South Peninsula Hospital’s Home Health Services is a network of programs designed to meet the needs of elderly and disabled individuals choosing to remain at home in their community. We work closely with each client, their families, physicians, and other agencies to provide an individualized service plan for people of all ages.
Home Health – We provide skilled nursing care, physical therapy, medical social work, certified nursing assistants and speech and occupational therapy for homebound patients as prescribed by their physician.
CHOICE Waiver Program – The Choice Waiver program is designed for older Alaskans and individuals with disabilities. This program enables clients to remain in their home by providing comprehensive care coordination, chores, respite, environmental modifications, skilled nursing visits and specialized medical equipment to eligible recipients.
Lifeline – With Lifeline, your loved ones can rest assured that you’re safe, secure and happy in your home. Lifeline is a telephone system that can be accessed by the push of a button, in the event of an in-home emergency.
The Senior Services Grant Program – targets people who are low-income and are:
- Person of any age with Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders
- Frail/Elderly, physically or mentally disabled persons 60 yrs or older
- Individuals who are at risk for institutionalization
- Individuals who have the greatest social and economic need
- Individuals who are Alaska Native
- Individuals who are residing in an isolated rural area
Services provided include:
- Care Coordination
- Chore and Respite
Private Care Management – Specializing in Geriatric Care, we offer home care services on a long or short term basis to assist clients of all ages with personal care, housekeeping, shopping, errands, chores, nursing care, respite, companionship and personalized care management. Click here for a list of current private home care rates.
New Location: We are newly located at 203 West Pioneer Avenue, Homer, Alaska, and can be reached at 235-0369.