Discharging from the hospital to return to the comfort of your home can be a great relief. For some patients, this transition period may require additional home care services. Below are a few considerations to ensure your recovery is as successful as possible.
Arranging In-Home Care
Preparing the Home
It is appropriate to evaluate the home setting prior to discharge. Family members or trusted loved ones can be a help during this time by making the necessary changes. Tasks may include stocking the refrigerator and pantry with foods and liquids needed for recovery. It is important to maintain safety by clearing pathways to the bedroom and bathroom areas. For suggestions on how to make your home suitable for recovery after hospital discharge, consult with an in-home care provider.
Finding Help with In-Home Care
In the hospital, patients have access to the medical personnel and care they need. Upon discharge, many patients require private duty home care or private duty skilled nursing. Private duty caregivers and private duty nurses at Trinity Life at Home have the experience required to care for complex medical issues.
Private duty services with Trinity Life at Home include…
- Bathroom Assistance
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Medication Reminders/Management
- Diabetic Care
- Ostomy Care
- Vent and Tracheotomy Care
- Wound Care
The Care You Need in Your Home
Contact Trinity Life at Home Today
Trinity Life at Home’s caregivers and nurses are available to provide the care you need in the comfort and convenience of your home. Our services allow our clients to remain as independent as possible and provide peace of mind to families.
We offer support for…
- Daily Living Assistance
- In-Home Memory Care
- Private Duty Skilled Nursing
- Post-Op Recovery Care
- And More
To learn more about our in-home care services, please fill out the contact form on our website or give us a call at 678-731-0831. You can also follow us on Facebook to learn more about Trinity Life at Home.
“I used Trinity for short-term post-surgery care after an abdominal hysterectomy. My initial contact, Paula, went WAY above and beyond the call of duty in driving out with her husband a couple days after my surgery to help me get my car home from the hospital. The flexibility to add/cancel scheduled time was especially helpful in my situation since I really had no way to know for sure what I would need.
I would definitely use Trinity again in a similar situation and wouldn’t have any reservations about recommending them to others.”
— M Jordan