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Skilled Home Health Services

Home-Health A wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).Our nurses are trained and experienced in providing the following services in a variety of settings – including your very own home:

Our Full Continuum of Skilled Care services

  • Care for Patients with Heart Failure Tendencies
  • Vital Signs Monitoring
  • Disease Management and Symptom Control
  • Incontinence Management
  • Rehabilitative Therapy
  • Medication Therapy Management
  • Injections
  • Therapeutic Anti-Coagulation
  • Pain Relief / Pain Management
  • Fall Risk Reduction
  • GI Tube Feeding Assistance
  • Ostomy Care / Stoma Management
  • Family-Patient Health Teaching
  • Dressing Changes
  • Wound VAC Therapy
  • Catheter Care and Management
  • Surgical Aftercare
  • Cardiovascular Disorder Care
Whether you need complex care, intermittent care or basic personal care assistance, our nurses are ready to take on the task. Please call Seniors Home Health at 817-385-8888 for further inquiries.
Our Physical Therapy program is composed of training, exercises and assessments that focus on the mobility of the client. We provide services that enhance the musculoskeletal functions through::

  • Orthotics Training
  • Minimizing Fall Risk for the Patient
  • Developing a Home Exercise Programs for Patient
  • Flexibility Training
  • Energy Conservation Training
  • Relearning Self-Care Skills
  • Training with Body Mechanics
  • Balance / Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Post-Surgery Therapy
  • Physical Therapy for Children
  • Management of Primary Lymphedema
  • Cardiopulmonary Care
  • Orthopedic Therapy
  • Geriatric Therapy
  • Mobility Assistive Devices Training and Education
  • Strength Training
  • Aerobic Exercises
  • Muscle Function Rehabilitation
  • Athletic Training or Rehabilitation
We provide physical therapy in the client’s home. If this arrangement is what you’re looking for in a rehabilitation program for your injury or disability, please call Seniors Home Health at 817-385-8888.
Speech Therapists and Language Pathologists from Seniors Home Health will be tasked with the assessment and enhancement of your communication skills. We treat individuals who survived a stroke as well as children who show signs of developmental delays. These are possible inclusions of the Speech Therapy program:.
  • Dysphagia Treatment (Difficulty in Swallowing)
  • Assessment and Recommendation for Learning Disabilities
  • Articulation and Pronunciation Exercises
  • Treatment Involuntary Stuttering
  • Reducing Expressive Language Delays
  • Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
  • Treatment for Down Syndrome
  • Evaluation and Individualized Treatment
  • Minimizing Fluency Difficulties
  • Treatment for Cerebral Palsy
  • Adaptive Speech Devices Training
  • Assessment and Treatment of Dysarthria
  • Reducing Phonological Delays
  • Treatment for Hypernasality
  • Slurred Speech / Stroke Survivors Treatment
  • In-Home Therapy Sessions
  • Training for Eating and Swallowing Strategies
For an assessment of your Speech Therapy needs, please call 817-385-8888 to speak to a care coordinator from Seniors Home Health.
private-duty Private duty nursing is the care of clients by nurses, whether an RN or LPN/LVN. Private duty home care refers to one-on-one care that is paid for by a private payer source such as an insurance agency, individual or managed care organization.
Private Duty Personal Assistant Services which include:
  • Hygiene Assistance*
  • Meal Preparation/Diet monitoring
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Errands and Shopping
  • Joyful Companionship
  • Respite Care for Family Caregivers
  • Care is Available Mornings, Mid-Day and Evenings
  • Temporary or Long Term Care is Available
  • Weekends and Holiday Care is Available
  • 24 Hour Care Available
child-care We offer flexible sick-day childcare and sitter services and pediatric homecare, including a wide range of child home healthcare services, for children with special needs. Our clinical caregivers are experts in well-baby and newborn care. Offering We offer flexible sick-day childcare and sitter services and pediatric homecare, including a wide range of child home healthcare services, for children with special needs. Our clinical caregivers are experts in well-baby and newborn care. Sevices include:
  • Skilled Nursing Services
  • Skilled nursing services in the home are typically provided if your child has been discharged from the hospital, but still requires care from a healthcare professionals.
  • We provide skilled nursing visits in the home for patients with a broad range of medical needs.
  • Skilled nursing services include, but are not limited to:
  • Teaching (these visits are ordered for a variety of reasons ranging from feedings, colostomy care, tracheostomy care, IV infusion therapy, etc.)
  • Central Line care
  • Weight checks
  • IV therapy
  • Wound Care
  • Pre and Post-operative care
  • Catheter care/change
  • Diabetic care
  • Lab draws/injections
  • Medication administration
  • Personal Care Services
  • Personal Care Services (PCS) is a Medicaid benefit that helps clients with everyday tasks. These tasks are called activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental
  • activities of daily living (IADLs).
  • Examples of ADLs
  • Bathing
  • Eating
  • Going to the toilet
  • Walking
  • Examples of IADLs
  • Laundry
  • Light housework
  • Fixing meals
  • Attendant Care Services
  • Attendants are unlicensed personnel that provide basic care for medically fragile children at home and may perform many tasks of daily living. With this option a family may have another family member or friend available to care for children at home with special needs. The Attendant reports to the RN Case Manager.
  • Attendant Services Include:
  • Light Housekeeping & Laundry
  • Protective Supervision
  • Reports emergencies to the proper authorities (911) immediately
  • Reports Safety & Fire Hazards
  • Shopping & Errands
  • Meal Planning & Preparation
  • Assists supervisor in monitoring client psychosocial, mental and physical status and reports any significant client changes.
As our way of supporting you in your recovery, Seniors Home Health offers Medical Social Services. This program benefits the client and family members by providing them with access to community resources, counseling and other supportive services.
Medical Social Workers will help patients adjust to lifestyle changes and deal with health challenges through::

