Veterans Are You Aware?

Veterans Are You Aware?

The Department of Veterans Affairs has a pension program that provides financial benefits to veterans, or their surviving spouse (married to a Veteran at the time of death), with non-service related disabilities. Option 1 Home Health Care works with Veterans and their families to help get approval for the aid and attendant care program. Please contact Kendra @ 517-999-2273 in the Lansing area or 269-746-2273 in the Battle Creek/Kalamazoo area for more information.  

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

When someone suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), the entire family is affected. Studies show that caregivers of people who have suffered a brain injury may experience feelings of burden, distress, anxiety, anger and depression. If you are caring for a partner, spouse, child, relative or close friend with TBI, it is important to recognize how stressful this situation can be and to seek support services. Option 1 Home Health Care specializes in caring for individuals who have suffered from a TBI. Contact Option 1 for more information and possible solutions.    

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Option 1 Home Health Care: Can Help You Help Your Loved One Suffering From Alzheimer’s/Dementia

Option 1 Home Health Care: Can Help You Help Your Loved One Suffering From Alzheimer’s/Dementia

With an Option 1 Caregiver you are assured peace of mind knowing we will protect your loved one from harm. An Option 1 Caregiver will give you a greater confidence and security knowing you have chosen the best.  You will be reassured knowing Option 1 Caregivers understand the importance of preserving the dignity of your loved one.

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Our Care Givers

Our Care Givers

Option 1 Home Health Care specializes in providing quality care for patients of all ages enabling them to stay in the comfort of their own home. Option 1 has specially trained personnel to work with patients with traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and those in various stages of Alzheimer’s disease.  

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Home Health Care Trends

Currently, 44 million Americans are responsible for the care of an older adult according to AARP reports. A recent survey of more than 2,500 family caregivers found that 25% of participants said they felt unprepared to serve as a caregiver. Only 17% of older adults reside in a nursing facility. Most are cared for at home. In-home care expenses are significantly less than long-term care facility expenses. Option 1 Home Health Care is here to help and ease the stress while ensuring quality care in the comfort of one’s own home.

We Service Personal Injury & Workman's Comp Patients

Personal Injury / Workman's Compensation

Our central focus is providing the finest and most appropriate in-home nursing and therapy for both patients and their families. Option 1’s team of skilled professionals is available to assist those who have been injured on the job with the care, education, and support services needed in the comfort of their home.

We Service Traumatic Brain Injury / Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord trauma is damage to the spinal cord. It may result from direct injury to the cord itself or indirectly from damage to surrounding bones, tissues, or blood vessels. Option 1 can help those that are affected by a spinal cord injury by offering several services to make their life easier.

We Service Alzheimer's / Dementia Patients

Alzheimer's / Dementia

 With an Option 1 Home Health Caregiver you are assured peace of mind knowing we will protect your loved one from harm. You will be comforted knowing that Option 1 Caregivers can calmly redirect behaviors with kindness and compassion.

Traumatic Brain Injury | TBI Patients

Traumatic Brain Injury

 If you are caring for a partner, spouse, child, relative or close friend with TBI, it is important to recognize how stressful this situation can be and to seek support services. Option 1 Home Health Care specializes in caring for individuals who have suffered from a TBI.