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Welcome to Centennial Home Care

Centennial Home Care is dedicated to providing skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to patients in the comfort of their home, and to promoting independence and safety.

We believe that patients can reach their optimal functional abilities through skilled and caring services. Our professional Nurses, Therapists and Aides provide care in your own home. Each patient is treated with dignity, respect and compassion.

What is Home Health?

The purpose of home health is to provide quality rehabilitation and care that encourages safety and independence while maximizing the well-being of individuals in the familiar surroundings of their home.

Centennial Home Care provides a spectrum of services administered by licensed health care professionals in your home. Our dedicated home health staff coordinates the care or therapy that your doctor prescribes. Following your doctor’s orders, our friendly staff will develop a written plan for your care that will help improve and maintain your physical, mental, and social well-being.

Most insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid, pay for home health services. Some insurances require a co-pay.

Centennial Home Care believes that patients can reach their optimal functional abilities through skilled and caring services. Our professional Nurses, Therapist and Aides provide care in your own home. Each patient is treated with dignity, respect and compassion.

What is Home Health
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A Team Approach

Centennial Home Care provides a collaborative team approach to the patients in their care. The following home health care providers are utilized in an interdisciplinary approach:

PHYSICIANS: Physicians prescribe and oversee patient plans of care.

SKILLED NURSES: Registered Nurses assess patient needs and provide skilled services, including: medication instruction, wound care, injections, disease management and education, anti-coagulation management, and case management for rehabilitation needs.

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: Physical Therapists assess a patient’s mobility, strength and function. They then set goals with the patient to improve their functional abilities. Physical Therapists provide skilled therapy services, including: gait training, therapeutic exercise, mobilization, modalities to improve balance, walking and transfers.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS: Occupational therapists help patients improve performance with daily living activities, such as dressing, meal preparation, feeding and bathing.

HOME HEALTH AIDES: (CNA/HHA): Under the direction of a skilled nurse or therapist, aides assist patients with activities of daily living such as bathing, showering, dressing, toileting, walking and exercise.

HOMEMAKERS: Homemakers perform light household duties such as laundry, meal preparation, general housekeeping and shopping.