Comprehensive Assessments

The personalized care you need.

Build a care plan designed for the most important thing: you.

Our comprehensive assessments provide insight into each patient’s personal status through observation, self-reported symptoms, vital signs and more. It includes physical details plus the abilities, needs and goals of each individual patient.

Comprehensive Assessments

Our comprehensive assessments provide insight into each patient’s personal status through observation, self-reported symptoms, vital signs and more. It includes physical details plus the abilities, needs and goals of each individual patient.

No cookie-cutter plans here.

Comprehensive assessments from Heritage OnCare ensure the best possible health outcomes based on each individual’s needs, goals and desires.

Comprehensive Assessments from Heritage OnCare

Every patient who employs Heritage OnCare as a home health service receives a comprehensive, personalized assessment in order to ensure the best possible care and quality of life.

Information gathered includes:

  • Medical needs, including vision, bowel/bladder control, vaccinations, screenings and aspects of a healthy lifestyle
  • Nutritional needs such as low-sodium or diets, eschewing certain foods and more
  • Emotional needs, including mood issues, forgetfulness, awareness of oneès environment and other potential issues.
  • Functional, such as the ability to perform certain tasks of daily living and other self-care tasks.
  • Safety-related information, which allows caretakers to note any home hazards that may necessitate a move to a senior living community.
  • Economical needs, which measure the health- or finance-related challenges that can make it difficult for an individual to access certain services and goods.

Comprehensive Assessments
from Heritage OnCare

Every patient who employs Heritage OnCare as a home health service receives a comprehensive, personalized assessment in order to ensure the best possible care and quality of life.

Information gathered includes:

  • Medical needs, including vision, bowel/bladder control, vaccinations, screenings and aspects of a healthy lifestyle
  • Nutritional needs such as low-sodium or diets, eschewing certain foods and more
  • Emotional needs, including mood issues, forgetfulness, awareness of oneès environment and other potential issues.
  • Functional, such as the ability to perform certain tasks of daily living and other self-care tasks.
  • Safety-related information, which allows caretakers to note any home hazards that may necessitate a move to a senior living community.
  • Economical needs, which measure the health- or finance-related challenges that can make it difficult for an individual to access certain services and goods.

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