Being "homebound" is tough enough for a community-driven participant, connector and advocate such as myself. So to that I am grateful for Aviator Home Health on several levels.
Thankful for the compassionate care and discernment of my nurse caseworker Amanda Simpson. From the very first time I met her, I saw that this was more than a job for her. I learned that caring for the well-being of her patients is a fervent passion that extends into the wee hours of the morning and does not end at the typical workday close, for which I personally am more than grateful. And the other nurses who I have seen have executed wonderful care and attentiveness. Even though I have never met the Anna, Aviator Home Health Director of Nursing, I have heard nothing but glowing reports about her. And this Does matter to me.
Home Health Aide Elaine Skinner is remarkably stellar at her responsibilities to me. She diligently works with me to again be able to independently achieve the task of personal care. Elaine is truly a perfect match for me and I believe any other person whose require her services.
Jason and Bailee COTA, my physical and occupational therapists, who I see a combined total of 5 days a week have far surpassed what my surgeon thought I could achieve in home health PT and OT! I can hardly wait to show him my results and to proudly advocate for this home health care system to the Texas Orthopedic Special Group and other health care providers.
Jen Snook and Glenn, PT and OT lead evaluators demonstrate personal care and a desire for me to succeed in their assessments of my situation to guide treatment execution to meet their goals as well as my personal goals to again be totally functional within my home, in my church and the community.
Now I would be remiss to not disclose some unpleasantries in encounters along the way. However, to those very few instances that I applaud the attentiveness and immediate corrective actions in re-pairing me with care professionals with whom I could have greater success. Quite honestly, I did not expect that to happen because I expressed sincere concerns, not complaints. I figured it was going to be a situation which I would have to suck up and grin and bear. So those less pleasantries were turned around for the benefit of my good with graceful poise of professionalism. The takeaway there is, "What Aviator Home Health Care does not know, they cannot fix." And they are truly committed to healthy outcomes of empowerment not only a return to the life I lead before, but to exceed in going beyond