At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center (HRC), an integral part of Hebrew SeniorLife, we provide high-quality, person-centered care that meets the special needs of our patients. Within our post-acute care services, our person-centered approach to care ensures patients and their families take an active role in their treatment and recovery. Our staff is committed to getting to know each patient and developing a one-on-one relationship that improves care and facilitates recovery.
While many may perceive senior living communities as places where older people go to put their feet up and watch the world go by, Hebrew SeniorLife believes that seniors have far more potential to accomplish exciting things in their later years. The residents of Hebrew SeniorLife communities are people who are learning, growing and achieving full, healthy and vibrant lives. One major reason for this is Vitalize360 TM, an award-winning, innovative, centered wellness coaching and assessment system that originated at Orchard Cove in 2003.
Nursing students begin their careers with the understanding that caring for ill and frail people will include having a large population of seniors as their patients. And while caring for them in times of greatest need is vitally important, they often never have the opportunity to get to know patients as people and relate to their more specific medical needs associated with aging.
For patients who want to be home but need ongoing care that can't be managed by friends or family, home health care services can be invaluable. Patients with dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, particularly benefit from receiving care in a familiar environment.
Flexibility, creativity, and consistency all come into play when providing home care services to this population: It's about promoting maximum independence while maintaining safety.
Generally, Medicare and managed care insurance will cover home care if there is a skilled need for services and the patient is homebound. Services typically include: