan. Learn how we help them stay on track and stay out of hospital.
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Hypertension
Monitoring BP, managing medication, and understanding the link between blood pressure and brain health are a few ways we help patients with hypertension.
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Oncology
Our home-care support of oncology teams involves education, low-complexity infusions, remote monitoring dietary support, and more.