Comfort Care in San Antonio, TX: On the Road to In-Home Care and Recovery
Comfort Care from Comfort Keepers® your loved one’s transition home from a medical facility can be easier and more comfortable.
Most people prefer to recover and heal at home; however, making a transition from a medical facility to home often requires a need for extra care. In the days following your loved one’s release, transitional care is essential for a full recovery and overall health. Recovery care in the home reduces the chance of re-injury and re-admittance to the hospital. Comfort Keepers' personal comfort care is here for your family.
Occasionally, the task of caring for your loved one at home can be overwhelming and unexpected for the family. Family caregivers may not have the time or ability to dedicate themselves to in-home care. With the help of our trained Comfort Keepers caregivers and our transitional comfort care services, you have peace of mind that your loved one will receive quality care in the comfort of home.
Personal Home Care in San Antonio, TX: Learning More about Transitional Care
Transitional care is a specialized type of care designed to help individuals transition from a hospital or rehabilitation center to the home. This type of care is critical to help avoid re-injury and costly hospital re-admissions. Comfort Keepers® can help in the home by providing transitional care services including assistance with household duties, transportation to follow-up appointments, support for family caregivers, and monitoring of the recovery care plan put in place by your loved one’s medical provider.
Additional Assistance from Comfort Keepers
In addition to Comfort Keepers comfort care services we can also assist clients who have specific medical needs that require additional specialized services, including:
- Congestive heart failure
- Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
Call Comfort Keepers personal comfort care in Antonio, TX today at (210) 201-0174 or schedule your in-home consultation if your loved one has recently made the transition from hospital or rehabilitation facility to home, or will be making that transition in the near future. Comfort Keepers can help assist you through the transition process and design a care plan specifically to meet your family’s needs. Whether you need occasional in-home transitioning care services or full-time, 24-hour care, Comfort Keepers can help your loved one recover.