Home Health

Care, healing, safety, and independence at home.

We Help You Stay Where You Want To Be – At Home.

We know your needs are unique. Whether you are just transitioning home from a hospital or long-term facility stay, or you need extra help managing your chronic illness or navigating home safety hazards, we team up with your physician to build a care team and care plan especially for you, based on your personal challenges and goals.

Patient Guide for Home Health

Use our guide or take the assessment to learn more about the types of care and support home health can provide and if it’s right for you or your loved one.

The Residential Difference

Our Home Health team is made up of experienced, mission-driven, and professionally trained individuals. We collaborate with you to determine the best course of care, create a plan, and work toward your goals. Get the help you need when and where you need it when you choose Residential Home Health.

Get Your Questions Answered

How can home health care help you meet your health goals? Home health care is described by Medicare as being “usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.” Below are some common questions we’re asked about Residential Home Health and our services. Discover more about how we can help you stay independent & safe at home.

Residential Home Health is a national leader of in-home nursing and therapy care. We provide home health, palliative, and hospice services. We are on a mission to positively impact our patients and their families and inspire a renewed sense of hope and confidence.

Our team provides home health, palliative, and hospice services. The way we do this is unique depending on the patient’s needs and ranges widely. Our services and programs include: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, diet planning, counseling, nursing, bereavement services, spiritual counseling, pet therapy, music therapy, aromatherapy, and massage therapy.

Residential Home Health, Palliative, and Hospice patients and their families receive customized care plans, a dedicated team, education, and the ability to speak with a nurse 24/7.

We serve in Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, and Ohio.
Visit our locations page for a full list of counties and contact information.

Residential Home Health is a Medicare-certified provider. Most doctor-prescribed home care is 100% covered. If you qualify for Medicare and meet eligibility requirements there are no out-of-pocket expenses. Please call us at (866)-902-4000 for more information.

You and your loved ones have the right to choose your in-home health care provider.

If you or someone you love recently had surgery, changed medications, were hospitalized, have trouble with maintaining balance, or have been diagnosed with a new illness, it may be time for in-home health care. Under Medicare rules, a person qualifies for home health care if he or she needs skilled medical care and is homebound (which means leaving home requires a considerable amount of effort).

Our dedicated and skilled clinicians help coordinate the care each patient’s doctor prescribes. In support of your doctor’s orders, we develop a written plan for your care that explains what services you will receive to reach your physical, mental, and social goals. We pride ourselves on staying in touch with our patients’ doctors; they are able to access visit notes 24/7 through our secure, online, HIPAA-compliant Physician Portal.

Yes, in addition to home health services Residential also provides palliative care. Unlike Hospice, your diagnosis does not have to be terminal and you do not have to stop curative treatment to receive palliative care and all its benefits. Anyone with a serious illness can receive palliative cared regardless of life expectancy. Our services include physical, emotional, and psycho-social support to improve quality of life for patients facing a debilitating illness.

Home Health Care Can Help.

Take 60 seconds to answer 15 simple questions. Identify your loved one’s risk factors and determine whether home health care can help.