Providing a safe and successful recovery process.
One of the leading causes of hospital readmission or slow post-hospitalization recovery is the lack of proper support following a hospital discharge. Whether you or a loved one is transitioning directly home after a hospitalization or moving through the care continuum via a rehabilitation or medical care facility, in-home care is a key resource for a safe and successful recovery process.
A qualified, skilled caregiver can transport you home from the care facility, and provides essential support during an often stressful time.
The first 72 hours following a procedure or hospital stay represent a critical and vulnerable time for the patient, often involving a new diagnosis and changes in daily habits, required medications, meal regimens, rehab exercises and more. Non-medical home care provides the monitoring, reminders and emotional support to help the individual recover successfully at home.
Transition Home Package
Consultation and personalized Care Plan;
Transportation to support the critical initial transition;
Errands, grocery shopping, prescription pick-up, housekeeping;
Meal preparation and nutrition;
Rehabilitation reminders, physical and emotional support and companionship;
Transportation to rehabilitation sessions, doctor appointments and personal events;
Regular status updates to/from the care team and family.
Basic Personal Care Assistance
Assisting with walking and transferring from bed to wheelchair;
Bathing, dressing and grooming assistance;
Status reporting to family;
Safety and fall prevention.