At Providence Care, we understand that people have different needs depending on their stage of life. As a result, we work hard to offer a complete listing of services that encompass a broad spectrum of needs. The whole team at Providence Care is committed to excellence, and we believe in delivering patient-focused, compassionate care to our Anderson, SC patients. We strive to set new quality standards in the continuity of patient health, and our goal is always to exceed the expectations of our patients and their families. We never consider what we do as “just a job.” For us, our careers are our way of life, and we focus on bringing you the services you need, mostly right in your own home.
How does Providence Care help people in Anderson, SC with their home care needs?
When you decide to work with Providence Care for your own or your loved one’s health care needs, you’ll have the opportunity to choose from our comprehensive list of services. We proudly offer our Anderson, SC patients and their families assistance in the following areas:
- Adult Failure to Thrive
- Assisted Living
- Dietary Support
- Grief/Loss Recovery
- Hospice Care
- House Calls
- Liver Disease
- Massage Therapy
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Occupational Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Pastoral Services
- Physical Therapy
- Primary Geriatric Care
- Renal Failure
- Senior Placement Service
- Speech Pathology
- Veterans’ Services
At Providence Care, we’re pleased to offer many care options for seniors in Anderson, SC.
In the Anderson, SC area, there are different care options available to help support seniors. Providence Care wants to help you find the support you need to live your best life. To learn more about the similarities and differences of these options, please review the glossary of term s below:
- Home health care agencies support people in their homes. They provide services that range from housekeeping and meal preparation to personal care and nursing care. Additionally, respite, pastoral, and social services can be provided.
- Group homes are licensed homes that provide care to up to 10 residents. On-site caregivers, who sometimes are also the homeowners or reside there, provide meals, custodial care and basic healthcare. Additional services vary.
- Assisted living facilities house anywhere between 30 and 100+ people in centers designed to help people live as independently as possible. Shelter, meals support services and uncomplicated health care is provided.
- Skilled nursing facilities, or nursing homes, are staffed by nurses who provide round-the-clock patient care that includes wound care, medication management and physical therapy. Personal care is offered in the areas of bathing, dressing and eating. Nursing homes usually house more than 100 residents.
If you live in the Anderson, SC area and need any of these support services, Providence Care can help. To learn more about what we can do for you, 803.818.6955, or fill out our convenient contact form and we will be more than happy to assist you with your needs.