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Spinal Cord Injury


The care of every patient of Advanced Home Care® is managed by an internal RN Care Manager

On-going RN supervisory visits and care conferences for continuity of care with patient, family and medical team

RN internal Care Managers provide verbal and written communication between independent case managers,
insurance adjusters, and physicians

Schedulers work closely with clinical managers, patients and their family to identify client-specific staffing
requirements

Wound Care, Ventilator Care, IV Infusion, and Medication Set-up Visits

Autonomic Dysreflexia, Intermittent Straight Catheterization, Bowel Program with Digital Stimulation

Skilled Nursing Services (RN and LPN)

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists

High-Tech Aides, CENA, Home Health Aides

Assistance with all activities of daily living

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Education & Training


Philosophy

Advanced Home Care® believes competency/performance evaluation and continuing education
are ongoing processes designed to ensure excellent patient care. We accomplish this by identifying
our employee’s strengths in meeting the therapeutic needs of the patient.

Practice

All field employees are competency evaluated through both written and clinical tests. All aides are
also required to maintain 12 hours of continuing education credits per year.

Competency/performance evaluations and continuing education are conducted in our training
center located in Troy, MI. Our programs and training target the most current and leading edge
topics.

Competency evaluations specific to clinical procedures are also performed, with the client’s
permission, in the client’s home. All competency evaluations are done by a Registered Nurse to
ensure that patient-centered objectives and goals are met.

Continuing Education

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) consequences and complications
Acquired brain injury (ABI) consequences and complications
Paraplegia consequences and complications
Quadriplegia consequences and complications

  • Range of Motion
  • Abuse
  • Fall Prevention
  • Bowel Program
  • Autonomic Dysreflexia
  • Intermittent Straight Catheterization
  • Body Mechanics & Lifting Techniques
  • Therapeutic Communication
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Blood Borne Pathogens
  • Universal Precautions
  • Cultural Competence
  • Disease Management
  • Medication Management

Insurances Accepted

  • Medicare

  • Medicare Advantage

  • BCBS

  • Medicare Plus Blue and other PPO’s

  • All Automotive Insurances

  • Workman’s Comp

  • Long Term Care Insurances

  • Variety of Provider Networks and Private Pay

AHC Service Areas

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