A Home Caregiver Can Provide Transitional Home Care Assistance
When transitioning from the hospital back home, seniors can find comfort in our home care assistance
It can be a harsh transition for anyone to move from a stay in the hospital to living back at home. One minute, they’re receiving attention and care around the clock, and the next, they’re taking care of everything alone. As your loved one recovers from an injury, a battle with an illness, or surgery, it is critical that they follow their doctor’s treatment, care, and recovery plan. Without the proper treatment and care during this period, your loved one’s recovery can be slowed or they may even need to be rehospitalized.
If your loved one is going to be making the transition out of a hospital stay, we offer transitional home care assistance. A Comfort Keepers home caregiver can help ease the transition back to normal life and assist with a quick, full recovery.
How Our Home Care Assistance Can Help
Our caregivers help promote physical and mental wellness once your loved one returns home from the hospital. We’ll provide as much home care assistance as they need to live well—whether they need help for a couple of hours each day or 24/7. During this transitional care period, a home caregiver can help with the following:
- Following the doctor’s care plan for a healthy, quick recovery
- Transportation to and from check-ups and doctor appointments
- Communicating with doctors and nurses to ensure proper care
- Household chores, tasks, and activities
Our caregivers are all trained to provide comfort, emotional support, and assistance with recovery. We’ll help make the transition back to normal life as easy as possible. Contact us to schedule a consultation with a home caregiver or to learn more about our home care assistance.