Home Health Care

Community Health at Home provides treatment and assistance to patients who are recuperating, chronically ill, or disabled - in the comfort of their own home. Our home care services include specialty programs, prevention and health maintenance on a short-term and long-term basis, and a wide array of services from high-technology nursing to basic home health aide care.

Our highly-trained, skilled home care staff is committed to providing exceptional care in your home. Working directly with our patients’ physicians, our home care team plans, coordinates and provides care tailored to every person they serve. We provide a unique blend of excellent patient care and support along with the highest level of customer service.

Home care services include:

  • Skilled nursing
  • Therapy: Occupational, physical and speech therapy
  • Medical social workers
  • Home health aides
  • Chronic care management programs
  • Telehealth

Our home care services are available in Boone, Hamilton, Madison, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, and Johnson counties. We provide the care and services you need to recover, all in the comfort of your home. If you or your loved one feel home care services would be helpful, contact your physician or call Community Health at Home for more information.

8034 Castleway Ct. W, Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46250
Phone: 317-841-5000
Fax: 317-570-1163

Specialty Services

In addition to skilled nursing, therapy and personal care services, Community Health at Home offers a number of specialty home care programs and services to help patients, their families, physicians and hospitals manage a variety of diseases and conditions in their home setting through qualified and compassionate care.

Chronic Care Management Programs

  • Balance CareLink: This a comprehensive chronic care management program to provide a consistent, therapeutic plan offering evidenced-based best practice interventions for fall prevention and injury reduction. Through early detection and treatment, falls and injury can be avoided. This program is designed to assist the patient, family and caregiver in identifying fall risk factors and teach them techniques to prevent pain and suffering that occur with falls.
  • Behavioral Health CareLink: This program is for patients receiving care at home for a primary medical diagnosis who are also experiencing secondary symptoms of anxiety, depression, delirium, or dementia including Alzheimer’s disease. The Behavioral Health CareLink provides a comprehensive approach to patient care incorporating the importance of behavioral health as much as physical health. With early detection and treatment of anxiety, depression, delirium, and dementia, healing and recovery from a physician illness or injury will be positively impacted. Placing an importance on behavioral health needs through early identification and treatment, a patient’s psychosocial and emotional needs can be met positively impacting health outcomes, satisfaction, and hospitalization rates.
  • Cardio CareLink: This program was developed to empower and assist the patient and caregiver in managing the disease process in the home setting while improving the overall quality of life. We monitor patients throughout treatment and, when appropriate, utilize telehealth to improve care. This system allows you to send your vital sign data daily and provides us the up-to-date information about your condition that we need.
  • Diabetic CareLink: Designed for both Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2, this program assists the patient, your caregiver, and your multidisciplinary health care team through the use of evidence-based guidelines and standards of care. Services include a multi-disciplinary approach to care and identification of community resources to provide support for you.
  • Ortho CareLink: This is a comprehensive program to provide a consistent, therapeutic plan for recovery and rehabilitation following total joint replacement or other orthopedic surgery. It includes comprehensive therapy schedule, physician specific care protocols, a trained and dedicated clinical team, and patient education – with a focus on continuity of care across the continuum.
  • Pulmonary CareLink: This is a home care program for patients suffering from chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) and pneumonia. The program includes multiple disciplines such as skilled nursing, therapy services, social services, and home health aides to optimize functional status and quality of life, and we tailor the frequency of visits to the individual patient’s risk, symptoms, and severity of a disease.

If you or your loved one feel home care services would be helpful, contact your physician or call Community Health at Home for more information at 317-841-5000.