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Occupational Therapy

1) A patient must be home-bound and a physician must order Home Health Care Services.

Home-bound is defined as –

  • leaving the home is not recommended due to your condition
  • you cannot leave home without assistance such as a wheelchair, special transport, walker or receiving help from another person
  • leaving home is taxing and requires considerable effort

2) Services must be specific, safe, and effective for your condition

3) Your condition is complex and services can only be effectively performed by a qualified therapist

4) One of the following exists:

  • It is anticipated that your condition will improve in a predictable amount of time
  • A skilled therapist is necessary to safely and effectively establish a maintenance program for your condition
  • A skilled therapist is needed to safely and effectively perform maintenance therapy
  • The amount and duration of service is reasonable.


Occupational Therapy services include:

  • Activities of daily living
  • Home management
  • Functional mobility and balance
  • Activity tolerance
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Upper extremity strength/joint mobility
  • Energy conservation
  • Splinting
  • Fine motor control
  • Cognition/problem solving/safety awareness
  • Medication management related to functional ability
  • Prosthetic management of activities of daily living
  • Home modifications
  • Task analysis
  • Psychosocial evaluation and treatment
  • Positioning
  • Leisure/recreation
  • Vision/perception
  • Pain Management

The Occupational Therapist assigned to your care and the other professionals from our interdisciplinary team will monitor your progress and consult with your physician in order to help him/her decide how often and how long the visits will be. If you have Medicare coverage, the home health care ordered by your doctor is usually covered. If you are covered under a Medicare Advantage plan, you may be subject to a deductible or co-payment equal to a percentage of the total cost of care. The agency will verify the home health care benefits covered under your health plan prior to the start of care, and will inform you of any out-of- pocket expense you may be responsible for.


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Personal Care Assistants

Trucare caregivers will engage with your loved ones and improve their quality of life. We will customize a homecare service plan that meets your family’s needs.   Care plans are based on the health, needs, and wants of those in our care. We offer a variety of services that can fit most needs your loved

Certified Home Health Aides

Home health aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired. They often help older adults who need assistance.  Organize a client’s schedule and plan appointments, arrange transportation to doctors’ offices or for other kinds of outings, shop for groceries and prepare meals to a client’s dietary specifications provide companionship

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