Transitional Senior Home Care Assistance in Mullica Hill, NJ


Find out how transitional senior home care assistance prevents seniors from returning to the hospital after a long stay.


Nearly 15 percent of the United States population is over the age of 65. This number is expected to double over the next three decades. In addition to an increase in the overall age of the American population, it is expected that the number of seniors requiring care in the nation's hospitals will also increase proportionally.


While American hospitals struggle to keep up with the ever-expanding need for inpatient care, there is another area of care that will also be greatly impacted in the years to come: transitioning home care. In other words, what happens to seniors after their hospitalization?


Comfort Keepers Senior Home Care Assistance in Mullica Hill, NJ


While many seniors have family members or friends who can take care of them after discharge, many other seniors (currently close to 50 percent) live alone and do not have the level of social support necessary to help them through an illness or injury.


It is no wonder that nearly a quarter of seniors are readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge and another 20 percent within 60 days. A study published in Northwestern Medicine noted, "seniors were 54 percent more likely to be readmitted to the hospital compared to patients younger than 65 years".


Comfort Keepers transitioning senior home care assistance is designed to ensure seniors receive the physical supports, medication management, personal care, and transportation support they need to recover safely and effectively in the comfort of their own home.


In addition to helping a senior get back home, transitioning home care providers can pick up prescriptions, help seniors get to follow-up appointments, assist with a proper diet, reduce fall risks in the home, provide housekeeping and personal senior home care assistance, and provide essential social and emotional support.


In short, many seniors do not have the support they need to effectively and safely transition from the hospital to the home. Thankfully, with Comfort Keepers transitioning senior home care assistance, your senior loved one will have the support and care they need to heal and recover quickly and safely.

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