Injury Recovery and Post Hospital Care
The lack of proper support following a hospital discharge is one of the leading causes of hospital readmission and slow post-hospitalization recovery. Whether you or a loved one is transitioning directly home after a hospitalization or continuing treatment with a rehabilitation or medical care facility, in-home care is a key component of a safe and successful recovery process.
No matter what your age, post-surgery routines almost always require rehabilitation. In most cases, the success of your surgery is closely tied to your post-surgery recovery care. Caregiver Provider will help you recover in the comfort of your own home with one-on-one support.
Caregivers can help with things like meal preparation, transportation and accompaniment to doctor's or physical therapy appointments, and housekeeping so you can rest and recover.
If you are experiencing limited mobility, caregivers can help you move safely, dress, bathe, or practice range-of-motion exercises prescribed by your physical therapist. They will even help ensure medications are taken on time so your post-surgery recovery goes as smoothly as possible. As you get stronger and become more independent, you can change your hours and services until you're back to your normal routine.