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Welcome to CHC!

Children’s Home Care is dedicated to providing high quality pediatric home care to your child. We offer pediatric services for your medically fragile child designed for infants, children and adolescents up to age 21. CHC nurses are specially trained in the unique needs of your child.

Services We Provide:

  • Private Duty Nursing
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
  • Medical Social Worker

We will provide family-centered, consistent, quality, coordinated care. Our nurses and staff expect parental involvement in the care and in the establishment of the Plan of Care. Parents will always be the primary caregivers even though they are receiving home health care support.

You may contact us at any time by calling our Houston office at 281-921-2301.

Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8:30am – 4:00pm on Friday. After hours and on weekends an answering service will answer your call and then contact the On-Call staff member for appropriate follow-up.

FAQs for Parents

We accept Texas Medicaid and Medicaid MCO’s such as Amerigroup, Community Health Choice, Texas Children’s Health Plan (TCHP), United Healthcare Community Plan, Molina, Superior and others.  If you have a specific question, please contact our office at 281-921-2301 for assistance.

All you need to do is call the agency office at 281-921-2301 and ask for one of our Clinical Managers. They will take your information and answer your questions. If you wish, a Clinical Manager will visit with you in the hospital or come to your home to meet with you so that you can learn more about Children’s Home Care before you make a decision to change agencies.

Children’s Home Care is an agency owned and operated by professionals with more than 30 years of experience in pediatric home care.

All you need to do is call another agency and explain your situation. You can ask for the agency representative to come to your home to meet you and your child. An agency should always be available to come to meet you.

If you have unresolved issues with your current agency, it is your right to choose another agency to assume care for your child. It is always recommended that you attempt to resolve the issues with your current provider. However, if you cannot, changing to another agency may be your best solution.

Although their knowledge base is similar, occupational therapists typically focus on fine motor skills (i.e. grasping, handwriting), visual-motor skills, oral motor abilities (i.e. food refusal, food selectivity, oral motor dysfunction) and sensory integration. Physical therapists are specialized in gross motor skills (i.e. rolling, sitting, crawling, walking, jumping), functional mobility skills, postural alignment (including the legs and feet), and gait (walking).

A licensed professional trained in evaluation and treatment of children with:

  • Expressive and receptive language disorders
  • Communication disorders: stuttering, voice problems, and speech delay
  • Articulation and phonological disorders
  • Cognitive skills: problem solving and reasoning
  • Social skills/behavior management
  • Oral motor and swallowing skills

Contact Us

Speak with a member of our Clinical Team about obtaining our services

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