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thumbnail imageUltimate Home Care offers the following comprehensive and top-notch home care services:

Private Duty/Nursing Services

Private Duty Nursing is the providing of care by nurses, whether an RN (Registered Nurse) or LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse). The nurses in the home provide direct care, support and serve as the liaison with the client’s physician to coordinate healthcare needs for the primary caregiver. They also serve in teaching the family and caregivers. Care can be up to 24 hours with nursing coverage.

Home health Aides/PCA Services

Personal Care Assistance (PCA) a personal care assistant provides services to persons who need help with day-to-day activities to allow them to be more independent in their own home. A personal care assistant is an individual trained to help persons with basic daily routines.

Homemakers/Companion Services

Homemaking (Housekeeping) is designed to maintain the client’s healthy living environment by performing a variety of housekeeping tasks and services.

Companion/Caregiver is companionship and assistance in activities such as meal and medicine preparation, transportation and completion of errands in the client’s home.

Waivered Services

Waivered Services is designed to prevent or postpone the need for individuals to move from their homes. Waivered services provide people with additional assistance, above the standard insurance coverage, that they and their families need to maintain and improve personal health and increase independent living skills and even modify the environment in which the client is living.

Respite Services

Respite Services is short-term, temporary care provided to an individual in their home or outside their home and is designed to give the primary caregiver a break from their caregiving duties. Respite services may be just a few hours or several days in length depending on the plans of the caregiver. Respite services may be planned in advance or may be made available to assist in a crisis/emergency situation.

Care Management

Care Management Services are provided either by a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) who oversees the case, provides additional training and guidance to staff, coordinates care, updates paperwork, performs supervisory visits and holds care conferences when necessary. They act as a supervisor to the staff in the house to ensure utmost quality.

For more information about our services, please click on the individual pages. Thank you for your interest in our services. You can reach our agency by calling us at 763-560-9890.

Contact Information

7040 Lakeland Ave. N., Suite 208
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota 55428