In Home Health Care in Jupiter Florida

In home health care helps seniors with the transition home.

According to statistics from the United States Census Bureau, the nation’s population of aging adults is growing at an astounding rate. As the growth trend continues, so does the number of seniors requiring medical treatment due to auto accidents, accidental falls, respiratory or cardiac diagnosis, terminal illnesses and joint replacements.

 

Making sure the hospitals are equipped and prepared to accommodate the growth in demand for these services is only one of the challenges that the growing population presents. In addition to this challenge, seniors and family members are faced with the challenging of determining what happens to the loved ones once they are released from the hospital.

 

In many cases, seniors have family members, friends and other loved ones to assist them following their release from the hospital. There are some who at least have a friend, church or club member that can pick them up and get them home following discharge from the hospital. Unfortunately, almost half of current aging adults live by themselves and half don’t have the social and physical support they need following a hospital stay. This leads to at least 20 percent of the seniors being readmitted to the hospital, soon after they are released. In home health care provisions make it possible for seniors to transition home safely and without the interruption of having to return to the hospital.

 

In home health care in Jupiter Florida

Many times, seniors don’t have adequate care when they return home from a hospital stay. Comfort Keepers In home health care service is an essential tool in the recovery process and can help the senior resume a normal or close to normal lifestyle. The caregivers can provide physical support, medication management, transportation support and personal care.

 

In addition to the standard support services, in home health care is also available for seniors facing other challenges such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The care is customized to better accommodate the needs of the family and the senior.

 

The transition home does not have to be stressful and with the professional and proven approach of Comfort Keepers, the senior can return home to a safe and comfortable environment. If you would like to talk to one of our professionals about how we can help your loved one in their transition, call us today at (561) 449-8247, we are available 24/7. 

 

 

 

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