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    Home Health Services in Saint Joseph

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    Business Listing   Bliss Manor - Saint Joseph, MO - Phone: (816) 233-2418

    Business Listing   Hospice Preferred Choice of St Joseph - Saint Joseph, MO - Phone: (816) 676-2600

    Business Listing   Kendallwood Hospice - Saint Joseph, MO - Phone: (816) 279-0144

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    Helpful Definition for: Home Health Services

    Home health services in Saint Joseph include the medical services that a person can avail at his home. There are many aspects of such services. These may be subjected to providing care for aged people, physically disabled persons, chronically ill patients and individuals in post-surgery recovery period. Home health services may be categorized into- Professional health services & Life assistance services. Medical or psychological assessment, wound dressing, medication teaching, pain management, disease management & education, physiotherapy, speech therapy & occupational therapy are the professional health services. While Life assistance services aim at providing personal care like help with bathing or getting dressed, preparing meals, etc.

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