Family/Patient Health Teaching & Counseling
Trust HHC is committed to enhancing the lives of patients and their families and caregivers by providing the needed tools to empower them to maximize their strengths and independence. We are dedicated to helping patients remain in their homes for as long as possible by providing services, education and information that help with informed decision-making as well as improving, enhancing dignity and quality of life.
The benefits of patient education include:
- Increasing the patient’s ability to cope with and manage his or her health
- Facilitating understandings of health statuses, diagnosis and treatment options, and consequences of care for patients and their families
- Empowering patients to make decisions related to their care
- Increasing patients’ potential to follow a health care plan
- Helping patients learn healthier behaviors
- Promoting recovery and improved function
- Increasing patient confidence in his or her self care
- Decreasing treatment complications
Trust HHC is here to help you learn about your health and provide resources to manage your condition. Our health educators and nurses can provide access to:
- Credible, easy-to-understand health information
- Print materials, videos, and online information
- Resources, services, and educational opportunities
The information and services provided by Trust HHC equip and empower patients and their families to actively participate on their health care team and make informed decisions about their health and health care. We collaborate with patients, families, and staff in an environment of mutual respect and shared goals to optimize the health care experience. Our primary goal is to help patients understand and make their best choices about health.
The team of Trust HHC dedicated professionals is on hand to answer all your questions and to address any concerns you have. You can call Trust HHC at any time to learn about our in home care services.
The goal of Trust HHC is to enhance the well-being of our patients by reducing the number and frequency of hospital admissions and visits to the emergency department, as well as, diminishing the complications and the risk factors associated with illness.