Home Care Help of Lincoln, Nebraska, the leading provider of in-home care for seniors, is happy to announce the Hospital to Home Care program, a thorough set of tutorial resources for families handling the hard transition home after hospitalizing. The programme helps families prepare for discharge, manage the unique needs of post-hospitalization patients and coordinate recovery at home. “The hospitalization and discharge experience is a source of tremendous uneasiness for patients and their families,” related Amy Harris, Director of Client Care for Home Care Help. “People are placed in a difficult situation, regularly without the resources they need to make the best long-term calls for their family and friends. As the number one experts in post-hospitalization care, we needed to provide families everywhere with the information and guidance they need to manage every step of the discharge process and recovery at home.” . The program is supported by the book, “From Surgery to Home Care,” authored by Home Care Assistance co-founders Dr. Kathy Johnson, Dr . James Johnson and Lily Sarafan.
The book offers a all-inclusive outline of the challenges and resources associated with each step in the transition from surgery to the home, explains the discharge process from an inpatient surgery stay, outlines common issues associated with precise medical problems, debates the unique wishes of lately hospitalized patients and emphasizes the importance of home care in patient outcomes and quality of life. Home Care Help is also excited to unveil HospitaltoHomeCare a free online resource for families looking for information regarding the discharge process and recovery at home. “We hope to supply comfort and provide education to patients and families going thru the infirmary discharge process with these resources,” said Matt Nyberg, President of Home Care Help Lincoln, NE. “Getting seniors into their houses with the correct level of care is important to the recovery process. We find that families are not always well informed about this process or prepared for what to expect.” . Infirmary to Home Care is an element of a long term initiative at Home Care Assistance to prompt recovery and rehabilitation at home while reducing preventable hospital readmissions.
Alongside the mental and emotional benefits of recovery at home, patients also benefit from dedicated one-on-one support from a carer. Additionally, patients avoid the infection risk associated with care facilities and enjoy larger freedom outside of a fixed setting. “We have been able to help clients with their post-hospitalization recovery at home and now we’ve managed to transfer that expertise into informative resources for the public.
A 16-page PDF guide to the discharge and recovery process is available for free at HospitaltoHomeCare news release distribution For more information about Home Care Assistance or to learn more about the change from infirmary to home, please feel free to visit HomeCareLincoln or call 402-261-5158. About Home Care Assistance . Home Care Assistance is the premier supplier of home care for seniors across the US and Canada. Our mission is to modify the way that the world ages. We provide older adults with quality care that permits them to live more happy, healthier lives at home.
Our services are seperated by the caliber of our carers, the responsiveness of our staff and our experience in Live-In care. We embrace a positive, balanced approach to ageing targeted on the evolving needs of older adults. For more info about Home Care Assistance, our services and franchise opportunities, visit homecareassistance or homecareassistance.