For individuals with the compromised ability to heal—whether from diabetes or a variety of vascular disorders—wound care is extremely important. Complications are common, can be debilitating, and often require lengthy stays in hospitals or wound care centers.
- 6.5 million people have chronic wounds in the US
- 33% of home health patients have wounds
- There is a shortage of wound specialists (less than 0.2% of registered nurses are Certified Wound Specialists)
Allumé’s team of trained care specialists are skilled in wound management, the healing process, and products for wound care.
Our approach is focused on the following:
- Improved patient comfort
- Decreased time spent on dressing changes
- Improved healing time
- Prevention of complications
- Improve overall outcome for patients
Wound Care services operate under Allume Home Care, LLC, our home health business. We are currently requesting licensure as a Connecticut home health agency. We are not Medicare certified.
Our Areas of Curated Focus™:
Complex, Continuous Care
Sharing life with a loved one with complex medical needs is not easy. Whether a parent, a spouse, or an adult child, when someone we love is suffering, life is hard. Allumé provides the support and skilled care families need to keep the ones they care about most about out of the hospital or long-term care facility.
Congestive Heart Failure
Allumé provides support to individuals with congestive heart failure in living life to its fullest despite a challenging diagnosis. Although it is impossible to reverse congestive heart failure once it has been diagnosed, its progression can be managed, even slowed with proper care and simple lifestyle changes.
For individuals with a compromised ability to heal—whether from diabetes or a variety of vascular disorders—wound care is extremely important. Complications are common, debilitating, and often require lengthy stays in a hospital or long-term care center. Allumé Care Providers bring remarkable care home to you.