Hospice Care

Home is likely where you want to be when you are recovering from an illness, injury or surgery.

Hospice Care

Visiting Nurse Association of Erie County

Care in the Comfort of Your Own Home

Home is likely where you want to be when you are recovering from an illness, injury or surgery. And Regional Home Health and Hospice makes it possible by providing the following in-home services to residents in Erie and Crawford Counties.

Skilled Nursing

A registered nurse comes to your home to provide care such as assessments of heart and breath sounds, care of wounds, ostomies and catheters and other services. RNs provide special support to newborns and their mothers and teach patients and family members to manage medication, nutrition and other patient needs. They can also help coordinate additional services if needed, as well as keep your physician informed about any changes in your condition.

Physical Therapy

A physical therapist can help you improve your strength, coordination, mobility and pain control through therapeutic exercises and other methods. Physical therapists also help patients adapt to canes, walkers and wheelchairs.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help you and your family members use techniques and equipment to help you improve your level of independent functioning in such activities as eating, bathing, dressing, cooking and mobility.

Speech Therapy

Speech pathologists can help you relearn or improve communication and memory skills such as speaking, writing and problem-solving. They also encourage family members to get involved with your therapy.

Personal Care

Home health aides help you with some of your daily activities that you cannot do yourself such as bathing and grooming, light housekeeping and meal preparation.

Medical Social Work

A medical social worker can arrange for help from community support services and assist in finding the best extended care facility for you if you should need one.