At Comfort Keepers, we can help your loved one make the transition back to their home after a stay in the hospital or rehab center by giving them positive attention as they get better. It is important for the elderly to get better both physically and mentally after they are released from the hospital. This is even more true for seniors who want to stay at home rather than in a senior care facility. Elder care services are available from Comfort Keepers, which also makes sure to follow hospital discharge plans. All in the comfort and privacy of a senior’s own home.
Seniors may have a hard time getting better after an injury or illness, even more so. The first few days after being released from the hospital are very important for recovery. Patients may also be depressed or anxious because of social isolation and a change in their daily routine. People are increasingly choosing to recover at home after being in the hospital.
Our caregivers, who are trained in infectious disease management and senior care, can help people stay safe at home and reduce their risk of re-injury or being readmitted to the hospital by following discharge care plans.
People who have recently been released from a hospital or rehabilitation center can choose from a wide range of postoperative elder care options from us. Our staff wants to help your family as they go through the important healing phase after being in the hospital. Caregivers who work for us are dependable and committed, and they work around the clock, seven days a week. Comfort Keepers helps families by giving high-quality elder care to people who have been to the hospital and are now recovering at home. We often work with hospitals, medical centers, home health agencies, physical therapists, and other health care professionals to help older people and other people get better. This helps them get a wide range of care that helps them heal.
We make sure that our clients’ transitions from the hospital to their homes are as safe, comfortable, and easy as possible. These are some of the things that our caregivers might do after they get out of the hospital: