WELCOME TO OHMAN FAMILY LIVING AT HOME
Healthcare That Begins at Home
Wellness and safety lead to great independence. That’s why we created a progressive, collaborative approach to help ensure you transition home safely. Whether you have a physician’s order for short-term therapy in a skilled setting, or are interested in assessing your home for risks associated with continued safety, we have the expertise to provide multiple levels of care, all while reducing stress on patients and their families.
All that we do—from in-home consults to the care that we provide—is underscored by our desire to keep your loved one safe in the environment where they can thrive.
OUR PATIENT-DRIVEN APPROACH
Skilled Care in the Comfort of Your Home
Our collaborative and interdisciplinary approach ensures safe and effective transitions to the next level of care. Whether you’re in need of physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy, you will find we have what is necessary to help you thrive at home through our comprehensive, patient-driven model. This expands our full continuum of care, making your healing and care hassle-free.
WHICH OPTION IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Home Healthcare or Non-Medical Companion Care
Skilled Home Healthcare
- Medication Management
- Chronic Disease Management
- Tracheostomy & Wound Care
- Home Safety Options
- Clinicians Available 24/7
- Personal Care
- Transportation & Errands
- Meal Preparation
- Entertainment Room
CARING FOR FAMILIES STARTS WITH CARING FOR OUR OWN
Second-Generation Commitment, Next Generation Care
“Having had a loved one receive home healthcare, I know from my own experience that families should seek home healthcare that prioritizes safety, has a trustworthy reputation and approach, and has your best interests at heart.”
RECOVERING WELLNESS AT HOME
What Our Families Say
“Physical therapy was intense. But the physical therapist I had was absolutely wonderful. If it wasn’t for Kelsey, I wouldn’t be where I am today. Kelsey really worked with me; she was so encouraging. She’d remind me, ‘This isn’t going to go on forever. But this is what you have to do.’ Then she’d clap whenever I made it to the end of a walk or an exercise. Encouragement like that made all the difference.”