Jun 16, 2017 by Tony B.
We have all heard in some form or another that a senior will often head downhill once they have fallen or been in some type of accident that affects their mobility. It does not have to be this way and in home care can help make that difference. When your loved one is set to be sent home after they have spent some time in the hospital, you may be worried and scared. This is often because you do not know what to expect and you do not have the time to dedicate to your loved one. There are some issues that need to be closely monitored after a post-hospital stay, which include safety, fall prevention, hydration and nutrition issues, bathing, and more. All of this will fall onto your shoulders, but it does not have to. Comfort Keepers want you to know that you can turn to us for safe and effective in home care that focuses on the transition from the hospital to home.
If you are not experienced in post-hospital recovery, it can be dangerous for you and your loved one. You need an experienced individual who can help you with in home care. Our team will be there to make sure that your loved one is able to bathe, take their medication, and eat without the worry that something may go wrong.
Each one of our caregivers understands how transitional care works and strives to make that transition as easy as possible. Not only are our caregivers trained, but they will uphold your family member’s dignity and respect them along the way.
Our team can provide help with:
Whether your loved one is already at home or is scheduled to be sent home, call Comfort Keepers now to schedule the proper in home care post-hospital stay.
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