Community Health Choices & UPMC Health Plan Provider
Community Health Choices & UPMC Health Plan Provider

Home Health

As a PA Licensed Home Health Agency 123 PHHC, provides a wide range of health care services in the home for an illness or injury. 

123 PHHC's specialized skilled nursing services include:

  • Private Duty Nursing
  • General Nursing Services
  • Wound Care Treatment and Management
  • Pediatric Intensive Care
  • IV Infusion Therapy
  • Chemotherapy Infusion Therapy
  • Mediport Access and De access
  • Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Line Maintenance
  • Vascular Access Care & Maintenance
  • Central Venous Catheter Therapy
  • Investigative Oncology Treatments
  • Patient Case Management

The 123 PHHC nursing staff is also capable of providing:

  • Acute care
  • Ambulatory care
  • Nutritional and health education
  • Health counseling
  • Physical, speech, and occupational therapy and socialization
  • Amputation care
  • Bed rest care
  • Bladder care and interventions
  • Bowel care
  • Bowel incontinence care
  • Cardiac care
  • Cast care
  • Cesarean section care
  • Continuing care
  • Newborn umbilical cord care
  • Critical intensive care
  • Developmental care
  • Hospice care
  • Episodic care
  • Eye care
  • Family-centered maternity care
  • Foot care
  • High-risk pregnancy care
  • Incision site care
  • Direct and indirect care
  • Infant care
  • Managed care
  • Mouth care see mouth care
  • Nail care
  • Newborn care
  • Ostomy care
  • Palliative supportive care
  • Perineal care
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter care
  • Post anesthesia care
  • Post operative care
  • Postpartal care
  • Pregnancy termination care
  • Prenatal care
  • Preoperative care
  • Preventive care
  • Prosthesis care
  • Respiratory care
  • Sickness/injury care
  • Skin care
  • Subacute care
  • Supportive care.
  • Traction/immobilization care
  • Tube care
  • Urinary incontinence care

 

Private Duty Nursing

Private care services help you or your loved one in continuing to live safely and independently at home. Private care can work in addition to existing home health services, hospice, and care at assisted living or senior care facilities.

Our traveling nurses, physical, speech and occupational therapists, medical social workers, dietitians, and other health care professionals work closely with physicians to deliver exceptional, comprehensive home health care.

Examples of patients receiving home health care include those who are homebound and who have, or have had:

  • A recent hospitalization
  • Outpatient surgery
  • A temporary or long-term disability
  • A chronic illness
  • The problems of aging
  • Special needs

With the help of your doctor, we'll tailor our service to your needs. Our outstanding staff, who are available to assist you, include:

  • Registered Nurses
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Home Health Aides
  • Home Infusion Therapy Specialists
  • Maternal and Child Nurses

 

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy can benefit people with a wide range of disorders. People most commonly seek behavioral therapy to treat:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • panic disorders
  • anger issues

It can also help treat conditions and disorders such as:

  • eating disorders
  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • bipolar disorder
  • ADHD
  • phobias, including social phobias
  • obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • self-harm
  • substance abuse

There are a number of different types of behavioral therapy:

 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy is extremely popular. It combines behavioral therapy with cognitive therapy. Treatment is centered on how someone’s thoughts and beliefs influence their actions and moods. It often focuses on a person’s current problems and how to solve them. The long-term goal is to change a person’s thinking and behavioral patterns to healthier ones.

 

System Desensitization

System desensitization relies heavily on classical conditioning. It’s often used to treat phobias. People are taught to replace a fear response to a phobia with relaxation responses. A person is first taught relaxation and breathing techniques. Once mastered, the therapist will slowly expose them to their fear in heightened doses while they practice these techniques.

 

Aversion Therapy

Aversion therapy is often used to treat problems such as substance abuse and alcoholism. It works by teaching people to associate a stimulus that’s desirable but unhealthy with an extremely unpleasant stimulus. The unpleasant stimulus may be something that causes discomfort. For example, a therapist may teach you to associate alcohol with an unpleasant memory.

 

Behavioral Therapy for Children

Applied behavior therapy and play therapy are both used for children. Treatment involves teaching children different methods of responding to situations more positively. A central part of this therapy is rewarding positive behavior and punishing negative behavior. Parents must help to reinforce this in the child’s day-to-day life. It may take children some time to trust their counselor. This is normal. They’ll eventually warm up to them if they feel they can express themselves without consequences. Children with autism and ADHD often benefit from behavioral therapy.

 

Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy

Cognitive behavioral play therapy is commonly used with children. By watching children play, therapists are able to gain insight into what a child is uncomfortable expressing or unable to express. Children may be able to choose their own toys and play freely. They might be asked to draw a picture or use toys to create scenes in a sandbox. Therapists may teach parents how to use play to improve communication with their children.

Is behavioral therapy effective?

Behavioral therapy has successfully been used to treat a large number of conditions. It’s considered to be extremely effective.

About 75 percent of people who enter cognitive behavioral therapy experience some benefits from treatment.

One study found that cognitive behavioral therapy is most effective when treating:

  • anxiety disorders
  • general stress
  • bulimia
  • anger control problems
  • somatoform disorders
  • depression
  • substance abuse

Studies have shown that play therapy is very effective in children ages 3 to 12. However, this therapy is increasingly being used in people of all ages.

 

Your physician will help decide if home health care is right for you. A 123 PHHC nurse will work closely with you and your doctor to choose the services that meet your specific needs.

Anyone may call us when home health care services are needed. We will coordinate your care with your physician.

For more information on how to apply for application for Home Health services, please contact us to discuss your situation.

Contact Us Today!

123 PHHC
6309 Hallwood Drive
Verona, Pennsylvania 15147


412 377-9102 412 377-9102

inquiry@123phhc.com

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