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Visiting Angels GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
1290 E Arlington Blvd #112
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: 252-227-9080
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How Transitional Care in Greenville Reduces Hospital Readmissions

Ready, Set, Go Home with Transitional Care

After a stay at the hospital, your loved one may be dreaming of their return home. However, they may not be as ready to jump back into the swing of things as they believe. Transitional care can help ensure they have the support they require as they make the transition from their hospital stay back to their independent life at home in Greenville.

At Visiting Angels® Greenville, our motivation lies in helping seniors live a life of their choosing. For most elderly adults, this means remaining at home in their golden years. Unfortunately, when an illness or injury requires a senior to spend time in the hospital, it can be difficult for them to get their independence back. Above all, hospital readmissions are a significant risk for this age group. We've designed a complete transitional care program called Ready, Set, Go Home to help seniors in this situation overcome related difficulties and return to their everyday lives at home.

Understanding the Importance of Transitional Care

Only 30 days after leaving the hospital, almost one in five seniors on Medicare find themselves readmitted. This scenario is quite common, but often misunderstood. It's important to understand the circumstances that lead to preventable complications and rehospitalizations among elderly adults.

Seniors often struggle with basic daily routines after being in the hospital. Exhaustion can play a huge role in this, as can mobility limitations, lingering symptoms, and new and unfamiliar instructions from physicians. When they do not have someone by their side helping them out at home, seniors may skip important steps, throwing a wrench in their recovery and increasing their risk of a return to the hospital.

How Ready, Set, Go Home Helps Seniors in Greenville

Ready, Set, Go Home gives seniors the helping hand they need, providing support before the hospital discharge occurs and after they return home. First, we supply families with our Ready, Set, Go Home discharge planning guide to assist with preparations. Then, we create a customized home care plan based on the insights seniors have acquired from their doctors about the areas in which they will need extra support. Caregivers can deliver personalized services ranging from a helping hand with personal care to supervision, medication reminders, and transport to follow-up appointments.

Discover the difference that our transitional care program at Visiting Angels Greenville can make for your loved one. Request your free consultation in Greenville, New Bern, Morehead City, Washington, Winterville, Farmville, or a nearby community today!

Serving Greenville, New Bern, Morehead City, Oriental, NC and the Surrounding Communities

Visiting Angels GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
1290 E Arlington Blvd #112
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: 252-227-9080
Fax: x