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Home is Where the Heart Should Be

Heart Failure Management In-Home Care Daytona beach, Palm Coast, Deland, Orange City

The AdventHealth Home Health team is well versed in heart failure management in the home setting throughout Volusia and Flagler counties.  In less severe cases, chronic heart failure can be well managed at home, with appropriate medication and lifestyle changes. Based on the progression of the disease, your age, medical history, tolerance for certain drugs and other factors, the team will help develop a rehabilitation plan customized to your particular needs, utilizing a number of appropriate disciplines.

AdventHealth’s in-home heart failure management services include educating and instructing you and your family on what heart disease is about, how to recognize early symptoms and designing a heart healthy diet, as well as valuable tips regarding heart medication management.

Your in-home rehabilitation team may include:

  • Skilled nurses
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Home Health Aides

These in-home therapists and other healthcare professional will help increase your ability to maintain maximum independence in your home, and also help prevent further hospitalizations.


The AdventHealth Home Health program, available in Daytona Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, Orange City, and Palm Coast, is licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration (license #HHA215580961), certified by Medicare, and accredited by The Joint Commission.

For more information on managing heart failure at home, call (386) 673-3121.