The impacts from a fall, injury or surgical procedure can range in both severity and duration of recovery. From sudden mishaps to scheduled operations, it isn’t uncommon to require a hospital stay at point in your life. Once discharged, however, you may find yourself in further need of assistance. A helping hand to complete daily living tasks and personal care routines may be needed during the recovery process, and this is certainly understandable. For some, relying on family members becomes necessary during this time. However, those who live alone, far from loved ones or near those unable to provide care may face longer hospital stays or admittance into a care facility.
A trusted name in in-home caregiver referral services, we at Aqua Home Care refer trusted caregivers for those recovering from surgery, falls and other injuries. With our reputable registry of reliable, highly-trained home health aides and certified nursing assistants, we pair caregivers with their clients based on needs, personality and schedule. Whether facing a short or long-term recovery process, in-home care recipients benefit from everyday living care, including:
- Bathing, grooming and personal hygiene
- Dressing and undressing
- Using the facilities
- Meal preparation and assistance
- Getting in and out of bed
- Mobility assistance
- Medication reminders
- Heavy cleaning
- Transportation to doctor appointments, physical therapy and to refill prescriptions
- Hourly, daily or live-in care
- And more
Returning home from a hospital stay can be both relieving and overwhelming. The road to recovery can be filled with ups and downs from moments of making progress to the times when frustrations surface from feeling restricted. Here at Aqua Home Care, we understand the highs and lows that come with healing. We will find a compassionate caregiver who is ready to provide the in-home care services you need to start feeling like yourself again. If you or a loved one is facing the recovery process, know that we at Aqua Home Care have the experience and the resources to find the care you need to help you recuperate in the calming, familiar surroundings of your own home.