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About New England Home Health Services

More than 25% of children and 60% of adults live with a chronic health condition that affects their daily living. Some conditions may be more visible than others, many may be debilitating, but the pain and discomfort are shared by all. Many of the clients in our care live with one or more of the following:

  • Ventilator support (continuous or intermittent)
  • Muscular dystrophies
  • Seizure disorders
  • Tracheostomy
  • G-tube, G/J tube or N/G tube
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Cardiac anomalies
  • Advanced Multiple Sclerosis
  • ALS
  • Quadriplegia
  • Brain injury

Our care providers work with you daily or during a flare up to help manage and improve quality of life. Our highly skilled and accredited registered nurses and licensed practical nurses support chronically ill children and adults at home, in the hospital and anywhere in the community for up to 24 hours daily, giving parents the time to work and to sleep. Our nurses care for children, adolescents and adults of all ages, and support family members in their care for their loved one.

To tailor your care to your individual needs, we work closely with you, your family, your primary physician, and all consulting physicians. Our professional licensed staff have the knowledge and skills to care for you and your loved ones.

NEHHS can be trusted to provide the highest skilled care to children and adults with the most challenging chronic health problems. Families choose our continuous care nurses because we provide comprehensive care plans, professional management, experienced nurses, and a family focused orientation plan. We want to help you and your child to thrive at home.

About New England Home Health Services

More than 25% of children and 60% of adults live with a chronic health condition that affects their daily living. Some conditions may be more visible than others, many may be debilitating, but the pain and discomfort are shared by all. Many of the clients in our care live with one or more of the following:

  • Ventilator support (continuous or intermittent)
  • Muscular dystrophies
  • Seizure disorders
  • Tracheostomy
  • G-tube, G/J tube or N/G tube
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Cardiac anomalies
  • Advanced Multiple Sclerosis
  • ALS
  • Quadriplegia
  • Brain injury

Our care providers work with you daily or during a flare up to help manage and improve quality of life. Our highly skilled and accredited registered nurses and licensed practical nurses support chronically ill children and adults at home, in the hospital and anywhere in the community for up to 24 hours daily, giving parents the time to work and to sleep. Our nurses care for children, adolescents and adults of all ages, and support family members in their care for their loved one.

To tailor your care to your individual needs, we work closely with you, your family, your primary physician, and all consulting physicians. Our professional licensed staff have the knowledge and skills to care for you and your loved ones.

NEHHS can be trusted to provide the highest skilled care to children and adults with the most challenging chronic health problems. Families choose our continuous care nurses because we provide comprehensive care plans, professional management, experienced nurses, and a family focused orientation plan. We want to help you and your child to thrive at home.

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Services

Private Duty Nursing

Also known as Continuous Skilled Nursing or Block Time Nursing, our PDN program offers nursing services in the home ranging from 2 to 24 hours a day. Our licensed professionals are patient-centered and care-focused. We offer skilled patient assessments, direct nursing care, patient/family education, and supervision of care providers for medically fragile pediatric and adult populations.

Skilled Intermittent Care

Skilled Intermittent Care, also known as a Skilled Visit, is a specialized type of nursing service for our pediatric and older patients. Skilled Intermittent Care is typically less than 1 hour with a frequency of 1-2 visits per day or week. These visits could consist of a nurse visit, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social work, or home health aid. Our licensed professionals collaborate with the health care team to achieve the patient’s goal.

Home Health Aide

Our certified home health aide staff assist with basic care needs and home living. Under the direction and supervision of our professional staff, home health aides provide personal care assistance, simple meal preparation, exercise, and light housekeeping. Home health aides visit daily or as needed.

School Nursing

Our care coordinators work in collaboration with the school systems to meet both the client's and school’s needs.  We provide licensed, trained, and qualified 1:1 nursing staff in a school setting from school-aged to college level.

Materal Nursing

Maternal child health nurses visit after you return home from the hospital to check in on you and your newborn.  Our nursing staff during these visits provide support, offer consultation, and help achieve your care plan.

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists focus on restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical functions. Physical therapy helps infants born with musculoskeletal birth defects and adults suffering from acquired injuries, recovering from surgeries, and dealing with post-stroke conditions. Our physical therapists use exercises, equipment, and education to help achieve health goals. 

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists focus on the client’s ability to do their daily life activities through age-appropriate learning methods. Occupational therapy might include play therapy or teaching a patient to dress or feed themselves. Developmental activities help develop fine motor, sensory integration, visual motor tasks, or gross motor play.

Speech Therapy

Our speech therapists focus on the client’s communication skills, fluency disorders, and swallowing disorders. Speech therapy can help children who are having difficulties expressing or comprehending words or written language. Our therapists will develop a plan to to meet communication, language, oral motor, and feeding goals.

Services

Private Duty Nursing

Also known as Continuous Skilled Nursing or Block Time Nursing, our PDN program offers nursing services in the home ranging from 2 to 24 hours a day. Our licensed professionals are patient-centered and care-focused. We offer skilled patient assessments, direct nursing care, patient/family education, and supervision of care providers for medically fragile pediatric and adult populations.

Skilled Intermittent Care

Skilled Intermittent Care, also known as a Skilled Visit, is a specialized type of nursing service for our pediatric and older patients. Skilled Intermittent Care is typically less than 1 hour with a frequency of 1-2 visits per day or week. These visits could consist of a nurse visit, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social work, or home health aid. Our licensed professionals collaborate with the health care team to achieve the patient’s goal.

Home Health Aide

Our certified home health aide staff assist with basic care needs and home living. Under the direction and supervision of our professional staff, home health aides provide personal care assistance, simple meal preparation, exercise, and light housekeeping. Home health aides visit daily or as needed.

School Nursing

Our care coordinators work in collaboration with the school systems to meet both the client's and school’s needs.  We provide licensed, trained, and qualified 1:1 nursing staff in a school setting from school-aged to college level.

Maternal Nursing

Maternal child health nurses visit after you return home from the hospital to check in on you and your newborn.  Our nursing staff during these visits provide support, offer consultation, and help achieve your care plan.

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists focus on restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical functions. Physical therapy helps infants born with musculoskeletal birth defects and adults suffering from acquired injuries, recovering from surgeries, and dealing with post-stroke conditions. Our physical therapists use exercises, equipment, and education to help achieve health goals. 

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists focus on the client’s ability to do their daily life activities through age-appropriate learning methods. Occupational therapy might include play therapy or teaching a patient to dress or feed themselves. Developmental activities help develop fine motor, sensory integration, visual motor tasks, or gross motor play.

Speech Therapy

Our speech therapists focus on the client’s communication skills, fluency disorders, and swallowing disorders. Speech therapy can help children who are having difficulties expressing or comprehending words or written language. Our therapists will develop a plan to to meet communication, language, oral motor, and feeding goals.

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