Home Health Care

As part of Independent Adult Day Centers’ Continuum of Care, we are proud to offer skilled Home Health Care. Independent Home Health Care is licensed by the state of Indiana and accredited by Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP). CHAP is an independent, nonprofit accrediting body for home and community-based health care organizations. Our team of RNs, LPNs, Therapists, CNAs and HHAs provides skilled care ordered by a physician for our Guests in their homes.

An individual may require Home Health Care following an injury or illness and is often part of a patient’s discharge plan from a hospital or skilled nursing/rehab facility. Independent Home Health Care serves Guests in Marion County & the seven surrounding counties. Independent Home Health Care can be utilized in combination with our other services to best support the Guest.

Independent Adult Day Centers’ continuum of care provides the care your loved one needs to live well while continuing to live at home. We offer Adult Day Services, Home Health Care, Healthcare Coordination and Attendant Care services. 

Skilled Nursing Services

A Registered Nurse will complete your assessment to evaluate your needs and create your Plan of Care. Oversight and periodic follow-up will also be carried out by a nurse. Needs that would require a nurse to come out on a regular basis could include but are not limited to: medication management & education, wound management & education, catheter management, ostomy management & education, IV infusions, chronic disease management & education and specimen collection as needed. Additional home health nursing capabilities include:

  • Medication Set Up
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • G-tube
  • Pain Management
  • Post-Surgical Care
  • Ostomy & Urostomy Care
  • Wound Care
  • Injections
  • Blood Draws
  • Tube Feeding
  • Catheter Care
  • Tracheostomy Care
  • Oxygen Management
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Home Health Aide

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Home Health Aide care is provided by licensed CNAs and HHAs under the supervision of an RN and includes assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) such as bathing, grooming, dressing and transferring. Home Health Aide care is different from Attendant Care. A Home Health Aide is a licensed healthcare professional and requires physician and insurance authorization to provide care. Home Health Aide care is provided for an episode of care versus ongoing care. For ongoing ADL care, a non-skilled caregiver through Independent Attendant Care would be a great solution.

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy

Physical Therapy

A Physical Therapist will complete your therapy assessment to create a customized treatment plan that will help you return to your prior level of function and independence by strengthening muscles, increasing range of motion, improving functional mobility, evaluating for assistive devices (cane, walker, rollator, etc.) and finally by providing you with a Home Exercise Program (HEP) to complete independently.

Speech Therapy

A Speech Therapist will complete an assessment to determine how best to help you improve overall communication, cognitive function, and swallowing function. They will conduct exercises aimed at improving coordination, memory, orientation, and judgment skills. People who suffer from strokes or brain injuries often have to relearn basic skills such as swallowing or talking. Speech therapy has also been proven to be beneficial for dementia patients in improving voice-volume recognition, fluency, mouth coordination and articulation, and verbal expression. After an initial evaluation, a licensed speech therapist can develop an individualized plan that may include conducting exercises to help your loved one with their communication difficulties.

Occupational Therapy

An Occupational Therapist will evaluate your ability to complete Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), which include bathing, dressing, meal preparation, and housekeeping and will make safety recommendations accordingly. They can provide you with a Home Safety Assessment in addition to assessing for adaptive equipment needs and providing education/training for patients and caregivers for proper use of the equipment. The goal is to adapt your current routine and environment to keep you safe and independent. Occupational therapy can help people who are ill, disabled, or recovering from an injury maintain the skills needed for daily living. Occupational therapy can include methods to treat people with emotional, physical, mental, or developmental ailments that have impacted their ability to complete.

woman in physical therapy using a medicine ball

Therapy Services in Center or in Home

Our Adult Day Centers each have Therapy Gyms including equipment such as parallel bars, treadmills, recumbent bikes, stretching tables, weights, and more. Subject to limitations from certain types of insurance, therapy patients have the option to receive care in their homes or at one of our three Adult Day Centers.

Other Services Available Through IADC

Home Health Care services are part of the IADC continuum of care that also offers three other services: Adult Day Services, Healthcare Coordination, and Attendant Care.

  • Adult Day Services. IADC offers daytime, non-residential services at our three Indianapolis area Centers. IADC provides transportation to and from the Center and your loved one’s home each day. Our team provides supervision, a full range of medical care on site, activities and socialization, and nutritious, made-from-scratch meals.
  • Healthcare Coordination. IADC’s Healthcare Coordination program is tailored to each Guest’s specific needs. An RN or LPN performs an in-home evaluation and a review of their health history to develop a care plan based on each Guest’s current health needs. Ongoing care includes medication management, scheduling, transporting and accompanying Guests to medical appointments, education and assistance in managing chronic illnesses, and more.
  • Attendant Care. Attendant Care services from IADC allow your loved one to receive in-home supervision and assistance with Activities of Daily Living while you’re at work or need a reprieve.

Other Services Available Through IADC

Home Health Care services are part of the IADC continuum of care that also offers three other services: Adult Day Services, Healthcare Coordination, and Attendant Care.

  • Adult Day Services. IADC offers daytime, non-residential services at our three Indianapolis area Centers. IADC provides transportation to and from the Center and your loved one’s home each day. Our team provides supervision, a full range of medical care on site, activities and socialization, and nutritious, made-from-scratch meals.
  • Healthcare Coordination. IADC’s Healthcare Coordination program is tailored to each Guest’s specific needs. An RN or LPN performs an in-home evaluation and a review of their health history to develop a care plan based on each Guest’s current health needs. Ongoing care includes medication management, scheduling, transporting and accompanying Guests to medical appointments, education and assistance in managing chronic illnesses, and more.
  • Attendant Care. Attendant Care services from IADC allow your loved one to receive in-home supervision and assistance with Activities of Daily Living while you’re at work or need a reprieve.
woman being handed her medications by a nurse

Pay For Care

Independent Home Health Care is in network with Medicare, Medicaid, and Anthem plans at this time with more coming soon.

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