  • Hospital Discharge Assistance
  • Rehabilitation Guidance and Support
  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Parenting Advice
  • Bereavement Support
Seniors Home Health has the advanced technology and skilled medical professionals to provide Cardiac Pulmonary Care to elderly and disabled patients. Every person’s heart and lung conditions are highly important that’s why we put an equally critical effort and quality in our services concerning these two vital organs.

We cater every need your health requires beginning from diagnosis up to your specific treatment program. Electrocardiograms or EKGs, echocardiography, Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs), systemic arterial blood gas analysis, and pulse oximetry are among the necessary assessments needed to determine one’s condition and therapy course.

Having issues with the heart and lungs could affect one’s lifestyle. But it does not always have to come down to a less enjoyable one as long as you have the proper rehabilitation plan. For a personalized Cardiac Pulmonary Care plan, please call Seniors Home Health at 817-385-8888 .

Having a tracheotomy requires a truly sanitary, gentle, and skilled care. Seniors Home Health provides the most careful care for individuals with a tracheotomy. It is very important that the tube is clean. And there are certain precautionary measures to be taken in case the tube gets clogged, or when the patient coughs. There are some things a person in this condition cannot do. And even the basic activities like taking a shower, and eating needs special attention. Complex as it may seem, having a tracheotomy should not worry you a lot because our nurses at Seniors Home Health will take care of you step by step to keep you healthy and safely recovering in your home. For inquiries about this service, please call 817-385-8888
holder Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common form of dementia, is a degenerative condition that involves progressive brain cell failure. Alzheimer’s is often characterized by difficulty remembering, thinking and using language. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, an individual may experience lapses in memory and trouble finding the right words. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, symptoms may also include, but are not limited to:

  • Memory loss that affects day-to-day function
  • Difficulty performing familiar tasks
  • Problems with language
  • Disorientation of time and place
  • Poor or decreased judgment
  • Problems with abstract thinking
  • Misplacing things
  • Changes in mood or behavior
  • Changes in personality
  • Loss of initiative
Clearly, self-care by the patient with a catheter is almost impossible and having it taken care of by a loved one can be quite risky without the proper training. Catheter care requires skill and experience. . Sevices include:
  • Always wash and sanitize hands before and after handling catheter.
  • Check if the urine is flowing into the urine bag.
  • Check if tubes are not intertwined.
  • Keep the urine bag below bladder level.
  • Take off the drain spout from its sleeve at the bottom of the collection bag and then open the valve on the spout and allow the urine to ooze out from the urine bag.
  • Remember to never let the tube or drain spout get into contact with anything.
  • Wipe off any fluids at the tip of the drain spout, close the valve and put the drain spout back into the sleeve.
  • When taking care of an individual with catheter, it is important to also:
  • Check for any signs of infection in the catheter area such as inflammations, pus, rashes, and the like
  • Clean with soap and water the catheter area twice a day every day and pat it dry with a clean towel
  • Not to apply anything to the skin close to the catheter area such as powder, lotion, creams, etc
  • Be careful not to tug or pull on the catheter
In no time, you will be without a catheter but it is very crucial that while you are on it, you are taken care of properly to avoid further health problems. Our nurses will take care of you at home! Call Seniors Home Health now at 817-385-8888 for assistance or inquiries.

