Month: June 2018

At Santé, we often see family members who suffer emotionally and physically as they take on the great responsibility of caring for a loved one. When caring for an elderly parent, you are part of a care team comprising of family members, doctors, and nurses. But it can often feel like you’re alone. That’s why having your own type of support is important in making sure you stay mentally and physically healthy too.  

If you or a loved one is heading home after a stay at a rehabilitation center or hospital, there are home health care services available that can help the healing process continue at home. Santé offers a variety of services provided to patients in the comfort of their home to ensure they receive a compassionate continuum of care throughout their recovery. Services include nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy, social workers and home health aides. For those with Medicare Part A and/or Part B, these types of services are usually covered.

Santé Home Health and Rehabilitation offers a variety of services provided to patients in the comfort of their home to ensure they receive a compassionate continuum of care throughout their recovery. Services include nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy, social workers and home health aides. In-home care can improve quality of life for those recovering from a hospital stay, fighting a terminal disease or nearing the end of life.

Barbara Bush’s announcement sparked debate over the decision to end medical treatment for a terminal illness. At Santé, we understand that each individual’s needs are different.