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About Amplified Home Health
If you have an elderly family member that needs extra help, but doesn't want to go to an assisted living community, you have a choice. The best choice for many families is home care. Amplified Home Health has plenty of experience creating customized home care plans. This helps our staff of nurses and caregivers provide the best quality of life available for seniors living in Harrisburg.
Advantages of Senior Home Care
The first advantage of home health care is seniors are happier in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. For seniors and homebound individuals, home health care means keeping their independence and keeping their dignity.
While staying in their own home is an obvious benefit for seniors, Amplified Home Health has more benefits.
- More Independent
- Safety, Convenience, Convenience
- Custom Care
- Full Service
- Gives Family Caregivers A Break
- Lower Cost Than Assisted Living
Home Care Services Offered at Amplified Home Health
The services we offer focus on an aging adult’s total well-being, not just their physical requirements. The goal of Amplified Home Health is to provide every person with hope and purpose, regardless of age or the level of care needed. We measure our success by how much we lift the spirits of our patients and their families.
Many of the services provided by Amplified Home Health include Help with ADL's, Managing prescription, Meal prep, Catheter care, Grooming and hygiene, Dressing assistance, Personalized care, 24/7 care, Grocery Shopping, Dementia care, Wound care, Short term assistance, Companionship, Transferring and positioning, …and many more - call for all services available..
It’s easy to get confused, call (800) 755-1458 to talk with an advisor for what the service choices for you loved one.
Staff and Caregivers at Amplified Home Health
Not everyone can be a Amplified Home Health caregiver, it takes something a little extra to work for us. Many people apply, but not everyone meets our standards. The steps to join our team is difficult, but seniors and their families love the results A thorough background check that exceeds Pennsylvania requirements is one of the many steps that a caregiver must pass.
Harrisburg Home Care Cost
There are several factors that contribute to the cost of in-home senior care. Every senior has unique needs. The pricing for in-home senior care depends on number of hours a week, what supplies are used, and level of care required.
Complete the form above or call us at (800) 755-1458 for a custom in-home quote.
We are here to serve you and your family, so please do not hesitate to call us to discuss you or your loved ones needs.
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Amplified Home Health – Reviews
Had a very pleasant tour of Palermo retirement home with my husband. Prit was very kind and I feel comfortable leaving Mom there for a respite break. I got a good feeling that she will be well treated.
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Home Care Service DetailsHelp with ADL's, Managing prescription, Meal prep, Catheter care, Grooming and hygiene, Dressing assistance, Personalized care, 24/7 care, Grocery Shopping, Dementia care, Wound care, Short term assistance, Companionship, Transferring and positioning, …and many more - call for all services available.
- Schedule a tour and visit the physical location to make sure community description is accurate.
- Confirm with community manager that living and services required for you or your loved one's unique needs and budget are met.
- Check with state government websites for additional licensing and information.
If there is any information that is inaccurate or needs to be updated, please contact Assisted Living Center.
Assisted Living Center uses the term "assisted living" or "personal care" to inform users that a community provides assistance with some Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). It may not meet your state's legal definition required for that level of care.