Companion & Personal Care Services

compassion Our companion care services include comprehensive, around-the-clock support for anyone – of any age – who needs it. Whether it’s providing home support by helping with laundry, light housekeeping and meal planning and cooking, our caregivers are willing to give more of themselves to their work. Seniors Home Healthcare care professionals can also provide outside support, like helping with shopping and errands, adult and senior transportation to and from doctor appointments and social events in addition to providing travel companionship and more.
Our caregivers provide assistance with activities of daily living such as:

  • Bathing and getting dressed
  • Grocery shopping and running errands
  • Nutritious meal preparation encouraging a healthy diet
  • Driving our clients to medical appointments or social events
  • Laundry and light housekeeping to help maintain the home
  • Medication reminders and making sure they follow physician instructions
  • Help walking and transfers to and from the wheel chair to avoid falls
  • Keeping the family informed with status reports
personal-care Assistance in dressing, grooming, etc., provided to elderly, disabled, or other persons who are unable to care for themselves. - those necessary to function the client's chosen environment.
Whether it’s hygiene care or personal safety home evaluations to prevent unnecessary accidents, we will send in a compassionate, knowledgeable care professional who will strive to give you more – more convenience, more security, more hope. Just let us know how we can help Personal care services (non-medical services in your home)
These services include help with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as:

  • bathing
  • dressing
  • eating
  • getting out of bed
  • walking
  • using the bathroom
  • light housekeeping (dusting, vacuuming, bed making)
  • grocery shopping
  • meal preparation
  • laundry

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About Us


Our Standards

With Seniors Home Health, you can always expect A High Standard of Care. Our Professional Care Team, led by a Registered Nurse Director of Nursing and Alternate director of Nursing, delivers expert, compassionate, and personal care
Our Care Experts are ready to serve 24/7 and Seniors Home Health combines industry-leading screening, training, and oversight practices.



Our Caregivers

It is our mission to make sure our clients feel comfortable and live their best. A big part of what we do to deliver that comfort and peace of mind is in our process for recruiting, screening, onboarding and retaining our care professionals. From hiring and training to continuing education and beyond, we take great care in ensuring we have some of the best caregivers in the industry.



Our Quality

Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of those entrusted to our care. From our industry-leading employment standards to RN oversight on every Plan of Care, Seniors Home Health is committed to the highest levels of quality and support.
Just another way we’re Making More Possible for the families we serve. Let us know how we can help.



Client Testimonials

Each of our clients has a story to share. The care we provide is highly individualized, driven by a comprehensive plan of care based on the unique needs of the client and their family. From adult nursing services and pediatric homecare to medical and non-medical eldercare, no two stories are exactly the same.
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Current Payer List (Insurance)


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(Patients with in/out of network benefits)


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Molina Advantage

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Modern Medical

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( All Patients with Private pay )


Procura Management

(All Patients with in network benefits)


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Texas Medicaid

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( Blue Cross Blue Shields )


( Texas Children's Health Plans )


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We accepts patients with out of network benefits (Most insurance).
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***Positions Available: Seniors Home Health***

Every Seniors Home Health employee is here because, to them, caring is more than just a job – it’s a way of life. That’s why, for each employee, from RNs and CNAs to LPNs, home health aides, caregivers and other care professionals, we are dedicated to providing opportunity for more – more flexibility, more security, more success. If you’re looking for more out of your career, your journey begins here in Seniors Home Health Career Center. Search and apply for openings. Healthcare is not simply a career, it’s a calling. We’ll be here when you’re ready to answer it.

We Are Hiring!!.

Seniors Home Health is looking for people with Talent and Ambition. This is a great opportunity to start a career in a company that offers top wages + paid off days, benefits, great bonus program.

How to Apply:

Fill Our Online Application
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Office: 817-385-8888 | Fax: 1-877-504-7060 | On-Call: 817-448-2680
Drop in at:
700 Highlander BLVD Suite 402
Arlington, Texas 76015

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Registered Nurse Job Description:

Registered nurses (RN) are primary health care professional working in collaboration with physicians to provide patients with care, education, and support. They are responsible for assessing patients’ health problems and needs, educating patients on their illness and condition, developing and implementing patient care plans, helping in rehabilitation, and providing emotional support to patients’ families. They also in charge of coordinating and assigning duties to other health care personnel, such as licensed practical nurses, home care aides, nursing aides, and orderlies. Owing to the important nature of their jobs, they are required to have at least an Associate’s Degree in nursing before they can practice. Their job description depends somewhat on the establishments that employ them.

The typical registered nurse carry out the follow job duties:
  • Record and analyze patient medical histories, symptoms, and conditions
  • Administer medications and treatments
  • Create patient care plans with the help of other healthcare professionals
  • Document and communicate actions to maintain continuity among the nursing team
  • Comply with procedures, regulations, and rules in maintaining medical records
  • Perform diagnostic tests on patients to assess their condition
  • Discuss treatment with physicians and pharmacists
  • Prepare patients for examinations and treatments
  • Teach patients and their families about the treatment

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The main duties of LVNs are to implement, and evaluate care for clients under their jurisdiction. They provide care to patients at a very personal level and have direct contact with patients on a daily basis. LVNs’ scope of practice varies from state to state. States like Texas and Oklahoma allow LVNs to do almost as much as a registered nurse, such as initiating intravenous starts and administering intravenous medications; other states like New York and California have strict limits on LVN duties. However, LVNs are not allowed to assist in surgical procedures nor they can give anesthesia to patients. These tasks are usually reserved for registered nurses or APNs. In most states, LVNs are required to work under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician or another health care practitioner. In rare occasions, an LVN can be the only licensed nurse present in a facility. They are responsible for the supervision of nursing assistants, attendants, and orderlies.

