After Hospital Care at Home
Do You Have a Plan for Care After Hospital Discharge?
With the transition from one level of care to another comes the risk of falls, mismanaging medications, and failing to meet dietary needs. Homewatch CareGivers® can create a plan unique for you or your loved one to ensure a successful transition. We know the right questions to ask your healthcare team to ensure we provide the assistance you need.
Your discharge assistance can include:
- Help following discharge orders
- Prescription pick-up and errands
- Medication reminders
- Grocery shopping
- Transportation to home and appointments
- Communication with providers and loved ones
- Meal preparation
At Homewatch CareGivers, our professional hospital discharge care team captures the right information from the discharge planner, allowing us to create a care plan. Our qualified caregiving team is trained for your transition from hospital to home and are there every step of the way. You can take comfort in receiving quality after surgery care.
Recovering from joint replacement surgery can make simple tasks intense for several weeks, potentially even months. Your in-home caregivers and expert team help with medication reminders, and other recommended methods that can assist the client being able to manage their pain, encourage your completion of any prescribed physical therapy regimes, and keep your health strong with proper nutrition and hydration after you are discharged from the hospital.
It’s invaluable to have reliable home care services you can trust during the recovery period of invasive procedures like major heart surgery, which generally last six to eight weeks. We can help with medication reminders, meal prep, and running your errands, since driving is prohibited post-surgery.
Following eye surgery, your vision may not be reliable or functional for a period of time. Our care team can provide assistance with day-to-day tasks that you may not be able to do during your recovery time, including driving, and keep you from bending or lifting, which can put strain or pressure on your eye.