Home Healthcare Service In Nassau County, NY

When you are looking for reliable, compassionate home healthcare in Nassau County, NY, Alliance Homecare is your trusted partner. Committed to the highest standards of excellence in our home health services, we can provide both medical and non-medical care for you or your loved one, right where you live.

Our Primary Services

Our recruiting policy, The Grandma Rule, was created to give clients the same kind of care we’d want for our own loved ones. Our primary services range from ongoing assistance living at home, such as help with bathing, dressing and personal hygiene, to extensive nursing. Our home care services provide you a wide variety of options for support, customizable to your needs.

The four primary service areas which we specialize in are:

  • Home Health Aides: A home health aide provides services that support activities of daily living. This includes help with personal care such as bathing, dressing and toileting as well as meal preparation, medication reminders and some household tasks. These types of services do not require the skills of a licensed nurse. Training or certification requirements vary from state-to-state.
  • Private-Duty Nursing: A registered nurse is a licensed individual with an independent scope of practice. RNs can assess and diagnose many home health concerns. RNs work closely with physicians to provide quality care in acute situations. RNs can administer medications, monitor vital signs and dress wounds.
  • Companions: Our home companions offer non-medical services to elderly individuals that live alone and have a higher risk of mental stress or in-home accidents. They offer everything from social stimulation to companionship to escorting to physician appointments.
  • Geriatric Care Management: In Long Island, NY, our geriatric care management involves the planning and coordination of care for the elderly and disabled, with the goal of maintaining their independence for as long as possible and to improve their quality of life. Normally, GCM is provided by a licensed RN or Social Worker.

How Our Home Healthcare Services Work

When you are facing the challenges of getting older or the limitations of a disability, we ensure that you are able to stay within the comforts of your home. Our home care services in Long Island, NY are designed to make that possible. We provide you with medical or non-medical support services so you can remain at home safely for as long as possible. Alliance Homecare is able to provide everything from pediatric to geriatric care in Nassau County, NY. We can customize our services to your needs, providing any degree of support that is necessary, always with a kind and caring touch.

Who Benefits from Home Healthcare?

Anyone looking for in-home healthcare can benefit from our services. This may include elderly patients, individuals recovering from surgery, or anyone having a difficult time caring for himself/herself independently. With our private-duty nursing in Westchester County, it is possible to stay in your home with complex medical requirements. Typical care scenarios include insulin management, assisted living care, respite care, rehabilitation care, medication pour assistance, supplemental care and more.

Some difficult medical conditions we support include:

Alzheimer's Disease,Cancer, Diabetes,Heart Disease,Multiple Sclerosis,Parkinson's Disease, Stroke

Why Select Alliance Homecare?

When you are looking for in-home care, there are many benefits to working with a professionally licensed agency, such as:

Some difficult medical conditions we support include:

  • Care under the Oversight of the Department of Health
  • Fully Licensed and Insured Agency
  • Dedicated Internal Staff
  • Comprehensive Array of Services
  • 24/7 Emergency Support
  • Professional Background Checks
  • A Commitment to the Kind of Compassionate Care We’d Give Our Grandmas
  • Affiliate Relationships

If you are looking for safe and reliable support for yourself or a loved one, contact us at Alliance Homecare today!

All Home Health Aides are employees of Alliance Homecare and are fully insured.
Home Health Aides may not dispense medications per NYS DOH rules and guidelines.
All Home Health Aides receive internal continuous education of 12 hours per year or greater
on Alliance Homecare culture, clinical care and best industry practices.