Did you know that Reliance Home Health Care, LLC has received perfect state surveys since 2006? Today I want to talk about why that is so important to you and what you can expect from your experience with us. Selecting a home care agency for yourself or your loved one can be a difficult choice. How do you know for certain the agency you're looking at is trusted and reliable? One resource that is available to you are the results of state surveys that are performed bi-annually.
Often times, it is not until you are confronted with a devastating event such as the injury, hospitalization or debilitation of a loved one, that you are exposed to the world of homecare. How do you know where to turn? How do you know who to trust? Finding acceptable care is not an easy task. When choosing an agency to take care of a loved one, I believe that some of the most important factors families consider are: • Choosing an agency that will provide honest caregivers •
Did you know that Reliance Home Health Care also take Medicaid patients? We do!
Reliance wants to give back to the community by lending a helping hand to those with Medicaid. Most home health care companies don't do this simply because they lose money. While this may be a good business move, caring for living and breathing people is more than just business for us. With the help of the Long-term Care Community Diversion Program of Florida, we are able to keep Medicaid benefi
This past Memorial Day weekend, we remembered the sacrifices that have been made by our soldiers to keep our country safe. At Reliance Home Health Care, we take these sacrifices seriously and want to do everything we can to ensure that our soldiers are getting the care that they need. To ensure that we’re doing all that we can we are going to have a certified Post Service Officer at Reliance Home Health Care. This will allow us to provide Aid and Attendance to our veteran pat
I mentioned in an earlier blog that Aging in Place is one of the myriad services we offer, since our very own Rosie Castro is trained in helping you "age in place". Now, if you haven't heard of Aging in Place before, you probably don't know that it is a way of making sure you can live in your home comfortably and safely for as long as possible. Often times, this may consist of remodeling your home to include things like bars in hallways for you to hold to maintain your balanc