We return your calls. We listen to your concerns. We’ve been providing great home care since 1999, and we know what works.We provide extended-hours nursing for medically fragile children, teens, and adults who live with their families in the Twin Cities metro area. We are different from other agencies. We pioneered the family-centered home care approach over 15 years ago, and our clients love it! Working with Communities of Care is so different than working with other agencies. You take the time to listen, understand, and resolve our issues. We work together as a team.
Do you have what it takes to be a Communities of Care nurse? We love to work with caring, professional nurses who want to make a difference for their clients. I know a lot of other things in life too, like Shakespeare, where to sit to see a great sunset over a lake, how to keep myself healthy, how to read a profit/loss statement and state statutes, when to use a comma, and that gratitude is one of the keys to success. So I’m going to have this blog and write about home care from time to time. I’ll include topics like current legislation, professional boundaries in a tricky environment, and being a caregiver. I’ll also post some guest blogs from clients and nurses. We have been in the same office in Shoreview for 10 years, but on August 1, 2015 we are moving to a beautiful new building in Roseville – Rosedale Tower, the gorgeous 9 story building with the clock on it near Rosedale Mall. Be sure to change our postal address in your Contacts List. Our phone, fax, and email will remain the same!
I’ve navigated my daughter through 24/7 home care nursing and managed her PCA’s . I’ve helped my parents move into (and out of) assisted living, Medicare episodes, skilled nurse visits, home health aids, and PCAs. Sandwiched in all of that, I’ve helped coordinate home care equipment and supplies, physical therapists, occupational therapists, county workers, and medications (oh, the medications). I know emergency departments, children’s hospitals, cancer wards, cardiac floors, and specialty units. I can recite health insurance policies (and call their bluff)