Dayton Post-Hospital Live-In Caregiver – Promoting a Faster Recovery
When an elderly patient is hospitalized for a medical procedure or illness, their recovery can be lengthy and painful. If your elderly parent or loved one has recently received hospital treatment, Home Care Assistance offers Dayton Post-Hospital Care that promotes a faster recovery for seniors in the comfort of their home.
Avoid Hospital Readmission with Post-Hospital Care
After being discharged from the hospital, 35% of seniors are readmitted after only 90 days. For seniors, hospital readmission is usually a result of not following doctor’s recommendations, medication instructions or a poor recovery environment. Home Care Assistance in Dayton provides home care tailored to meet the needs of individual patients in post-hospital recovery.
Our Dayton Post-Hospital Live-In Caregiver services ensure a caregiver is present at the hospital when your senior loved one is discharged to ensure a smooth transition home. If your loved one is staying in an assisted living facility or a nursing home, our caregivers can provide 24-hour assistance with personal care there as well.
Our Post-Hospital Caregivers in Dayton are professionally trained and experienced in providing post-hospital care for seniors. We offer both hourly and live-in home care to accommodate whatever level of care your loved one requires after he or she is discharged. We help our clients avoid readmission and have a faster recovery period by ensuring our clients:
- Follow their medication administration schedule prescribed by their doctor
- Attend all follow-up appointments
- Eat an appropriate diet and participate in therapy exercises
- Receive encouragement, support, and companionship throughout the recovery process
A Smoother Transition from Hospital to Home
Because our clients need us on their terms, our caregivers are available anytime or anywhere. Contact a Care Manager at (937) 353-1412 to discuss a “Post-Hospital Care” transition plan that will allow for a quicker and more relaxing recovery.