Medical Conditions - Who We Help

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Star Multi Care today? We are just a phone call away to answer your questions and concerns at (631) 956-8835. We look forward to meeting and exceeding your mIf you have children or an adult that needs in-home care to manage a chronic or short-term medical condition, our skilled medical professionals and caregivers are trained to meet many unique requirements. Many of the following medical conditions require outside resources not only to assist the client but also the primary caregiver and family:

  • Accident Injury Recovery
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD)
  • Cardiovascular Problems
  • Well Mom/Well Baby Nursing Visits
  • Dementia
  • Diabetes
  • MS
  • Dialysis
  • Joint Replacement
  • Lung Conditions
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Post Surgical Recovery
  • Sports Injury Treatment
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • ALS

How Our Healthcare Professionals Can Help

When you seek our help, we thoroughly assess the medical condition. Working closely with the doctor, the client, family members and you, your personal care team will develop an individualized care program, meeting medical needs and monitoring treatment. The program teaches clients and their family valuable preventative measures to help them avoid further complications from their medical condition, and ways to improve their overall health and quality of life. At Extended Family Care, the comprehensive home care services our team of healthcare professionals offer include: pain management, physical and occupational therapy, medical treatment, and assistance with daily living, including in-home chores, bathing, personal care, meal preparation and errands.

Why not put your loved one’s care in the trusted hands of Extended Family Care today? We are just a phone call away to answer your questions and concerns at (610) 200-6097. We look forward to meeting and exceeding your medical home health care needs.

Some of the benefits of home health care services include:

  • Care in the comfort of home
  • Peace of mind
  • Licensed and highly qualified staff
  • Maintain quality of life
  • Fewer hospital readmissions
  • Decreased hospital length of stay
  • Fewer Emergency Room visits
  • Increased medication compliance
  • Continuity of treatments
  • Maximized Independence
  • Increased safety
  • Less stress on family caretakers

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