Akron, Medina, Cleveland & Canton

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Akron, OH 44333


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Serving These Areas: Akron OH, Brecksville OH, Broadview Heights OH, Cleveland OH, Copley OH, Cuyahoga Falls OH, Everett OH, Fairlawn OH, Hudson OH, Macedonia OH, Montrose OH, Munroe Falls OH, Northfield OH, Peninsula OH, Richfield OH, Sagamore Hills OH, Silver Lake OH, Stow OH, Tallmadge OH, Twinsburg OH

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Akron After Surgery Care

We tailor the after surgery home care services we provide in Akron to your loved one’s specific needs to ease the difficult transition home. In home caregivers can be there to fill in the gaps while you recover from a surgery with flexible shifts and compassionate care.

Our caregivers offer after surgery care with a flexible schedule that works around your needs. Our hospital discharge services and after surgery home care include transportation to and from your loved one’s follow-up medical appointments where our caregivers can listen, take notes, and pass information along to the family.

After Plastic Surgery

Adhering to the surgeon’s recovery plan is critical to the reduction of scarring related to a plastic surgery procedure; an investment in day surgery services will provide the helping hand to prevent over-doing it. Most cosmetic or reconstructive surgeries require a minimum of two days of restricted movement and limiting lifting, making this a critical time to have extra support around the house. Many clients prefer to recover in complete privacy, making daily errands and outings all but impossible without help.   

After Eye Surgery

Considering the following facts about common eye surgeries, many families lean on Homewatch CareGivers for support after such procedures. The 24 hours after Lasik eye surgery require complete relaxation and lying down with your eyes closed as a recommended recovery mode; retinal surgeries often require you to keep your head in a certain position for up to five days; lifting objects as light as 15 pounds can increase your intraocular pressure; glaucoma patients must limit their activities; and driving can be prohibited for a day or up to several weeks after surgery. Our caregivers can assist during this critical time to ensure that your loved one has the best possible outcome.

After Cancer Treatment

Returning home from a day surgery, chemotherapy or radiation related to the treatment of cancer should be as stress free, safe, and comfortable as possible; a compassionate caregiver makes this a top priority. Between managing medications, cancer-related neuropathy, nausea and fatigue, having assistance from a home care company that understands cancer treatment can make the difference between a difficult and smooth recovery.

After Dental Surgery

Sometimes the after-effects of oral surgery are quite minimal however it can complicate matters if health or independence is compromised. Caregivers can assist with planning and preparing modified diets and medication reminders to facilitate optimal healing. Caregiver training prepares them to provide protective oversight and assistance to the client's post-surgery needs.

Flexible Home Care Services

We design our home care service plans to work around your schedule and meet your individual needs. Our caregivers are there to give you peace of mind when you cannot be there – either for a few hours at a time or for longer periods.

Cancer Treatment Articles and Resources

Two Weddings, a Baby and a Brain Tumor

Melanoma is one of the deadliest forms of skin malignancies. Sun safety is the key to prevention. Read Full Story.

For more helpful information about cancer visit the American Association for Cancer Research and the American Cancer Society websites.

Eye Surgery Articles and Resources

Degenerative eye disease affects millions of people worldwide, and the numbers are continually growing. One out of six adults age 45 and older will be affected by some type of sight-threatening vision problem. Read Full Story.

As we age, the lenses that sit behind the colored part of our eyes naturally become less clear. These changes often result in a cloudy,yellow discoloration, or cracks and fractures, and are called cataracts.Different from serious degenerative eye diseases, “cataracts can actually be considered a normal progression of aging, since all people age 60 years and older will eventually experience them,” says Dr. Jeff Smith, Optometrist at Envision, Boulder. Read Full Story.

Visit the Macular Degeneration Association, the American Federation of the Blind and the American Foundation for the Blind websites for more information about our eyes and healthy vision.