Helping Seniors Prepare for a Successful Recovery After Hospital Discharge

When someone is discharged from the hospital, it means that their doctor has determined that they have recovered enough to no longer need hospital-level care.  This does not always mean that they are fully recovered.  They may still require extra care for weeks, or even months, after discharge.  This may result in a short stay at a skilled nursing facility.  If this is not the case, your senior will most likely require some extra support in their transition back home.  Total Care Connections will help you and your loved one make this transition successful, meaning that your senior continues their recovery without major problems or readmission to the hospital.

Total Care Connections can work in tandem with Medicare-paid home healthcare to provide the needed support for your senior.  Our private duty home care services supplement what Medicare does not cover, and services remain intact as long as the patient needs them which is usually long after the Medicare home health benefit ends.  We can provide support in the following areas to keep your senior transition back home safely:

  • Caregiving Services
    • Bathing & Shower Assistance
    • Dressing Assistance
    • Restroom Assistance
    • Transfer Assistance
    • Makeup & Personal Appearance
    • Medication Reminders
    • Transportation to Doctor’s Appointments
    • Cleaning & Housekeeping
    • Shopping & Errands
    • Alzheimer’s & Memory Care
    • Positive & Uplifting Conversation
    • Engaging Activities & Outings
    • Light Exercise and Mental Stimulation
    • Collaborative Menu Planning
    • Light Gardening & Outdoor Activities
    • Reading & Discussion
    • Full Menu & Meal Preparation

At Total Care Connections, we have been serving families across Arizona for over 11 years.  We know that you deserve the best when it comes to the ones that you love.  And that is what you get when choosing Total Care Connections.


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