Healthcare is an essential service that everyone needs at some point in their lives. Those who want to age in place should have access to home healthcare because it is not only convenient, but it allows you to get quality care in comfort and privacy during vulnerable times.


Home healthcare can provide a wide range of services, from basic assessment and monitoring to more complex care. It can also be tailored to meet the needs of individual patients. For example, home healthcare can be used to provide hospice care for terminally ill patients or to provide rehabilitation services for those recovering from an accident or illness. Home healthcare can make a real difference in people’s lives by ensuring that they have access to the care they need.


People turn to healthcare for help with:
• Transitioning from a hospital or nursing facility, to remain stable and stay at home
• Managing chronic conditions like diabetes, CHF, or COPD
• Rehab after a joint replacement or other surgery
• Adapting to new mobility challenges, and home safety and falling hazards
• Caregiver support and strategies for living with cognitive decline


Is home health care right for me?

If any of these sound familiar, you might benefit from home health care:
• New diagnosis, or recent difficulty with a chronic illness
• Trouble completing routine tasks for disease management
• New medications, or juggling three or more medications
• Recent fall, or a close call/fear of falling feeling
• Weaker than before, or less able to do daily tasks
• Pain that interferes with daily activities difficult or not possible to leave the house


Medicare coverage

Home health care is covered 100% for eligible Medicare beneficiaries. Call a home care specialist today to find out if you qualify. 586-752-1111


Meet your home health goals

In collaboration with your doctor, Bay nursing provides extensive services and programs to give you personalized support for your specific health challenges and goals.


Making The Right Choice

If you are considering other providers, make sure your choice has all the advantages to get you the best possible care.

Do they have the Bay Nursing

• Accredited and recognized within the industry?
• Hiring their own nurses and therapists instead of contract workers?
• Able to start your care quickly?
• Scheduling patient visits 365 days a year?
• Working with your current doctors to give you consistent care?
• Ready with additional services — like pain and symptom management or Hospice support — if your care needs should change?
• Addressing your specific health challenges with proven programs?