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Skilled Nursing and personal assistance at home in Lufkin.

No caregiver can be “on” 24/7 for long without a break. PineCrest Home Health care services can improve the physical and emotional well-being of Lufkin senior residents and their caregivers. In addition, our in-home health care reduces stress on residents’ important relationships with friends and family. We provide licensed Skilled Nursing visits and personal assistance services to Lufkin seniors who need home care and live within the city limits.

For information about in-home health care in Lufkin, TX, contact us.

The same Skilled Nursing you’d receive at PineCrest.

PineCrest Home Health nursing professionals:

  • Provide professional compassionate care
  • Provide a vital conduit to PineCrest Rehabilitation
  • Provide 24/7 consultation with an administrative nurse
  • Manage medications to prevent harm and/or hospitalization
  • Improve your loved one’s strength, well-being and independence
  • Evaluate your home for modifications and equipment to provide your loved one with new-found independence
  • Ensure that you are provided with vital quality time for yourself

Personal assistance to speed your recovery.

PineCrest PAS (personal assistance service) attendants help with ADLs (activities of daily living) and other necessities, including:

  • Dressing and grooming
  • Personal hygiene
  • Meal preparation
  • Feeding
  • Exercising
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Running errands
  • Companionship services
  • Shopping

Memory Support is also available via Home Health.

With the assistance of in-home Memory Support service, we’re able to help those with dementia and their caregivers improve their overall quality of life. Home Health Care services include:

  • 24/7 consultations with administrative nurses
  • Home evaluations that specify the modifications and equipment necessary for optimal independence
  • Assistance with medication management to help prevent errors.

At the same time, PAS helps maintain a loved one’s independence by providing:

  • Companion services
  • Errand services
  • Exercising
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation

Home Health FAQs

Yes and no. A PAS is not a nurse and is prohibited from dispensing medications. She can, however, help your mother remember to take her medications and observe that the dosing schedule is correctly followed.

Confirm with Medicare, but your Medicare health insurance is likely to cover home care options related to surgical recovery or a stay in the hospital. That can include wound care, medication management and physical therapy.