Every day at Covenant Home Health Care we receive questions from patients and families just like you who are seeking guidance and information to help make decisions they feel confident about regarding home health care services. For your convenience, we have compiled the most important educational and support services to assist you.
If you are ready to transition to home with home health care from a hospital or other facility, discover what you need to know for a smooth transition.
To learn about other services available in the communities we serve, check out our care resource page:
Considering home health care? Download our FREE Transition to Home Health Care Considerations tip sheet!
If you are seeking medical, care giving, or senior care information, please consult our care source links below.
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
AARP is a membership organization leading positive social change and delivering value to people age 50 and over through information, advocacy and service.
The Alzheimer's Association provides information for caring for someone with Alzheimer’s.
American Society on Aging
The American Society on Aging (ASA) is an association of diverse individuals that supports the commitment and enhances the knowledge and skills of those who seek to improve the quality of life of older adults and their families.
A complete resource for the caregiver, offering advice, support, ideas, and an understanding community.
An informative web site offering ways to cope with caregiver stress.
Healthfinder is a helpful guide to healthy living, including personal health tools, medical literature, and health news.
Lifeline is the most trusted medical alert service provider. Just by pressing a button, you or your loved one is quickly connected with a highly trained Lifeline Personal Response Associate--24 hours a day.
Medicare is a program offered by the government to meet certain health care needs. At this web site, you will find a wealth of information about health and drug plans, facilities and doctors, eligibility, coverage, and much more.
National Association for Home Care and Hospice
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
NAELA is a non-profit organization that represents lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with the elderly and their families. NAELA serves the legal needs of people to enhance their life as they age.
National Council on Aging
The motto of the National Council on Aging is “Improving the lives of older Americans,” and they do this by providing information for their economic security, health concerns, independence and dignity, and community strength.
National Family Caregivers Association
The National Family Caregivers Association (NFCA) educates, supports, empowers and speaks up for the more than 50 million Americans who care for loved ones with a chronic illness or disability or the frailties of old age.
National Senior Citizens Law Center
The National Senior Citizens Law Center advocates before the courts, Congress and federal agencies to promote the independence and well-being of low-income elderly and disabled Americans.
Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice
Resources for Seniors
Resources for Seniors serves senior and disabled adults by providing services and information so they can maximize their choices for independence, comfort, safety, security and well-being.
TheCaringSpace offers members customized search options, ease-of-use, and a rich library of senior care resources for both caregivers and careseekers. Ultimately, TheCaringSpace is “about” you: the community of caregivers, careseekers, senior care experts, and care organizations.
WebMD is a comprehensive guide to all things health-related, containing a symptom-checker, medical search engine, condition repertoire, dieting, exercise, drug advice, and much more.
West Virginia Council of Home Care Agencies Inc.