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(603) 335-1770 215 Rochester Hill Rd, Rochester, NH 03867

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The Homemakers provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to help you regain maximum level of function after an illness, injury, joint replacement or stroke. They will also teach you new ways of performing activities that were once routine.

The Homemakers rehabilitative therapies include: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.

Physical Therapy - Physical therapists can help you regain strength, flexibility, coordination and other aspects of general function.

Occupational Therapy - Occupational therapists can help you regain the skills you need to function in your daily activities such as dressing or bathing safely.

Speech Therapy - Speech therapists can help you regain your ability to speak or understand speech after an illness such as a stroke.

Medical social workers at The Homemakers help clients and their families in understanding the emotional, social and financial issues that often accompany a serious illness. Utilizing their vast knowledge of community resources, our medical social workers will assess the situation and aid patients and family members by making referrals to other community resources and assisting families with long term planning issues.
The Safe at Home program is designed to help children or other caregivers meet the long distance health care needs of aging parents or relatives who live in Strafford County. Often children and other caregivers don't live close enough to their aging parents or relatives to be able to visit or check on them as often a they'd like. Through the Safe at Home program, a registered nurse oversees a broad spectrum of health care needs and services of an older person and keeps long distance family members informed of their loved ones health care needs and status.

Sometimes the only barrier a person has to overcome in order to stay at home is to have assistance with light housekeeping, meal preparation, shopping, laundry or other "housekeeping" tasks. Our homemaker program is designed to provide assistance in these areas.

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia is a difficult, round-the-clock task performed by thousands in our community. Often caregivers become overwhelmed with the increased daily demands and feel that they have no support system to fall back on. Our staff support allows caregivers time to run errands, take care of personal business, or just relax.

Realizing that healing comes only with the combination of medical science and compassion, our visiting nurses at The Homemakers treat every client according to their needs.

For adults with physical limitations, whether temporary or permanent, personal tasks such as bathing, grooming and dressing can be difficult. The Homemakers Home Health Aides are trained paraprofessionals who can assist with these tasks, helping people remain home and independent. Home Health Aides also monitor vital signs, help clients with transfers (moving from bed to chair) and assist with prescribed exercises.