With focused sensitivity to cultural and language barriers, economic and health beliefs of Native Americans, our caregivers are able to provide quality home health care services, delivering it with increased awareness and perspective.
We consult with our clients' physicians, social workers, hospitals, other providers and families to develop and individualized plan of care. We also handle all the necessary paperwork and eligibility requirements, working with providers, insurers and government agencies as needed to establish and maintain each client's services. If your loved one is a member of a tribe or band, we will seek out services or financial assistance offered through their reservation. We accept medical coverages from various payer sources, including Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, public/government programs, county waivers and several HMO's.
Professional, Caring Home Health Care, Dementia Treatment & More
When it comes to selecting home healthcare, it’s comforting to know that our professionals can provide a diverse range of care and treatment services, conveniently offered in the environment where your elder loved one feels most comfortable. Our highly skilled, culturally-competent team of caregivers can assist Native American seniors recovering from an illness or injury with our skilled services, while our comprehensive Alzheimer’s Whisperer program provides the care and treatment needed by those affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia. First Nations Home Health also offers behavioral nursing for homebound adults who need short-term intermittent home health care. Private duty nursing is available to assist with medications, checking blood sugar and other complex medical needs that come along with conditions so prevalent in the Native American population such as diabetes. Our culturally competent nurses, therapists and home health aides can make receiving care at home in Duluth, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Bemidji, or on various reservation not only possible, but a great choice.