For seniors returning home after a long hospital stay, oftentimes they might need extra help and care during the first few weeks to make a full recovery.
Transitional care is specifically tailored to help our clients avoid preventable hospital readmission. Our caregivers can serve as a reminder to take medication on time, assist with daily tasks, and provide an overall helping hand. Transitional care with 1776 may what your loved one needs to avoid unnecessary hospital readmission. We can help.
While anybody who is discharged from the hospital needs some kind of aftercare assistance to avoid rehospitalization, the demand for seniors is much greater. In fact, nearly 1 in 5 Medicare patients were discharged from a hospital are readmitted within 30 days. Why?
Oftentimes, seniors can make mistakes such as:
During a transition, if poorly managed, can lead to emotional and physical stress for both clients and caregivers. The patient’s preferences and personal goals may not be passed from one to the next. That’s why we make it our mission to manage all the important parts to avoid preventable hospital readmission.
For those seniors living on their own, recovering from a hospital without assistance can put them at risk. Readmission can slow the healing process and decrease the overall quality of life and independence. Oftentimes families become overwhelmed with the responsibilities associated with additional care from the hospital to home. That’s where transitional care management from 1776 can help. Our transitional care plans include:
Transitional care from 1776 is available on a part-time, full time, or 24-hour basis, including weekends and holidays. When you choose 1776 as your transitional care provider for your loved one, know that our dedicated caregivers are there with you every step through the process, providing our best guidance and lending a helping hand when necessary.
Interested in learning more about our transitional care plans? Contact us today to get a free in-home consultation and quote for no cost to you.