Let our experienced health care team help you and your family focus on spending time with your loved one while we care for them. Our professional home health care services let you maintain independence while getting the care and support you need.

Professional Home Health Care

With J&J Home Care, Inc. we provide a broad range of community and home health services to persons of all ages. Services may include: Skilled nursing, home health aides, physical, occupation and speech therapy. 

Companion Care

Companion care is one of our most frequently requested services. When a non-medical caregiver provides in home companionship care, a trusted companion can keep your loved one socially engaged at home, and also accompany them to visit friends, family and other social events. 


The Companion care is also know as the Personal Care option through Medicaid Centennial and is designed to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities and health conditions, to prevent them from entering nursing facilities. Personal Care Attendants provide a range of in-home services that enable individuals to live in their own homes and achieve the highest level of independence possible. 

Do I Qualify?

How do I Qualify for Home Health?  

  • Medical necessity for the skilled services of a nurse or therapist 
  • Care must be intermittent, medically necessary
  • Physician’s order 
  • Meet Medicare’s definition of homebound status (leaving home requires a taxing effort) 

What is Home Health Care?

Home Health, in its simplest definition, is care provided to individuals at home usually for long-term illnesses, temporary help after hospitalization or rehabilitation. The care provided typically consists of part time or intermittent skilled care which may include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Additional services such as those of a Home Health Aide may be provided. Oftentimes patients who receive Home Health services are homebound. The goal of Home Health Care is to treat an illness or injury such that the patient is able to regain their independence as best as possible. Some examples of skilled Home Health services might include:

  • Speech Therapy 
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy 
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Wound care 
  • Injections 
  • Monitoring and on-going treatment regime associated with a serious illness or unstable health status 
  • Patient & caregiver education