Are you one of the home health care agencies in the Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex licensed to provide home health care in assisted living facilities, senior housing, hospitals, nursing homes and rehabilitative hospitals? Yes. Care Mountain is Texas State licensed to provide home health care services at home, in assisted living facilities, nursing homes, rehabilitative hospitals, retirement homes, senior apartments, and hospitals.
Care Mountain is Texas State licensed to provide home health care services almost anywhere a person resides in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Assisted living and other senior facilities often may not have their service offering set up to provide additional personal attention, or help with activities of daily living that a person may need. Care Mountain’s caregivers can work in the assisted living facility or any senior facility at the client’s discretion, providing supplemental supervision, companionship, transportation and assistance with activities of daily living.
Care Mountain is also Texas State licensed to provide home health care service in nursing homes and rehabilitative facilities in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. While these facilities often provide a more extensive offering of services than assisted living facilities, we often find these clients obtain our service for companionship, supervision, participation in extra activity and to be an advocate for them during their stay in the facility. As a client advocate, we ensure the client is getting the nursing home or rehabilitative care that is expected during their stay.
Care Mountain is also Texas State licensed to provide home health care service in Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex hospitals. Our service in hospitals is primarily catered to providing companionship, general supervision, extra personal attention needed to make the client as comfortable as possible, and to be a client advocate ensuring expected care is received.
Care Mountain is also State licensed to provide home health care service in senior apartments and retirement communities. Often in these facilities as a person ages in place they may need more services than what the facility can provide in order to remain safely living there. In these situations, we are often making available a wide range of home care services such as assistance with dressing, bathing, personal hygiene, meals, self administration of medications, lite household chores, transportation and general supervision.