If your loved one lives alone and has recently had surgery or is recovering from a heart attack, stroke, or injury, you’re undoubtedly concerned about his or her care after leaving the hospital. You may be worried that it will be too challenging for your parent to recover at home and that he or she may end up having to be readmitted to the hospital or go to a rehab facility.
With surgery in particular, the first 30 days after the procedure are a critical period during recovery, and the caregivers from Assisting Hands of Columbus are trained to meet your loved one’s post-surgical needs.
Your loved one’s return home from the hospital should go as smoothly and easily as possible, and we can make sure that happens. Our caregivers can provide high-quality assistance with every part of the recovery process, including:
- Help with personal hygiene
- Assistance with bathing and dressing
- Medication reminders and monitoring
- Meal preparation
- Transportation to follow-up appointments with doctors
- Light housekeeping
Reach out to Assisting Hands of Columbus to help your loved one get back on his or her feet and add life to his or her years!