Agency Type: Not For Profit
The Home Nursing Agency is a non-profit Visiting Nurse Association and a Community Health Services provider. The Agency provides services throughout Central and South Central Pennsylvania to residents of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Somerset, Indiana, Fulton, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata, and Franklin Counties.
A day program for individuals with developmental disabilities; providing a wide range of life experiences through community and center-based activities. Focuses on physical, sensory and communicative development for adults 21 years of age or older. Services include Individualized Customer Plans, group interaction, daily living activities, integrated community activities and other assistance.
Therapeutic day program for individuals 18 years of age or older, which enables them to remain in their homes while yielding a significant respite benefit for caregivers. Individuals diagnosed with communication disorders or memory deficiencies from the onset of Alzheimer's Disease; chronic illnesses, or any limitations with mobility or activities of daily living can benefit from service. The day program is designed to meet all of the clients nutrition, socialization and health needs, for the length of time needed by the caregiver. Services are available through private pay or in conjunction with supplemental funding.
BLAIR HOUSE CRISIS RESIDENCE
DOROTHY TARTAGLIO PERSONAL CARE HOME
Provides early intervention and child development services to families of infants and toddlers (birth through 3 years of age) who have developmental delays or who are at risk of having delays. Services include comprehensive developmental assessments by professional staff. For children who are found eligible for Early Intervention Services, a multi-disciplinary team meeting is held to develop a plan of services individualized for their family. Home-based child development services provide opportunities for families to support their child to develop skills in communication, self-care, and problem solving, sensory, fine & gross motor and social/emotional development. Speech therapy, physical therapy, and social work may also be provided as needed.
Home Care Options (HCO) program offers personal care, home support, companionship, and respite services. We can provide you and your loved ones with a variety of individualized services. Our trained and supervised staff can provide you with the best possible care in your own living arrangements to meet and exceed your expectations. By offering Self Pay, Private Duty Services we can offer you one hour to twenty four hour a day service.
Home Nursing Agency professionals know there is nothing like being in your own home following an illness, injury or surgery. Services include:
The Nurse-Family Partnership is a voluntary home visitation program available at no charge for first time moms who meet income requirements. The Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time parents succeed by fostering healthier pregnancies, improving the health and development of children and encouraging self-sufficiency. Specialized nurses visit families regularly, starting early in pregnancy and continuing through the baby's second birthday.
The program is a collaborative effort of "Families r First" of Huntingdon County and Families First Community Collaborative of Blair County. The Nurse-Family Partnership, a premier program of the National Center for Children, Families and Communities based at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, currently exists in hundreds of communities nationwide.
Eligibility: Any woman who is expecting her first child, resides in Blair or Huntingdon County and meets economic criteria is eligible to participate in this nationally recognized program.
The Pediatric Private Duty program provides private duty nursing services and home health services to children with complex medical needs in their home. Children are eligible from birth to 21 years of age. A pediatric trained case manager oversees all cases.
Service can be provided through private insurance, MA waiver or self-pay.
To access services a letter of medical necessity needs to be submitted by the primary care physician or specialists and insurance verification needs to be determined. Length of services depends on the child's condition.
Hospice provides for the emotional, spiritual and physical well being of individuals with a terminal illness & their families. Hospice team members help patients and their families in an often difficult stage of life.
Home Nursing Agency offers a wide range of services that enable individuals with mental, behavioral, and severe physical challenges to receive the care they need while continuing to live at home.
These programs have been developed to enable people to receive the care they need while remaining in their community.
Volunteering enables individuals to give back to their community while staying active and learning new skills.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) is a program within the family of programs and services offered through Home Nursing Agency. WIC provides food, nutrition counseling, and access to health services to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children who are found to be at nutritional risk. WIC is designed to benefit families, whose children are under the age of five years and who meet eligibility requirements. Contact the Home Nursing Agency for more information and eligibility guidelines.