Personalized Care for Seniors with Congestive Heart Failure

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Congestive heart failure (CHF) is the most common diagnosis in hospital patients over 65 years old. This condition can inhibit proper blood flow and put excess strain on the body. Helping seniors manage CHF can require close care and attention.

Our CHF care program helps caregivers assist seniors with from CHF. Our program includes heart-specific courses and other relevant training to help our caregivers understand and address the needs of seniors with CHF.

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““The main reasons heart disease and heart failure patients are readmitted to the hospital include poor nutrition, medical oversight, and mobility limitations” –

What’s covered in our CHF Specialty Program:

  •  Identification of fall risks and hazards
  • Pneumonia and bronchitis management
  • Assistance with nutritional intake and specialized diets
  • Care coordination with healthcare professionals
  • Mobility and safety monitoring


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"Home care for homebound adults with CHF can reduce healthcare utilization and healthcare costs."

– PLoS One

"Heart failure is an ongoing, health condition that can be controlled with medications, diet, and other therapies"

– Emory Healthcare

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