LifeSpring Franchising Service Lines

Home Health

LifeSpring In-Home Care Network provides superior home-centered services to enhance the patient’s health, quality of life, and peace of mind.

Home Health Care furnishes an efficient and cost effective alternative to hospitalization or other institutional care. Our services are provided by a team of highly trained home care professionals dedicated to going above and beyond to ensure the care and comfort of patients and their families, while simultaneously addressing individual needs and providing the highest quality, patient-focused, and loving care available anywhere.

Additionally, the services we offer are not provided exclusively to seniors. Whether you’re a new mom, an injured athlete, or anyone recovering from an operation or illness, LifeSpring In-Home Care Network pledges to compassionately care and support those individuals in the comfort of their own homes. Please visit our Request Services page or Contact Us to get in touch with one of our staff.

Types of care offered to help:

  • Recovery from surgery.
  • Assist Chronic Illness sufferers.
  • Patients too ill to take care of themselves.
  • Condition that requires regular medical attention.

Other services include:

  • Wound care
  • Assessments
  • Infusion Therapy
  • Cardiovascular care
  • Diabetes care
  • Oncology care
  • Ostomy care
  • Pulmonary Care
  • Anodyne Therapy
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Telehealth
  • Teaching

Services are provided by the following Home Care Team:

RN Case Manager

This licensed and trained professional coordinates and manages the patient’s care, evaluates their condition and needs, and implements the Physician’s treatment plan.

Skilled Nurse

Assists the RN Case Manager in carrying out the treatment plan, providing care, and monitoring the condition of the patient.

Rehabilitation

Including Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapists who work closely with care givers and patients to achieve a higher level of independence.

Medical Social Worker

Assists patients and families with accessing financial resources, facilitates emotional and community support and counseling, and transitioning to a new environment such as assisted living or a move into a relative’s home.

Certified Home Health Aides

Assist the patient with bathing, grooming, ambulation and the activities of daily living.

F.A.Q.

Who Pays for Home Health Care?

Home Health Care is a benefit under Medicare Part A with no co-pay or deductible. Most insurance companies pay for home health care at 80 – 100% depending on circumstances. Medicaid and other programs pay for home health care under certain circumstances. LifeSpring In-Home Care Network will verify and authorize insurance and other benefits on behalf of our patients.

 

Hospice

Hospice care at home is a compassionate, unique form of care for those faced with a terminal illness. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and interdependent journey whose primary focus is the promotion of dignity and affirmation, honoring the quality of life for the patient, family members, and others close to them.

Services include providing comfort through pain and system management, along with spiritual and emotional support. Allowing the patient to remain where they live in peace and comfort for their remaining days affirms life in all stages, our care neither hastening nor prolonging the process. Please visit our Request Service page or Contact Us to get in touch with one of our staff.

LifeSpring’s Hospice Team

  • Patient and family
  • Social Worker
  • Attending Physician
  • Chaplain
  • Hospice Medical Director
  • Therapists
  • Nurses
  • Volunteers
  • Home Health Aide
  • Administrative Staff

 

 

 

F.A.Q.

Who is eligible for Hospice?

Any individual who has a life-limiting illness with a life expectancy of 6 months or less if the terminal illness runs its normal course. The individual must elect hospice and choose to forego aggressive treatment for that illness. The patient’s eligibility must also be certified by a physician indicating that he/she is appropriate for hospice care.

Is a Doctor’s Referral Required?

No. A referral may be may be submitted to LifeSpring In-Home Care Network by anyone. Working in concert with your primary care doctor and LifeSpring's team of physicians ensures a shared journey.

Who Pays for Hospice Care?

Hospice is a benefit under Medicare Part A with no co-pay or deductibles. Many health insurance programs also cover hospice. LifeSpring provides care for all admitted patients regardless of their ability to pay.

 

Personal Services

Do you or someone you know require home assistance?
LifeSpring In-Home Care Network offers exclusive private duty services for individuals or families who need assistance with daily living. Whether it’s three hours per day or all day, every day, LifeSpring's Personal Services are specifically tailored to meet the client’s needs by providing the following:

  • Companion and Homemaker: Our caregivers prepare meals, perform light housekeeping, supply transportation and, most importantly, offer friendship and socialization.
  • Certified Home Health Aide: Along with Companion and Homemaker, our Home Health Aides assist with medication reminders, bathing, grooming, dressing, and incontinent care.
  • Live-In Care and Companionship: Provides the above services on a live-in basis, 24 hours a day.
  • Facility Sitter Service: Our caregivers stay with your loved one when you are unavailable.

Because some clients may require less extensive help, other potential services include:

  • Housekeeping and Chores
  • Errand Runs
  • “Bed and Breakfast”

Because Your Peace of Mind Matters

  • All staff are bonded and covered by general and professional liability insurance and worker’s compensation.
  • Stringent background, competency, and reference checks are performed on all staff.
  • All staff members are subjected to rigorous screening and orientation.
  • The RN Case Manager supervises all caregivers.

Please visit our Request Service page or Contact Us to get in touch with one of our staff.

F.A.Q.

Who pays for Personal Services?

Typically, services are paid privately by the client or family. Coverage may be provided by some health or long term care insurance plans. The Veterans Administration pays for some personal services for qualified veterans. Financial assistance to persons providing ongoing care for a loved one is offered by the OASIS Respite Voucher Program. LifeSpring will always validate insurance and authorize care.

Who needs in-home care?

People who need additional help with their daily living activities and want to stay home. In other cases, it could be people whose family care giver needs a respite from their care giving responsibilities.

Do you provide care in facilities also?

Yes. We can attend to your loved one in hospitals, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, long-term rehabilitation facilities, and other places.

Can I meet the caregiver in advance?

Of course. We want to match the right caregiver with the personality of your loved one, which is covered during the initial interview. We pride ourselves in building relationships.

Why should I use LifeSpring In-Home Care Network instead of someone else?

Our services are provided by a team of screened, bonded, insured and highly trained home care professionals dedicated to going above and beyond to ensure the care and comfort of patients and their families, while simultaneously addressing individual needs and providing the highest quality, patient-focused, and loving care available anywhere.

 

 

Are you ready to learn more about
LifeSpring Franchising?

Name:

Phone:

Email: