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Home Care

What Is In-Home Nursing Care?
One of the most common kinds of home care is specifically in-home nursing care. In this case, nurses provide a wide range of cost-efficient services for patients, depending on their own personal needs, from the convenience of their own homes.
After a client has been diagnosed, a home health nurse will consult with a doctor to create a care plan to achieve specific goals.

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Nursing Care

In home nursing care is intended mainly for clients who are well enough to be discharged from hospital, but are still in need of a nurse to perform preventative, therapeutic and/or rehabilitative services.
Nursing care at home can be short-term, long-term, shift schedule-based, hourly, daily or weekly. Home Nursing Care Services Business Owners Should Consider
• Providing medication
• Ventilator care
• Tracheostomy care
• Traumatic brain injury (TBI) care
• Spinal cord injury (SCI) care
• Wound dressing
• Pain control
• ALS/MS care
• Vital sign monitoring
• Ostomy/gastrostomy care
• Feeding tube care
• Catheter care


Cobas Staffing Agency can help

At Cobas Staffing Agency, we select the best, most-skilled carers in advance so they’re ready to provide the care you want, right when you need it.

Medication Reminders

Timely prompts to take medication, drink water, and other daily wellness needs.

Staying Active

Support to keep you moving and healthy, from a simple walk to specific exercises.

Meal Prep & Groceries

From shopping for groceries to planning and preparing healthy meals you’ll love.


Wherever you’re going, get a ride in a comfortable car—or yours if you prefer.

Light Housekeeping

Doing dishes or laundry, taking out the trash, plus seasonal projects and organizing.

Personal Care & Hygiene

Assistance with dressing, bathing, or toileting—always respectful and professional.


Doing activities, building friendships, fellowship, and community—or just talking.

Check-in Visits

A skilled care advisor can be there in as little as 2 hours—24/7—to check in on you or a loved one.