LVNs in all states perform the following job duties:
  • Provide bedside care to patients including personal hygiene maintenance
  • Record the patients’ vital signs (including blood pressure, pulse, and respiratory rate)
  • Collect patient’s health information
  • Relay information between patients, registered nurses, and physicians
  • Give oral medications and injections to patients (in permitted states)
  • Test a patient’s blood sugar levels
  • Urinary catheter insertion and care
  • Wound care and dressing changes
  • Ostomy site care and maintenance
  • Assist patients with personal hygiene
  • Monitor for changes in patients
  • Proper charting, documentation, and maintenance of patient’s medical records

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Home Health Aide Job Responsibilities: Enables patients to stay in their homes by monitoring and recording patient condition; providing support and personal services; teaching families.

Home Health Aide Job Duties:

  • Monitors patient condition by observing physical and mental condition, intake and output, and exercise.
  • Supports patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food and other household requirements; preparing and serving meals and snacks; running errands.
  • Assists patients by providing personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Helps patients care for themselves by teaching use of cane or walker, special utensils to eat, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Helps family members care for the patient by teaching appropriate ways to lift, turn, and re-position the patient; advising on nutrition, cleanliness, and housekeeping.
  • Records patient information by making entries in the patient journal; notifying nursing supervisor of changing or unusual conditions.
  • Maintains a safe, secure, and healthy patient environment by following asepses standards and procedures; maintaining security precautions; following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards;
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.
  • Protects the home care agency by adhering to professional standards, home care policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements.
  • Enhances service reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
Home Health Aide Skills and Qualifications:

Creating a Safe, Effective Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Nursing Skills, Health Care Administration, Patient Services, Verbal Communication, Listening, Training , Dependability, Emotional Control, Medical Teamwork

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Our Coverage Areas

With the ever growing demand of our exeptional care and services, Seniors Home Health continues to expand its coverage area. Seniors Home Health is Located in Arlington, TX in Tarrant County. The map provides you with a visual guide to the areas where we currently offer our services.


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At Seniors Home Health, we understand that families looking for care don’t always know what to expect and, when it comes to our loved ones, their health and wellbeing, that can be scary. That’s why, for those entrusted to our care, we strive to make our process as clear and seamless from start to finish.

With Seniors Home Health, you can always expect A Higher Standard of Care. Our Professional Care Team, led by a Registered Nurse Director of Nursing, delivers expert, compassionate, and personal care.

Our Care Experts are ready to serve 24/7 and only Seniors Home Health combines industry-leading screening, training, and oversight practices.
Chap Accreditation & Client Satisfaction are testaments to unmatched care standards validated through Chap Accreditation and recently DAD's Accreditation.

The Seniors Home Health Experience


Our people are our greatest asset. Every Seniors Home Health employee is here because, to them, caring is more than just a job — it’s a way of life. Helping people is their passion. It’s what makes them truly shine. Because they know that, every day, they make a real difference by delivering upon our promise of providing A Higher Standard of Care.

Quality Care Starts Here

It is our mission to make sure our clients feel comfortable and live their best. A big part of what we do to deliver that comfort and peace of mind is in our process for recruiting, screening, onboarding and retaining our care professionals. From hiring and training to continuing education and beyond, we take great care in ensuring we have some of the best caregivers in the industry, ready to deliver care and support that is truly worthy of the clients we serve. To learn more about our caregiver screening practices, click here.

So Much More than A Job

Healthcare is not simply a career. It’s a calling. We become a part of our clients’ lives. We provide the highest quality care to people when they are most vulnerable and need our help. We understand this and that’s why we have amongst the highest hiring standards and our caregivers are amongst the best in the entire industry. Learn more about how we recognize caregiver excellence each and every year through our Caregiver of the Year program.


Seniors Home Health’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of those entrusted to our care. From our industry-leading employment standards to RN oversight on every Plan of Care, Seniors Home Health is committed to the highest levels of quality and support. Let us know how we can help with the following.

  • Live-In or Hourly Care
  • Transportation
  • Bathing & Dressing
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Prep
  • Companionship
  • Dementia Care
  • In-Home Blood Draws
  • Medication Set-Ups & Reminders
  • Respite Care
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Licensed, Bonded & Insured
  • And Much More!
Preventing Hospital Readmissions

From infection control training to our home safety assessments, Seniors Home Health’s quality clinical processes keep clients safe in their homes and help prevent hospital readmissions.