If all the information is complete on the enrollment form and the required documents are received (discharge papers from hospital, Power of Attorney papers, medication list, nurse assessment, etc.), then the process goes very quickly and can often be put in place in the same day.
All of our residents keep their Primary Care Provider. They can choose to use our on-call visiting physician if it is more beneficial for them.
MY AFH works to provide 24/7 care for your loved one. This includes housing, meals, medication management, healthcare needs, physical activities, hair, nail, and podiatry needs and many of the other basic in-home needs. We have caregivers on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Yes. MY AFH works closely with the registered nurses and other ancillary staff from Hospice to help provide a well-rounded continuum of care for our residents.
MY AFH has specialized homes to accommodate all levels of care. We have homes that specialize in behavioral management and bariatric care. These homes are designed to help keep costs down for our residents. We also specialize in diabetes, feeding tubes, medication management, and all forms of dementia and mental health.
MY AFH homes offer physical, occupational and speech therapy, geropsychiatry, home doctor, and end-of-life hospice service. We also provide move-in services, transportation, pharmaceutical delivery, and medical devices.
At MY AFH, we honor the original contract to provide care as long as a resident is with us. Our policy includes a 24-month private pay or any other agreed upon payment structure. There is no need to worry about needing to move your loved one again.
Many families feel that their only recourse for unheard concerns is to contact Adult Protective Services. MY AFH prides itself on customer service. Advocating for the resident and family for all of their needs and concerns are of utmost importance. Dealing with a provider and staff can be very uncomfortable and MY AFH helps mediate any concerns. Peace of mind is our ultimate goal.