Home Health Services

We act as a communicator between the patient and the caregiver, making sure our clients feel secure. We are very specific in providing the caregiver that would work best with your loved one’s needs.

Our primary focus is on safety, nutrition, and cleanliness. We know that everyone has different needs, so we sit down with the family, caregiver, and patient to make sure we meet specific needs. Whatever those needs may be, our caregivers will be as prepared as possible for any situation that may arise.

Letting our loved ones stay in their own home can be difficult when they are no longer able to care for themselves. Our home health services caregivers provide assistive care.

Care can range from help with bathing and medication management to transportation and meal preparation. Knowing your loved one has companionship and help while in the familiar, secure environment of their own home will give you peace of mind.

Nursing Services

Why stay in a facility when you can heal in the comfort of your own home?

Sometimes, you need a more skilled level of care. Our specialized nursing services can provide medical care in the comfort of your own home. Working with your doctor, we create a Plan of Care for you or your loved one to determine what type of care is required.

We can monitor chronic conditions, facilitate surgical recovery, or provide hospice support. Our nurses are licensed and insured, meeting all regulations set forth by the state.

We can send a nurse directly to your home to perform any skilled needs that you may have. These services are available as often or little as necessary, and our nurses work closely with your doctor to provide continuity of care.

We have a skilled caregiver department which offers the following therapy and nursing services:

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  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Home Health Aid (HHA)
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
  • Medical Social Worker
  • Occupational Therapist (OT)
  • Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Speech Therapist (ST)

24/7 Care

Around-the-Clock Care is Our Specialty!

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Does your loved one need a caregiver 24/7? When constant care becomes necessary, we will ensure that your loved one is never alone.  We will arrange to have a trained caregiver with them at all times to meet their needs and provide you with peace of mind.

These activities include medication reminders, feeding, skin, and oral care, preparing meals, light housekeeping, laundry, bathing, dressing, transferring, ambulation, shopping, and transportation.

Specialization of services is available to meet the needs of your loved one.

Please feel free to contact the Champion office if you have any questions regarding the terms of 24/7 care.

Medical Facility Staffing

We help patients and residents in a variety of different medical facilities in Brevard County.

A Medical Facility Staffing aide can be provided to assist those that need 24-hour attention while residing in a medical facility. If you live out of state and want toYoung nurse showing heart sign make sure your loved one is getting the extra attention that they deserve, then our specialized staffing may be for you. Our aids pay attention to detail and can make sure their patients are receiving special treatment.

Even in the best medical or care facility, sometimes extra help is necessary. Our medical facility staffing aides can fill in the gap. Whether we are providing services such as running errands or providing a home-cooked meal, our caregivers go the extra mile to make sure your loved one gets the attention they need. Our goal is to help bring the feeling of home to you wherever your loved one may be.

Veteran Care

Veteran Aid & Attendance and Housebound Benefits:

Is your loved one a veteran who needs additional care at home? Veterans who are eligible for a V.A. Pension may be eligible to receive additional funding to help pay for home care. Please check out the following link to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for more information.

If your loved one is a veteran and needs home health care, they may qualify for additional assistance from the Veteran’s Benefit Administration. Two types of allowances, Aid & Attendance (A&A) and Housebound, are available to certain individuals who qualify for a V.A. pension. Each allowance has different conditions that must be met to qualify.

A&A is for those who need assistance with daily personal tasks for everyday life or is bedridden or in a nursing home or has extreme vision impairment. The Housebound Benefit is for those veterans who are confined to their home based on permanent disability.

The services of a Homemaker or Home Health Aide can help Veterans remain living in their own home and can serve Veterans of any age. A Homemaker or Home Health Aide can be used as a part of an alternative to nursing home care, and as a way to get Respite Care at home for Veterans and their family caregiver.

It is at no cost to veterans; 100 percent funded by the U.S. government. Must be 65 or older or in social security disability, must have 90 days active duty during war period, honorable d/c, meet government set financial qualifications, documents need for Healthcare services, use funds exclusively for healthcare needs.

Champion Home Health Care Private Duty  Lic # 30211491

2010 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Unit 101 ▪  Melbourne, FL 32935 ▪  (p) 321-608-3838 ▪  (f) 321-286-5808