Support When You Need It

If you’re caring for an aging family member, you don’t have to do it alone. Whether your loved one needs a little help, or a lot, we’ll care for them like you would.

Welcome to All Saints Home Care

At All Saints Home Care, we bring remarkable care to the homes of our clients with amazing standards. Through effective and efficient support service, our trained staff can assist and provide security in helping with the day to day life activities of our clients.

Are home care and home health the same thing?

People often use these terms interchangeably because both are provided in a home setting, but they are distinct services. The key difference is that “home health” is clinical care, and “home care” (also called “custodial care” or “senior care”) is non-clinical care. Home health care is delivered as part of a physician’s care plan, such as recovering from a surgery, rehabbing from an injury, or learning new skills to adapt to a significant change in health status. Home care, on the other hand, involves support for daily living activities and/or personal care.

There are nuances, and there are situations where a person might make use of both services, but these are the basic differences between the two.

All Saints offers both home health and home care services. See our home services here. For information on health care, visit the All Saints Health Care website.

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All Saints Home Care 
3425 W. Central Ave. 
Wichita, KS 67203
Office | 316.755.1076
Fax | 316.755.9076
All Saints Home Care is an equal opportunity employer. All Saints Home Care prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetic information.
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