Hospital to Home Care Transition

When your loved one comes home from the hospital, they may face various challenges, but home care can help families overcome them with personalized support and tailored care plans.

Our Caregivers will be there every step of the way, providing rehabilitation support, gentle reminders, and companionship. Together, we’ll help your senior loved one regain their quality of life and achieve a faster, successful recovery.

Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

Home Care Partners takes proactive steps to decrease returns to the hospital. Caregivers work closely with the Care Management team and family members to provide needed support.

Home Care Partners helps prevent setbacks that could cause readmission. We do this by assisting with rehab plans, gently reminding and encouraging seniors, and making sure they stick to the plan.

By working with their Care Management team and using Home Care Partners caregivers, families can ensure their loved one gets the best possible care and support while healing. This will not just decrease the chances of going back to the hospital but also improve quality of life and enable faster, more successful recovery.

What is Included in Transition to Home Services?

  • In-Home Assisted Living Services
  • Caregiver/Companion Care
  • Care Management and Healthcare
  • Strength and Balance Programs
  • Transportation and Appointment Support
  • Community Activities and Running Errands
  • Improved Home Safety and Security
  • Part-Time or Full-Time Care
  • Specialized Training in Parkinson’s, Dementia, and Stroke Recovery
  • Assistance with Long-Term Care Insurance
  • 24-Hour Home Care Support
  • Discharge Packages Available

How Home Care Can Help with a Smooth Homecoming

Recovery at home can be easier with help from senior home care services. Home Care Partners provides care at home, including personal care, companionship, and support with daily tasks. They can go with seniors to appointments and give rides if needed.

Additionally, Home Care Partners can help with housekeeping, ensuring a clean and comfy place to recover.

One benefit of home care is medication reminders, making sure seniors take prescribed medications on time. This can prevent complications and promote faster healing.

Home Care Partners also offers emotional support and companionship, which can be important while recovering. They can be there to encourage loved ones, help with exercises, and provide comfort. With customized care plans and dedicated assistance, home care can greatly improve quality of life and help seniors regain strength and independence.

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Our team is not only dedicated to offering exceptional care, but to be your support system. We believe in going above and beyond by not only providing reliable senior home care but also being a source of comfort and assistance for families. We understand the challenges you may encounter, and we are here to help.

Over the past 5 years, Home Care Partners has been fortunate enough to receive multiple awards in recognition of our commitment to excellence. We are proud to have been named a top 3 local business in the highly esteemed Lincoln’s Choice Awards for three years. 

Monitoring Recovery and Excellent Communication

Keeping a close watch on recovery and having great communication with the care team and family members is a top priority.

After hospital discharge, it is important to stay in regular contact with a loved one’s care team to ensure their recovery is going as expected.

This can happen through normal check-ins, either in-person or by phone, to talk about any worries or questions.

Home Care Partners keeps family members informed, gives them peace of mind, and allows them to provide support when necessary.

Clear and open communication with the care team and family can help address any issues that pop up during recovery and prevent problems from getting worse.

By actively taking part in the healing process and keeping open communication lines, Home Care Partners can increase the likelihood of a successful and smooth transition from the hospital to home care.

Support for Activities of Daily Living

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are activities related to taking care of yourself at home. 

Do you have concerns about your loved one’s ability to perform their ADLs alone safely? 

They include showering, dressing, getting in and out of bed or a chair, walking, using the toilet, and eating.

Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) are things you do every day to take care of yourself and your home. They are one way to measure how well you can live on your own. While activities of daily living (ADLs) are focused on self-care, IADLs require more complex planning and thinking.

Sometimes aging and health problems make it hard to do these tasks.  Often, the first sign that a loved one needs help is when that person can’t do IADLs.

  • Are you able to use the phone? (This includes answering, calling others, and being aware of scams/fraud to protect your identity and your financial security. 
  • Are you able to shop for groceries, bring them home, and put them away?
  • Can you plan, heat, and serve appropriate meals 3 x day?
  • Polypharmacy: Do you have 5 or more medications/pills you are taking? This includes organizing them and taking them correctly.
  • Are you able to clean your home and maintain the needed upkeep?

If you are having trouble taking care of yourself or your home, a care team can help, and when you have the support you need, you can stay as independent as possible.

Collaborating Medical Professionals & Families

Working together with other medical professionals is important for successful hospital discharge. This makes sure every part of patient care is coordinated and the transition between settings goes smoothly.

The Care Management team can offer personalized support that considers the patient’s unique health condition, history, and recovery goals.

This tailored care plan lowers the risk of returning to the hospital and enables faster, more successful healing.

Collaboration also includes the patient’s family members. Home Care Partners’ caregivers team up closely with the Care Managers and family members to provide needed support. They help avoid setbacks leading to readmission and ensure the best possible care during recovery.

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Providing Hospital to Home Transition in Lincoln, Waverly, Hickman, Bennet, Firth, Malcolm, Hallam, Panama, Roca, Denton, Raymond, Sprague, Davey, and all of Lancaster County.

Frequently Asked Questions About Hospital to Home Transition

The recovery care service ensures ongoing communication with family members and care providers by collaborating closely with them, providing necessary support, and keeping everyone informed. You can trust that your loved one’s needs will be addressed and their recovery process will be well-monitored.

When creating your personalized care plan, the Care Management team considers their unique health condition, medical history, and recovery goals. They collaborate with care providers to ensure a smooth transition from hospital to home.

Caregivers collaborate with you, the family member, to provide necessary support and prevent setbacks. They work closely with you, offering assistance, reminders, and emotional support to ensure the best possible care and a successful recovery.

The recovery care service promotes a faster recovery and improved quality of life at home. It helps seniors regain strength and independence, brings peace of mind to the family, and supports a successful healing process.

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