When your child needs pediatric home health care, we are the solution. Trusted Hearts Homecare Solution’s pediatric nursing service offers the care your child needs with the integrity, compassion, reliability, and passion you desire. Our team understands that the smallest among us are the most important to us. That’s why your care team is chosen specifically with your child’s needs in mind. Each child receives an individualized plan of care developed under the direction of a physician and in collaboration with your healthcare team. Our nurses are trained to provide the specialized care your child needs. One-on-one nursing care, up to 24 hours a day, we will be there to give you the peace of mind you need to return to your day responsibilities and relationships.

Customized Pediatric Home Health Care Plans to Fit Your Child & Your Family

Finding the right pediatric private duty nursing agency starts with a phone call. Trusted Hearts care team will review your child’s medical history and your insurance benefits in collaboration with your physician to get the authorizations your child needs for care. Every plan of care is customized to fit your child needs while also considering you and your family. Once services are authorized, our team will work with you, your family, and healthcare team to integrate services and transition home successfully. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure your child reaches optimal health, wellness, and happiness.

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Pediatric Nursing Services

  • assistance with eating
  • administering and monitoring medications
  • premature and high-risk infant care
  • tracheostomy and ventilator care
  • gastric tube care
  • catheter care
  • management of bowel and/or bladder conditions
  • post-surgical care
  • cancer care
  • seizure disorder monitoring
  • traumatic brain injury care

In addition to meeting your child’s medical needs, our pediatric nurses can also provide the following: assistance at school, including accompaniment during transportation; help with participation in social and community activities; and age, developmental, and diagnosis-appropriate exercise and play.