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Care You Need from One Trusted Source

Caring for a child with special needs can be challenging and even stressful. At PSA, we work closely with families like yours to meet your needs and incorporate your goals in developing and carrying out your child’s treatment plan. With care, compassion, and clinical excellence, we give each child the greatest opportunity to reach their optimal health and well-being.

Private duty nursing provides hourly care to patients where care feels best – in the home. Care typically lasts four to 24 hours a day with our registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and aides focused on providing excellent short-term and long-term clinical care to medically fragile children.

A child may qualify for private duty nursing services at home or school if that child:

  • Has a tracheotomy and/or is ventilator-dependent
  • Receives continuous nutritional feeds through a G-tube or NG-tube
  • Receives intravenous nutrition
  • Is oxygen-dependent in conjunction with other medical needs
  • Has complex medical needs such as frequent seizures
A Commitment to Partnership

We share a commitment to build partnerships between patients, families, clinicians, hospitals, other care providers, community resources and payers.

We believe in care that is accessible, dependable, compassionate, coordinated, transparent, effective and trusted.

Who Pays for Your Care?

At PSA, we’re here to help you get the care you need. Many insurance plans and Medicaid pay for our services, and we coordinate, bill directly, and handle the paperwork ourselves. In other words, we take care of the details so you can focus on your family.

Experienced Pediatric Care

When you choose PSA, you get the very best. Our healthcare professionals are highly skilled and have met stringent requirements to be PSA Healthcare Approved. We bring more than 30 years of experience, and we are recognized as a national leader in pediatric home care.

Caring from the Heart

At PSA, we believe children are best cared for in a nurturing environment, where loving family members can surround them. We are passionate about working with families and caregivers to help keep medically fragile children in their homes to receive care.

“The home nursing has helped us in so many ways, from getting more comfortable with the equipment to helping us with all the care and therapy Nicholas needs.”
-Kim, PSA Mom

What to Expect from Private Duty Nursing: A Step-by-Step Guide

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