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Home Support ServicesEskaton Home Healthcare Golden Survey

9722 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Suite A
Fair Oaks, CA 95628

Call 916-536-3750 / 800-499-8662 to speak with an Eskaton Home Healthcare representative.
916-536-3750 / 800-499-8662

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"This TEAM of Healthcare Professionals made my Mother's life worth living." -Participants Daughter


Eskaton Home Healthcare received a perfect survey from the Department of Public Health for zero deficiencies. This award reflects the professionalism and integrity of the Eskaton staff and the service they provide.

With your physician’s support, Eskaton’s team of skilled nurses; physical, occupational and speech therapists; medical social workers; and home health aides will help you recover from an illness or injury at home.

Eskaton Home Healthcare is a Medicare-certified home health agency — Medicare approved individuals are 100% reimbursed.

Confused about what kind of in-home caregiver you need? Click here to see our side by side comparison of what Home Healthcare versus Home Care offers.

Areas served include Sacramento County and Placer County, and parts of El Dorado, Nevada and Yolo counties.

Your individual care plan may include some or all of the following services:

  • Medication management for new and changed prescriptions, regarding possible side-effects and adverse reactions, and education on selfinjectables
  • Wound care and instruction
  • Diabetic care
  • Instruction on care and management of new and exacerbated chronic diseases or conditions
  • Support with physical or cognitive decline
  • Therapeutic exercises to insure safety
  • Balance training
  • Gait training
  • Proper transfer and body mechanics training
  • Skills to ambulate with assistive devices
  • Range-of-motion exercises
  • Therapy for language disorders that result in communication problems
  • Diagnosis and treatment for swallowing problems
  • Non-oral communication skills
  • Training to perform activities of daily living with adaptive devices
  • Task-oriented therapeutic activities to restore physical functions
  • Facilitating independence with feeding, bathing, toileting, hygiene and dressing
  • Manufacture and adaptation of equipment for patient needs
  • Perceptual and cognitive functioning skills
  • Energy conservation assistance
  • Muscle re-education
  • Fine-motor coordination
  • Sensory treatment
  • Counsel for long-range planning and decision-making
  • Community resources awareness and planning
  • Financial resources planning (not including Medi-Cal applications)
  • Assistance with activities of daily living