Our Home Health Services
Panoptic Home Health in Morris, IL provides a variety of services to help our patients recover and regain their independence. Our goal is to assist out patients with education regarding: disease processes, medications, potential complications, and the importance of you being involved in their own health care.
Our services include:
- Skilled Nursing
- IV Therapy
- Wound Care
- Diagnosis Teaching
- Medication Management
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Medical Social Work Services
- Home Health Aide
- Assist with bathing, dressing, eating, etc.
The Panoptic Home Health team works closely with your doctor to create a plan of care that fits your medical needs.
Our team includes:
- Nurses, Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), work with your doctor to provide the most quality home care services. Their assessment, skilled treatment, and support provide the high quality care you need to recover at home.
- Physical Therapists will come to your home to provide rehabilitation which includes gait training, home exercise program development and instruction on the use of equipment to regain function and mobility.
- Occupational Therapists will provide rehabilitation including range of motion exercises, functional ergonomics, and activities of daily living.
- Speech Therapists will provide rehabilitation to improve speech, swallowing and cognitive-communication deficits.
- Medical Social Workers assist patients and family members with difficulties related to care at home and assist patients and families with coordinating community resources and services.
- Home Health Aides assist with activities such a bathing, dressing, and eating, etc.
How is it Paid for
- Medicare covers 100% as long as the qualifications are obtained.
- Private insurance varies depending on your personal policy.
- VA covers at 100% as long as the qualifications are obtained.
- Workers Compensation and Private Pay.
Who is Qualified?
- Older individuals, who have a variety of health problems, but want to maintain their independence in their home with the support of a professional caregiver.
- Patients of all ages who return home following surgery and need care, supervision or additional assistance.
- Patients who have complex treatments that require use of medical equipment and/or medication monitoring.
- Mothers and newborns home from the hospital after 24 or 48 hours who are in need of further education, support and the clinical assessment skills of a trained nurse.
- Young adults recovering from accidents or injuries, who can manage on their own - if they know an experienced healthcare professional, will be there when needed.
- Mentally ill adults who need support to remain in the mainstream of their community.
What are the Qualifications?
- Patients must be homebound.
- Must have a doctor’s order.
- Must have a skilled need (i.e. IV Therapy, Wounds, Diagnosis Teaching, Medication Management, Teaching, PT, OT, SLP etc.)