After the initial release from a hospital or wellness place, a senior may find it hard to cope with the transitional period that comes along with the release. That is why Alliance is an in home care provider specializing in transitional care for seniors who are living at home and wish to continue staying home. We can help your senior loved one get the proper care they require while keeping their quality of life high and making sure they have the best transitional period experience.
What Alliance aims to achieve as an in home care provider is to provide the most personalized and effective transitional phase care to our senior clients. Our program is designed to aid in the recovery of a patient who may have experienced a significant injury, illness, or other health event. Our care providers are trained to give the best transitional care – including help with daily meal regiments, medications, lifestyle, daily activities and errands, and to make sure the client has a speedy recovery.
Alliance caregivers provide assistance with getting groceries, providing meaningful companionship, planning meals, and feeding help when necessary. Being a thoughtful in home care provider means keeping track of medications and frequency of care given and monitoring any and all food interactions during the medication process.
Recovering from an illness or other health event is a stressful and daunting endeavor, and it is often very hard to keep up with the housework that is needed and all other errands that need to be completed. As your senior loved one recovers, our dedicated caregivers help with the housekeeping work that makes it easier for them to focus on recovering. Even help with simple tasks such as dishes and getting the mail can make the quality of life of a recovering senior so much higher. Keeping the senior’s household running enables them to relax and let their bodies heal. Keeping an environment that is clean, as simple as it sounds, is essential to the recovery of an individual, especially a senior with a possibly weaker immune system.
Another reason why Alliance is a top in home care provider is because we understand that the recovery process is tough and your senior will need the proper assistance to ensure they can continue to see their physician, surgeon, therapist, or any other medical professional. Alliance care providers can help in the transportation of our senior clients to and from appointments, ensuring that their recovery process isn’t hindered by these sorts of issues.
If you have a senior loved one that you would like to get signed up for our transitional care program, visit our website or schedule an in-home consultation today.
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