602-535-0610 intake@assisteo.us


We specialize in the following:

Skilled Nursing

  • Wound Care Specialist
  • Diabetic Program
  • Cardiac Care
  • PT/INR Checks for Coagulation
  • Tracheotomy & Ostomy Care
  • IV Therapy
  • Medication Management

Speech Therapy

  • Swallowing Evaluation
  • Cognitive Foundation
  • Language Disorders
  • Cogitative Training

Physical Therapy

  • Orthopedic Specialty
  • Balance & Mobility Retraining
  • Fall Prevention
  • Home Safety Evaluations

Medical Social Worker

  • Community Social Worker
  • Long Term Planning /Placement Assistance

Home Health Aide

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Grooming Assistance

Occupational Therapy

  • Energy Conservation
  • Training in Activities of Daily Living
  • Home Modification Recommendations

Registered Dietician

  • Diabetic Meal Selections
  • Weight Loss Support
  • Diagnosis Specific Nutritional Recommendations

Medicare Qualifications for Home Health

To qualify for the Medicare home health benefit, a Medicare beneficiary must meet the following requirements:

For a patient to be eligible to receive covered home health services under both Part A and Part B, the law requires that a physician certify in all cases that the patient is confined to his/her home.

For purposes of the statute, an individual shall be considered “confined to the home” (homebound) if the following two criteria are met:

The patient must either:
– Because of illness or injury, need the aid of supportive devices such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and walkers; the use of special transportation; or the assistance of another person in order to leave their place of residence
– Have a condition such that leaving his or her home is medically contraindicated. If the patient meets one of the Criteria-One conditions, then the patient must ALSO meet two additional requirements defined in Criteria-Two below.
– There must exist a normal inability to leave home;
– Leaving home must require a considerable and taxing effort.
Also to qualify:
Be confined to the home;

  • Under the care of a physician;
  • Receiving services under a plan of care established and periodically reviewed by a physician;
  • Be in need of skilled nursing care on an intermittent basis or physical therapy or speech-language pathology; or
  • Have a continuing need for occupational therapy.

For More Information

Read more: Medicare.gov


Qualifying for Home Health