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Additional Services & Support

In addition to all other non-medical care services, Quality Living Home Health Services also offers other specialized care services. This includes care for the following conditions listed:

Hospice Support

If your loved one is on hospice, he or she has special needs concerning the management of difficult symptoms. Our staff is trained in comfort care techniques and understands the unique sensitivities surrounding the end of life.

We know this is a stressful time for everyone in the family, and we can be there to handle the physical care providing the love and comfort only a family member can bring.Let our expertise in palliative and hospice along with our areas of specialty services, provide the "Quality Approved" care and resources while focusing on what matters most to our patients and their loved ones.

Parkinson's Disease Care

If you or a loved one has Parkinson’s disease, American In-Home Care can help you maintain a good quality of life. In the early stages, care providers assist with making life easier and safer at home by assisting with the daily activities of living. They can help to keep you active for as long as possible, and assist with physical and mental exercises.

Unfortunately, the patient’s condition will continue to degrade as the condition progresses. The care providers we refer can adapt a daily routine to support these changes with some creativity and flexibility.

Cancer Care

Advances in cancer treatment have led to shorter hospital stays, and patients being cared for at home instead of in facilities. As a result, home health care professionals have become more important than ever in maintaining the quality of life for cancer patients in their homes.

The care providers we refer to our clients with cancer are trained to recognize warning signs related to cancer, including the possible side effects of treatments.

Care providers can assist with palliative treatment (i.e. keeping the patient comfortable, especially if they are at the end stages). Care providers can also perform respite care to allow family members acting as caregivers to have important personal time.

Stroke Care

More than 6 million people living in the United States have survived a stroke, affecting 4 out of 5 American families. If you or a loved one have survived a stroke and have been discharged from the hospital, you may expect to have physical, occupational and/or speech therapy, all depending on the severity of the stroke. American In-Home Care can help make the transition from hospital to home easier by matching you with the right care provider, and providing quality home healthcare.

Diabetic Care

People living with diabetes require a special kind of care to ensure their safety and health. Any of the Personal Care care providers we refer can aid with diabetic precautions during care, including skin and nail care, bathing, medication assistance, diet monitoring and light exercise or range of motion activities.

Arthritis Care

Arthritis limits everyday activities such as walking, dressing, and bathing for more than 7 million Americans. Even with medical treatment, arthritis can progress and make it more difficult to perform these activities of daily living. Whether you have Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, or any other form of arthritis, a referred care provider from American In-Home Care can help improve the quality of your life.

24-Hour Care

For clients who require around-the-clock care, We provide 24/7 moral support, companionship, and (most importantly) quality care.

(888) 710 0036

(860) 381 6315

Contact us to schedule a phone consultation or in-home assessment by one of our "Quality Associate" Consultant, who will work with you to develop a personalized plan of care designed to suit your needs.

Mailing Address

Quality Living HHS
P.O. Box 7594
Bloomfield, CT 06002-7594

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