Home Health Services at Orchard Cove

Home Health Services

Hebrew SeniorLife's Home Care

Hebrew SeniorLife's Home Care, established in 1990, has become a trusted name for seniors and their families in the Greater Boston area. Our leadership team developed this renowned model of care, which delivers the highest quality of services to residents on Hebrew SeniorLife campuses and throughout their communities.

HSL Home Care model was designed for older adults who prefer recuperating from illnesses or injuries, or managing chronic conditions, in the comfort of their own homes. We offer skilled and compassionate nursing care, companionship, and a wide range of personal services. Whether it's assistance with the tasks of everyday living, short-term care following a hospital stay, or a permanent solution that provides live-in assistance, we will design a personal and comprehensive plan for recovery that specifically responds to an individual's medical, emotional, and personal needs. Services are offered to residents in Independent Living or Assistance-in-Living residences, as well as in the surrounding communities.

HSL Home Care is a Medicare-certified home care agency, available to provide services that are prescribed by a physician's order. We provide skilled nursing, home therapies (physical, occupational, and speech), medical social work, and home health aide services. Services are based on individual needs and the plan of care is developed in conjunction with each person's primary care physician. Whenever possible, services are billed to Medicare or other insurers. HSL Home Care also offers a medication management program and personal care services on a limited fee-for-service basis.

To learn more about HSL Home Care, please call 781-821-3213.

Patricia O’Brien is the Executive Director of Hebrew SeniorLife’s Home Care which is located on the Orchard Cove campus.

Patricia has dedicated most of her professional career to the field of home care. “I love home care,” says Patricia, “because it allows seniors to remain in their homes with a sense of independence and dignity.” Patricia, who holds Master’s Degrees in both Nursing and Business Administration, is currently the President of the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts, a trade organization representing 170 home care providers.

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