We understand that choosing a home care provider for a loved one can be a complex, difficult and often time-sensitive decision. We’re committed to supporting you and providing peace of mind during the decision-making process, time of transition and beyond.
What is Homeland at Home?
Homeland at Home, a community outreach program of Homeland Center, provides a full continuum of in-home services to care for patients and to support families as their needs change.
Services include hospice care (end-of-life care for patients and support for families); home health (skilled and therapeutic physician-ordered services); and home care (daily living assistance and companionship for seniors).
By providing compassionate, in-home care, we keep your loved one near to make the most of every precious moment together.
What makes Homeland at Home different?
As an outreach program of Homeland Center, Homeland at Home has a rich tradition of providing care with compassion, dignity, kindness, courtesy and consideration. Together, Homeland at Home and Homeland Center provide a full continuum of services as patients and their families experience changing circumstances. Homeland patients, residents, clients – and their love ones – are treated like family.
What is Homeland Center?
Chartered in 1867, Homeland Center is a licensed not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community offering exceptional personal and skilled nursing care. Homeland Center occupies a full block in uptown Harrisburg, which includes a 24-bed unit dedicated to the special needs of those with Alzheimer’s or dementia-related diseases. Homeland’s Five-Star Skilled Nursing Care Facility designation – Medicare’s highest recognition for quality care, staffing, and safety – ranks it among the country’s best.
Who is eligible for Homeland at Home services?
Eligibility varies by type of service.
- A hospice evaluation can be requested when a patient is diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.
- Home health services require a physician-ordered home medical treatment plan.
- Home care services are available for anyone in need of in-home daily living assistance.
- Bereavement support is available to anyone in the community who is experiencing grief.
What areas does Homeland at Home cover?
Please view our service map for detail on which Homeland at Home services are provided in which Central Pennsylvania counties.
Does Homeland at Home accept insurance?
Homeland at Home accepts Medicare, Medicaid and long-term insurance. Please contact us to confirm if your insurance is accepted for the particular service needed or if other arrangements are available.
Contact us to discuss how we may support you and your family. Complete our contact form or call 717-221-7890.