VN Home Health Care

(408) 998-0550

Languages

We accommodate care for patients in a variety of languages including English, Cantonese, Hindi, Ilocano, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Talgalog and Vietnamese.

Skilled Nursing

Our Skilled Nursing team focuses on disease management, treatment and education. The common diagnosis our patients experience include joint replacement, osteoporosis, CVA, progressive neurological disorders, Parkinson’s and dementia. The number of weekly visits by the Nurse is determined through a plan of care that is created in coordination with the patient's primary care physician and family. Some of the Skilled Nursing services include:

  • Cardiac Care
  • Lab Work Including Blood Draws
  • Dressing Change and Wound Vac
  • Urinary Catheter Management
  • Diabetes Management
  • Management of Enteral Tube Feeding and Ostomy Care
  • Medication Management & Education
  • Pain Management
  • Post Surgical and Medical Assessment
  • Patient & Caregiver Education related to Disease Process
  • Develop and Supervise Home Health Aide Care Plan

Rehabilitation Therapy

Our Rehabilitation team is composed of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists. This team works in collaboration with the other team members under direction of the primary care physician or specialty physician. Physical and Occupational Therapists work toward improving functional independence, improved mobility, and helping patients manage and decrease pain. Treatment also may include obtaining and teaching proper use of durable medical equipment. Occupational Therapy focuses on safety and endurance training, along with pain management and energy conservation. Speech Therapists focus on improving communication skills, cognitive and swallowing abilities.

The goal with many patients is to help them return to normal activities in the community. The common diagnosis our patients experience include joint replacement, osteoporosis, CVA, progressive neurological disorders, Parkinson’s, dementia. Treatment is provided to improve the following symptoms:

  • Muscle weakness
  • Decreased mobility
  • Falls
  • Incontinence issues
  • Decreased ability to perform functional activities
  • Communication and swallowing difficulties

Medical Social Workers

Our Medical Social Workers evaluate the social, economic, environmental and emotional factors that affect the patient's condition. They play an important role in assisting patients and families to adjust emotionally and socially to illness or disability. The Medical Social Worker Works in coordination with the patient's primary care physician and with other team members to provide services including:

  • Obtaining community resources, such as Meals on Wheels
  • Long Term Care Planning
  • Stress Management & Coping Skills Training
  • Financial Assistance Resources

Home Health Aides

Our Home Health Aides are certified and require continuing training and education units yearly. Their role is to assist patients in the area of personal care. They work under the supervision of a registered nurse, or licensed therapist. Our aides provide assistance with:

  • Bathing, Dressing and Grooming
  • Assistance with Prescribed Exercise Programs