It’s good to be home to rest and recuperate. Whether you’re on the mend, learning to live with a chronic illness or someone you love needs assistance —Village Home Health is expertly equipped to deliver a wide range of personalized care services in the privacy and comfort of home. Addressing each specific health need so you and the people you love can stay at the familiar address you call home.
Village Home Health’s registered nurses and licensed practical nurses provide highly skilled medical care at home when prescribed by a physician. Working hand-in-hand with your physician, our skilled nurses help recuperating individuals, or those with chronic illness or disabilities, reach the highest practical degree of recovery, comfort and independence.
Our physical, occupational and speech therapists provide therapeutic services specifically designed for you and your home environment.
Village Home Health Aides help you feel better at home and maintain your independence. Under the direct supervision of a medical professional, they perform a variety of functions directly related to the care you receive, but may not technically be health care services. They can also provide much-needed respite care to help caregivers take a break from daily responsibilities.
Medical social workers play a vital role in the Village Home Health care team. They work with individuals and their families to determine needs and provide education and solutions to ensure the best possible outcome is achieved.
Since home is where the heart is, Village Home Health is committed to providing the comprehensive, customized cardiac care available, every day and right where you need it, at home.
Village Home Health’s Wound Care Program is a specialty program that provides individualized and skilled nursing care under a physician’s order. To ensure optimal outcomes, we treat wounds as well as what may often be an underlying disease that complicates the healing process.
Infusion therapy is the intravenous (IV) administration of medicines and nutrition. Our specially trained nurses work directly with your physician and pharmacist to administer prescribed therapy at home while monitoring the effectiveness of treatment and the infusion device.
More than one third of adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Up to 30% suffer moderate to severe injuries such as lacerations, hip fractures and head traumas. Village Home Health’s Balance and Falls program is designed to assess and treat patient with balance and fall issues.
Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is a common problem, but not an inevitable part of aging. Village Home Health’s experienced team of nurses and therapists can help to improve and strengthen bladder function and decrease the embarrassment and social isolation experienced by lack of bladder control.
Our experienced staff of nurses and therapists has completed advanced, specialized training to assess patients thoroughly, and provide both support and treatments that return them to independence and a sense of wellness.
To learn more about home health care services in Kansas City provided by John Knox Village, please complete the contact form or call (816) 892-4380 to schedule a personal appointment.