• Home Care

    When you or your loved ones need assistance to manage healthcare conditions, turn to Ty's Healthy Healers Non-Medical Agency.

    Ty's Healthy Healers are at your assistance and can help you improve your quality of life and healthcare outcomes. Ty's Healthy Healers provides quality care giver services at the convenience and comfort of your home.

    If you are looking for quality help at the comfort of your home, home health aide services may be right for you. With the recommendation and order from your physician. Our home health aides and Patient Care Assistants work under the direct supervision of a licensed Nurse.

  • Services

    Services include:

    Initial assessment and evaluation by licensed Nurse

    Home Health Aide & Patient Care Assistants

    Assistance with activities of daily living
    Encouraging client in self-help
    Following through on use of special equipment
    Assisting client to follow exercise programs such as ROM.
    Assistance with bathing, grooming, and incontinent care
    Housekeeping
    Laundry
    Health status monitoring
    Meal preparation
    Grocery shopping
    Transportation to and from medical appointments
    Respite care services for the primary caregiver in your family

  • There comes a time that an older adult needs to have both non-medical and home health care services at the same time. That's because the a licensed medical professional who administers home health care is different from the services given by a caregiver.

    While both focus on the safety, well-being and healing of an older adult, the caregiver emphasizes and builds upon the personal relationship with the older adult. Non-medical home care is given long-term.

    The licensed medical professional has little contact with the older adult and the relationship is short-term. One example, an older adult recovering at home from heart surgery will see a licensed medical professional, and a caregiver, until their condition has improved. After improvement, the older adult may choose to keep the caregiver on for additional services, even if part-time.