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Home Health Care


Home Health Care
At Home Solutions can alleviate your concerns regarding your home health care needs. We provide assistance in the convenience of your own home, supplying you and your family with independence, comfort and peace of mind. Our professionals understand what it means to provide an environment of compassion and dignity. With our many options to choose from, we can create a program that works for you.

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Skilled Nursing Care – Providing your family with nursing and rehabilitative care supervised by a skilled medical professional to treat, manage, observe and evaluate your care.

Who are our skilled medical professional?

  • Registered nurses

  • Licensed practical and vocational nurses

  • Physical and occupational therapists

  • Speech-language pathologists

  • Audiologists

How can a skilled medical professional help me?

  • Aiding in the improvement of your overall condition

  • Manage your current condition and prevent it from declining

  • Provide skilled rehabilitation care to help improve your condition within a predetermined time period

  • Set up a maintenance program designed to control your current condition and prevent it from getting worse

  • Skilled care helps you get better, function more independently and/or learn to take care of your own health needs
Caregiver – A home health aide can assist with the activities of daily life such as bathing, eating, maintaining your home, and preparing meals. This is especially helpful after surgery or having been ill.

Who are our Caregivers?

  • Certified Home Health Aides

  • Certified Personal Care Aides

How can a Certified Caregiver help me?

  • Assists patient with food intake and exercise.

  • Helps with household tasks such as cleaning, laundry and shopping as well as preparing meals and running errands

  • Assists patients by providing personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming.

  • Teaching and aiding patients on how to use special equipment such as walkers, canes and other medical devices.

  • Educates patients and family members on nutrition, housekeeping and appropriate ways of re-positioning and turning the patient

  • Keeping patient records and journals

  • Maintaining a safe and healthy environment

Hospice Care – for the terminally ill who do not require the specialized sophistication of a hospital

What specifically does hospice care offer?

  • Hospice is a special home health care service for patients and families who are faced with terminal illness. Physicians, nurses, social workers, bereavement counselors and volunteers work together to address the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each patient and their families. The hospice team provides care to patients in their own home or a home-like setting.
111-02 Jamaica Ave
Richmond Hill, NY 11418
2299 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11223
71-01 Austin Street
Forest Hills, NY 11375

Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Phone: 718-441-6802
Phone: 718-441-6803
Fax: 718-441-6804


The Public may contact Joint Commission Office of Quality Monitoring to report any concerns or register a complaint about a JHACO accredited health care organization. This can be achieve by either calling 1-800-994-6610 or e-mailing complaint at www.jointcommission.org