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Transition Partners is dedicated to providing the best quality care services. Our core services include Companion Care, Personal Care, and Transitional Care. Within those core service categories, we cover a wide array of specialty services. Medication Management, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, Disability Services, Respite Care and 24-Hour & Live-In Care are just a few of our specialty services.

We will assist you so that you can always regain your health and independence, and you can fully lean on us to provide you with care without bias and judgment.


What is Skilled Home Care Service?

Skilled Home Health Care are skilled services provided for the patient at home following an acute care episode. The services are skilled in nature and may require one or more of the following services; a registered nurse, physical therapy, speech therapy, and or occupational therapy. If you will be discharged from a hospital or rehabilitation center or you have been discharged, contact us to discuss our in-home benefits. Our goal is to bring you back to your baseline level of functioning prior to your illness or injury.

Transition Partners is dedicated to the idea that patients should have the chance to live as independently as possible, for as long as possible, in their own homes, and doing the things they like to do. Aging can be a hard process, however, with various medical problems and mobility difficulties—but that is exactly where we can help. Contact us today to learn more!

Skilled Nurses

Our wonderful nurses are able to take care of a host of medical care needs at home that your loved one might otherwise have to have done in an institutional setting. One of our qualified nurses will provide a complete in home Health Assessment. The nurse will develop a Plan of Care, approved by the Physician. The nurse will teach how to administer medications perform ostomy care. Things like administering medications, colostomy care, catheter care, and other procedures necessary for the patient in home. This saves your loved one the expense and stress of a hospital setting during recovery from an illness or during a long-term care situation. Our amazing nurses are a crucial part of our skilled home care team, and they make your loved one’s life at home safe, comfortable and therapeutic.

Occupational Therapist

Our occupational therapists help patients with rehabilitative services to help improve range of motion, strength. Occupational therapists will assist your loved one to remain in the home safely and comfortably.

Home Health Aides

Together with our nurses, home health aides strive to make your loved one’s life at home safer and more comfortable each day. They ensure that your loved one is able to move about safely and help them eat, bathe and dress, and perform light housekeeping, errands, shopping. They can also be your eyes and ears when you are not able to be there, so that any changes in their health needs can be caught and addressed quickly.

Physical Therapists

Besides being able to stay at home where they feel comfortable, being able to live as independently as possible is one of your loved one’s top desires. In many cases, an illness, injury or the effects of aging can hamper this independence—at least until one of our physical therapists comes to help! Our physical therapists help patients with rehabilitative services to help improve range of motion, strength. Physical therapists will assist your loved one to remain in the home safely and comfortably.


What is Skilled At Home Personal Care Service?

Whether they’re helping with personal hygiene or performing home safety evaluations to prevent avoidable accidents, our compassionate, knowledgeable home care professionals strive to give you more—more convenience, more security, more peace of mind. We provide assistance to help your loved one maintain their happiness, well-being, safety and independence in the comfort of their own home. Our Qualified Caregivers have the experience and compassion to provide assistance with everyday personal care tasks.

Helping someone bathe, dress, shave, and perform other personal activities can be difficult. Knowing how to handle these delicate situations will make things easier for both you and your loved one.Contact us today to learn more!

Our list of “Personal Care & Assistance” services include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting with morning and evening routines
  • Bathing (showers, baths, sponge baths, bed baths)
  • Restroom activities (toilet assistance, incontinence, accident monitoring)
  • Personal hygiene/grooming (hair care, skin care, oral care, nail care)
  • Dressing (clothing selection and assistance)
  • Mobility (transfers, walking, range of motion exercises, light exercise)


What is Companion Care?

The role of companion care changes based on the patient and their needs. It is a service that can be applied at home, home hospice or in assisted living situations. In general terms, companion care spans both the social and physical care of a patient or couple. The goal of companion care as a service is to:

  • Provide emotional support
  • Improve the quality of life of the patient
  • Provide companionship for the patient

Companion care can also include physical care such as grocery shopping, house cleaning, and chores that support or that maintain the independence of a patient or couple. Companion care should enable the patient to enjoy life.

Companions are people, some of whom are paid and some are volunteers, who provide a needed and consistent presence in a patients life. The role of a companion is to maintain the link between the patient and the rest of society. They work in such as way as to provide emotional companionship and in some cases, they provide physical care while lifting the burdens that come with getting older, loss of mobility and mental decline. Companions need not be medically trained or certified and their role can be as simple as taking a patient grocery shopping or to a doctors appointment. It can also be simply sitting down with a patient on a regular basis and enjoying conversation. Contact us today to learn more!

Need more information or help marking a decision?

Contact us today and one of our qualified case managers will answer any questions you might have. The consultation is free and there is no obligation.

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