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    113 Park Avenue, Suite 300
    Falls Church, Virginia 22046
    Phone Number: 703-531-0540

    Blacksburg, VA: 540-961-6800
    District of Columbia : 202-483-9111
    Fredericksburg, VA: 540-310-0042
    Pennsylvania : 484-664-2940

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- Awards & Recognition -

  • Awards and Recognition
    Homecare Elite 2015 Top Agency
  • Awards and Recognition
    Homecare Elite 2014 Top Agency
  • Awards and Recognition
    Pinnacle Customer Experience Awards for 2015
  • Awards and Recognition
    Pinnacle Customer Experience Awards for 2014

What We Do

Human Touch Home Health: Service Profile

Alongside the attending physician, our qualified and certified professionals plan, coordinate and provide care tailored to the changing needs of our clients.

Our services include:

Skilled Nursing

Registered Nurses (RNs) & Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
Registered nurses provide a broad range of nursing services based on a thorough assessment of the client’s health care needs and development of an individualized care plan. Examples of services provided include skin care, medication management, diet, nutrition management, and care focused on a particular diagnosis. Physician orders and efficient care coordination are integral aspects of nursing services. Licensed Practical Nurses assist with rehabilitation, dressing changes, oxygen administration and medications, and offer services as catheter care under the supervision of an RN.

Physical Therapy

A full-time Physical Therapist manages and provides skilled physical therapy to patients/clients with a wide variety of diagnoses and disabilities in a home setting in accordance with a physician’s plan of treatment, taking into account individual patients’ special or age related needs.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists perform therapeutic exercises and instruct in activities such as meal preparation, toileting, and grooming. Occupational Therapists also assist with energy and endurance problems, and address equipment needs such as grab bars. Self-reliance is always a goal.

Speech Therapy

Speech / Language Pathologists provide treatments to improve speech, swallowing, communication, and problem-solving skills. Often applied with other therapies, speech therapy significantly contributes to stabilization and recovery.

Medical Social Services

The medical social worker will assess the psychosocial functioning, environmental and the support needs of patients and families. This may include connecting patients and families to necessary resources and supports in the community; supportive counseling, or helping to expand and strengthen the network of social supports. The medical social worker is part of the interdisciplinary team: nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

Infusion Therapy

For patients who are no longer treatable with medication taken orally, we offer Infusion Therapy in a home setting. Drugs administered intravenously need the expertise of our staff to properly execute. This type of therapy can be used in various cases including cancer medication, antivirals, antibiotics, pain management and hydration for post-surgery patients.

Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides provide personal care to clients who need assistance at home. This usually covers activities of daily living, mobility and meal preparation. Home Health Aides can also be assigned for Respite Care assignments to temporarily take over family caregiver duties.


Our team includes companions and homemakers who contribute to quality living for patients who are homebound. Companions not only provide companionship, they also supervise clients at home while their family members are out to work or in school for the day. Homemakers, on the other hand, handle household chores and home management.

Live in Care

In addition to the services provided by homemakers, assist with “hands-on” personal care needs such as bathing, dressing, walking, and toileting. HHAs or CNAs cannot give injections or dispense medications, though they can remind the patient to take their medication.