Home care is available for all residents of Franklin County, Vermont. We provide rehabilitative therapies, hospice, skilled nursing, social work, and other services to people of all ages and incomes who are homebound due to their condition and long term care and homemaker services to help people stay in their home.
Contact us for information on how we can help:
- if you have been recently discharged from the hospital or nursing home and are in need of continued care,
- if you are receiving treatment for cancer and other chronic illnesses,
- if you are an expectant mother preparing for childbirth and care for your newborn,
- if your child needs physical, occupational or speech therapy,
- if you have a terminal illness and choose to be cared for at home with compassion and dignity, and support for your family.
- if you need assistance with daily activities such as cooking and cleaning.
Arranging Home Health Care
Arranging home health care is as simple as making a phone call. Our intake coordinator will be happy to assist you in arranging home health care services. We can also make a call to your physician to help assess your home healthcare needs. When you call our office, you will speak with a nurse who will listen and help you determine your home healthcare needs.
Please call 802-527-7531 and ask to speak with our intake coordinator. You can also send us an email.
Payment for home health care comes from many sources including Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. We provide care regardless of your ability to pay if you are in need of medically necessary home care. If you are having trouble meeting your financial obligations for your home health care, please contact us about our Patient Assistance Program. We are able to offer assistance thanks to the generosity of the towns we serve, our local United Way, businesses and individual donors.