The Road to In-Home Recovery with Transitional Care
With the help of our Comfort Keepers, your loved one’s transition home can be an easy and comfortable one.
After your loved one is released from the hospital or a rehabilitation facility, the transition back home can be crucial to his or her recovery and overall health. It is essential that your loved one receives proper care, even at home. This includes positioning, support and post-hospitalization care to ensure proper recovery and reduce the chance of readmission to the hospital.
For family caregivers, providing quality in-home transitional care for your loved one can be overwhelming and stressful. Without proper training regarding positioning and rehabilitation, following the prescribed care plan can be difficult. With the help of our trained and professional Comfort Keepers® and our transitional care services, you can ensure that your loved one receives quality care in the comfort of home.
More About Transitional Care
Transitional care is very specialized and helps your loved one to transition from hospital to home while avoiding hospital readmissions. Comfort Keepers can help families in the home by providing a number of transitional care and in-home care services. This can include assistance with tasks such as household duties, transportation to follow-up appointments with care providers, continued support for family caregivers and help implementing the recovery plan laid out by your loved one’s medical provider.
Specialized Assistance from Comfort Keepers
Our Comfort Keepers have also been trained to provide quality transitional care for clients who have even more specific medical needs that require specialized care services, including:
- congestive heart failure.
- myocardial infarction (heart attack).
For families with loved ones making the transition back home from the hospital or a rehabilitation facility in the near future, our Comfort Keepers can help during this trying time. Their knowledge of transitional care helps to keep your loved one healthy and happy at home. Whether your loved one needs occasional in-home transitional care services or full-time, 24-hour care, Comfort Keepers can help your loved one recover.
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