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What is COPD?
COPD is the third leading cause of death in America, claiming the lives of 134,676 Americans in 2010.
In 2011, an estimated 10.1 million Americans reported a physician diagnosis of chronic bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis affects people of all ages, although people aged 65 years or more have the highest rate at 64.2 per 1,000 persons.
Hometown’s Breathe Program focuses on Pulmonary Health. This includes COPD, emphysema, pneumonia, and more. Our skilled team provides you with education on respiratory disease and prevention, as well as symptom management. Learn More
Person-Centered Dementia Care
A Team Approach to Dementia Care
Hometown Home Health & Hospice provides a Person-Centered program for Dementia Care called “In My Shoes”; a Team Approach to caring for Dementia throughout early to late stage. Learn More
Behavioral Management Program
25% of the Adult Population in America have Mental Health Needs
Hometown Home Health and Hospice can provide an individual In-Home Behavioral Management program that assists patients and caregivers to restore, and promote mental, physical, and emotional wellness. This program provides trained nurses who observe and assess physical and mental needs, responses to medication, coping strategies, behavior changes, and supervise and coordinate other needed services such as Occupational and Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Home Health Aides and Medical Social Workers. Learn More
Equipped for Success in Wound Care
Hometown Treats Both the Wound and the Patient
Holistic care is our focus when we treat a patient with a wound. We help the patient and teach the caregiver as a whole. From the Hometown Home Health perspective. truly successful wound care includes the avoidance of emergent care and infections during the home health episode and the avoidance of re-injury in the future. Learn More