For those recovering from injury or illness, or returning home after a hospital stay, the recover period is a crucial time which affects long-term health. It can be difficult to find help at home, especially for individuals who live alone. Alliance Home Health Care serving Muskegon, MI is proud to provide transitional care services from a trained home care aide. We will work to increase your loved one's chances of a successful recovery which will raise his or her quality of life moving forward.
One important recovery aspect is having a proper nutrition regimen and following medication directions. A home care aide will be able to assist with meal planning, preparation, and feeding. They will also shop for groceries, ensuring that a healthy diet will provide the proper nutrients to speed recovery. Equally important, we ensure that your doctor’s medical direction is followed, and that medication is taken on schedule and advice about which foods can or cannot be eaten with the prescription is acknowledged.
Another way to help the recovery process is to ensure that your loved one can rest in a safe, clean environment. This is best accomplished with the help of a trained caregiver who will be able to provide for your loved one’s unique needs. We offer assistance with daily tasks around the house, so that your family member can focus on recovery and personal growth rather than chores. Light housekeeping, clutter removal, linen changing, and laundry are some of our included services.
It can be difficult getting to and from appointments for those who live alone and are recovering from an illness or injury. Since physical therapy and doctor follow-ups are essential to making a complete recovery, it is important to have reliable transportation. Our caregivers are carefully screened, insured, and possess a clean driving record. They allow your loved one the freedom to schedule an appointment without worrying about the family’s availability to offer a ride. A home care aide will accompany your family member to doctor’s appointments and will relay important notes to the family for patients who may be forgetful. We provide emotional support in order to decrease the stress involved with visiting a doctor.
If you would like to learn more about our transitional care services or have a loved one in need of assistance after a hospital stay, please contact our office serving Muskegon, MI.
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