Most of Our Services are Available 24/7 and Include

Skilled Nursing

Our skilled and dedicated nurses develop individualized care plans for each patient based off of the patient’s primary physician’s orders.

Our skilled and dedicated nursing team, provide exceptional nursing care for all patients.

Nurses educate patients and caregivers on a variety of information, including but not limited to, medication safety, treatment and management of symptoms, education on their illness/condition, and monitoring of the patient’s care to ensure his/her health is stabilized. Nurses develop individualized care plans for each patient based off of the primary physician’s orders as well as their initial assessment with the patient. All nurses work closely with the patient’s primary care physician to ensure the utmost quality of care for each patient. Our nurses maintain an open line of communication between the patient, his/her caregivers and his/her primary care physician.

In the event that a patient does not have a primary care physician, Helping Hand can assist the patient in finding a visiting physician to the patient’s home.

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Our experienced and licensed therapists are a crucial part of the comprehensive approach to our skilled-care services. Our therapies include Physical (PT), Occupational (OT), Speech (SLP) and Nutrition.


Physical therapy (PT) strives to rehabilitate conditions related to, but not limited to, arthritis and joint pain, soft tissue injuries, chronic pain syndromes, gait and balance disorders, stroke, joint replacement, gait abnormality, or any other post-operative or degenerative limitation, head injuries or other neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis or ALS.

The goal of physical therapy is ensured safe and pain-free mobility of the patient and to restore and manage balance disorders to facilitate safe, independent living. A major part of Physical therapy is to help patients recover from and prevent falls.

During the initial visit, the therapist will do a functional assessment in order to understand the patient’s strengths and functional mobility. After the assessment, the therapist will develop an individualized care plan for the patient that will identify the goals set for therapy. The therapist will strive to help the patient in improving walking, balance, pain relief, range-of-motion, posture, strength or mobility.


Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on accessing and improving the patient’s ability to perform his or her activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, grooming, and feeding oneself. If these activities cannot be accomplished comfortably, the therapist will identify tools and services that can further assist the patient.

Physicians commonly order occupational therapy for patients with stroke, neurological diseases amputation, and other disabilities. Occupational therapists help patients learn how to use medical equipment, assistive devices, and prosthetics. The goal of occupational therapy is to provide the patient with confidence and a sense of independence in conducting their daily living activities.


A Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), commonly called a speech therapist, specializes in the evaluation and treatment of swallowing, cognition/thinking skills, and communication disorders. Speech therapy helps patients improve breathing, speaking, and/or swallowing. Speech therapy also focuses on the patient’s ability to understand words and the ability to use words to express him or herself.


Nutrition therapy is available as a tool to aid in the patient’s recovery or to meet his/her condition-specific dietary needs. A nutritionist will be assigned to a patient when ordered by a Physician to help the patient in following strict nutritional guidelines based on patient’s diagnosis.

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Home Health Aide Services

Based on eligibility, our patients are provided with an aide to assist them with personal hygiene, dressing, light housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, errands, meal preparation, and to provide companionship.


Based on eligibility, patients are provided with a Home Health Aide which can assist the patient with personal hygiene, dressing, light housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, errands, meal preparation, reading and providing companionship.

Our aides are certified and abide by strict guidelines and ethical codes specific to the needs of our patients. Our agency employs aides that speak over 20 different languages!

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Social Work & Bereavement

Our team of Medical Social Workers, Spiritual Counselors, and Trained Volunteers provide the support and individual attention to our patients and their families in the most difficult times.


Medical Social Work services are available within home health care and hospice. Our social workers are essential in assessing and evaluating situations from a problem-solving perspective. Social Work evaluations lead to a better understanding of an individual’s physical, emotional and psychological state; providing our patients with well-rounded patient-centered care.

Social Workers, additionally, provide our patients and their family members with education pertaining to what to expect during the dying process; providing resources and support services during difficult times enable our patients and their family members to make informed decisions and feel that they are not alone.


Grieving the death of a loved one is a unique process for each person, with no prescribed path or timetable. Helping Hand Hospice helps those left behind to better understand and cope with their grief as they move forward toward hope and healing.

After the death of a loved one, our trained staff provides grief support to family and friends of our patients as well as to anyone in the community grieving a loss.

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Medical Equipment & Supplies

We provide each patient with all of the necessary durable medical equipment and supplies to ensure utmost comfort and mobility.

We provide each patient with all of the necessary durable medical equipment and supplies to ensure utmost comfort and mobility. These supplies can include but are not limited to hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, diapers, blue pads, ointments, and non-rinse shampoo. In addition, we supply all of the prescribed medication related to the patient’s hospice or home health care diagnosis, such as medication, oxygen and wound care supplies.

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Nutrition & Medication Management

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If your insurance plan does not cover the care services you need or ceases payment for services before you are ready or expect to be ready for the services to be stopped, you are typically left to pay the difference with private pay (re: “out of pocket”).Paying privately for home care services is often a necessary solution for individuals who prefer to live independently in their homes, as external payment sources for in-home care is limited and generally only covers a short time frame.

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