Pediatric nurse taking care of child at home

Pediatric Home Care Services

We strive to improve the lives of medically fragile children in New York through clinical excellence, communication, and compassionate care. With multiple locations throughout New York with qualified RNs and LPNs Always Compassionate Home Care provides high-quality care for complex medical needs patients from birth to age 23 in the comfort of their own home, as well as in a school setting. Our pediatric clinicians can even accompany your child to school and ensure he/she receives the proper medical care during daily activities.

Every child is provided an Always Compassionate Home Care support team, consisting of a coordinator and pediatric clinician, that is best suited to care for your child’s unique circumstances. Our typical pediatric private duty nursing patient comes to us with services that can include having an invasive device, such as a G-tube or tracheostomy, are ventilator-dependent or respiratory compromised, or a seizure disorder condition.

All our pediatric patients receive an initial assessment where their needs and requirements are evaluated. After identifying the individual needs, likes and dislikes of the patient and family, the staff will set up “Meet and Greets” with our qualified nurses. A nursing schedule is developed and once care starts, the family will be continually supported by our office and clinical staff, who are available 24/7.

What Sets Us Apart

We understand there’s nothing more precious to a parent than the health and well-being of their child.  As such, every pediatric in-home care patient is provided.

  • Meet and Greets between families and nurses
  • Clinician led care team available 24 hours a day/7 days a week
  • Extensive screening and training for nurses, including pediatric skills check
  • Online Charting / Paperless Charting for family and physician access
Pediatric Care Services

Our pediatric clinicians are trained to provide the following services and will arrange any supplemental services if needed.

  • IV therapy
  • Tube feedings
  • Line maintenance
  • Trache care/care for the ventilator-dependent
  • Blood draws
  • Bladder catheterizations
  • G-tube care and maintenance
  • Pins and cast care
  • Colostomy or ileostomy care
  • Nutritional guidance
  • Diabetic management
  • Infant/pediatric abnormalities
  • Failure to thrive
We are ready to help with any home care needs you may have.