The Transitions of Care Program offered by ComForCare North Wake County provides clients with one-time care assistance. Our nurses are able to evaluate needs and follow a client’s discharge plan. This can include developing a personalized routine based on the plan provided and conducting home safety checks as needed, which ensures a safe living environment. ComForCare can assist with transporting your loved one from a medical facility to an assisted living community or to their home in northern Wake County, North Carolina.
With hospital-to-home transition care, our caregivers can provide transportation services and assist with meal preparation, running errands, medication and appointment reminders, household chores and clients’ self-care education. Our team members are happy to help your loved ones because we understand it's important to provide individuals with supervision and assistance after a hospital discharge in order to ensure their safety and well-being. For older adults, continuing to monitor care after release from a facility is crucial for a full recovery. If an individual requires around-the-clock care following a hospital discharge, ComForCare is happy to provide a helping hand.
We understand sometimes the reason for a hospital stay is due to something that affects the individual’s ability to perform everyday activities during their recovery period. In this situation, ComForCare can develop and update, as needed, a care plan to help meet your loved one’s needs on a continual basis.
Our transitions of care services in northern Wake County, North Carolina can include medication reminders, condition monitoring, transportation, family respite, companionship and personal care. With ComForCare at your side, you can rest assured knowing your loved ones will be receiving the best care possible from our highly qualified caregivers.
Please give our office a call at 919-647-9150 to learn more about transitions of care services through ComForCare North Wake County.