Recover from a hospital stay in your own home with SYNERGY HomeCare Charleston


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Best post-hospital strategy for recovery

Try one-on-one care in your own home

Faster recovery—great for new moms, too
Whether planned or unexpected, surgery or hospitalization means that your body has gone through an experience that requires time to heal. We can be part of your recovery team. We can smooth the transition from the operating room to the home or from rehab to home to ensure your recovery time is optimal.

Recovering from an illness can be a full-time job, especially when your doctor tells you to get plenty of rest and there are simply some things you can’t ignore. Life doesn’t always wait for you to recover fully and if you happen to “overdo it,” your recovery may take longer than expected.

Did you know?

Having in-home care dramatically reduces your chances of re-hospitalization.
The top three reasons seniors are readmitted before 30 days are:
1. A fall
2. Mix-up with medicine
3. Dehydration

Hospitals hope you'll use non-medical home care upon release. Why? Studies indicate seniors who use in-home care after surgery are 25% less likely to be readmitted to the hospital. Hospitals particularly love that because they are penalized financially for re-admissions. That said, you can be quite confident that doctors will not release you until they're sure you can recover at home, or a long-term care facility, a rehab, or wherever you call home.

One-on-one care with pandemic safety protocol

During the pandemic, the safest place to recover is in your own home with caregivers who have gone through a six-step safety protocol before entering your home. Additionally, with in-home care, you'll have one-on-one attention instead of having one caregiver who has seven other patients—this alone will help you heal faster and reduce COVID-19 exposure.

What’s the best way to recover at home?

Home care is a great prescription when recovering from an illness or surgery. Having a caregiver allows you to concentrate on regaining your health while your caregiver helps around the house, keeping the household running efficiently. A caregiver can also help in the recovery process by creating healthy meals, offering timely medication reminders, and taking you to follow-up health appointments. As you or a loved one recover from an illness, you will recover faster when you follow your doctor’s recovery plan.

Home care provides one-on-one care, unlike sharing a caregiver with a half dozen other recuperating patients. And at home, you don’t have to share a bathroom or listen to a stranger snore throughout the night.

Our care team members can assist with:

  • Adapting the home environment for safety and independence

  • Collaboration with speech, occupational and physical therapists

  • Providing transportation for follow up medical appointments

  • Meal planning and preparation

  • Reminders for medication regimen

  • Enhanced social activity and companionship

  • Light household tasks

We’ve got it covered for you

As professional and compassionate caregivers, you can trust your choice of SYNERGY HomeCare to have all the bases covered, especially these, which are the answers to new clients’ most frequently asked questions:

  • Background checks. Caregivers have undergone and passed a national background check.

  • Relevant experience. SYNERGY HomeCare has caregivers with experience caring for people struggling with the same illness or condition affecting your loved one.

  • Backup care. If the caregiver is sick or doesn’t work out, we can find a replacement quickly.

  • Communication. We have open communication, provide status reports, and are available 24/7 if you have questions or concerns.

  • Fast upgrades. If the care level or diagnosis changes, we can quickly provide a caregiver with more training.

  • Liability protection. If a caregiver is injured on the job, our insurance covers the cost.

Recovery from surgery

As older adults recuperate following surgery, they may be uncomfortable and need lots of emotional support and help doing simple everyday tasks. We're here to help with tailored care plans that allow your parent or loved one to receive the attentive care they need at an affordable price.

  • Hourly assistance to around-the-clock care

  • Coordination and scheduling with therapists and specialists

  • Medication reminders for treatment and prevention

  • Fall and injury prevention

  • Change in condition alerts

  • Transportation and scheduling of doctors’ appointments

  • Housekeeping, meal preparation and nutrition

  • Prescription drug pickups

  • Assistance with daily activities

One of five seniors is readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of their discharge. With a caregiver, seniors recover faster at home and typically are not readmitted to the hospital.

In-home care is more economical than a hospital stay or a rehab facility, plus you get the bonus of having undivided, one-on-one attention with your caregiver.

How we can help with ortho rehab

As you or your child or parent recovers from orthopedic surgery—whether hip implants or a shoulder, hip or elbow procedure—it’s vitally important that they carefully follow their doctor’s directions for rehabilitation. The exercises for strength and range of motion must be performed on the prescribed schedule to avoid continued weakness or even loss of function.

While our caregivers don’t provide rehab services, we assist by scheduling rehabilitation appointments and providing round-trip transportation. Our caregivers also can take your loved one on regular walks if needed for their recovery or offer friendly reminders to do their home rehabilitation exercises.

After a stroke home care

Stroke is all-too-common in the elderly, and recovery is an ongoing process. Our stroke caregivers have experience and training in caring for stroke patients.
Which of the caregiver services below are most important to you and your loved one's recovery?

  • Hourly assistance to around-the-clock care

  • Companionship, calming anxiety, stress and depression common among stroke patients

  • Coordination and scheduling with therapists and specialists

  • Medication reminders for treatment and prevention

  • Fall and injury prevention

  • Change in condition alerts

  • Transportation and scheduling of doctors’ appointments

  • Housekeeping, meal preparation, and nutrition

Easing the cancer recovery process

We make all the difference during cancer recovery—from young to old. Our caregivers can keep up with household tasks, communicate with long-distance family members about a loved one's progress, and ensure the highest quality in-home care during nausea, anemia, pain and other complications. We can create a customized care plan to meet your loved one's needs that includes one or more of the following services:

  • Scheduling, transportation, and companionship for treatments and doctor's appointments

  • Watchful care during recovery from routine treatments

  • Prescription drug pickups

  • Assistance with daily activities

  • Housekeeping, meal preparation, and nutrition

We have the privilege of bonding with cancer patients and their families as they undergo chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. If this is a prospect you’re facing for yourself, your spouse, child or other loved one, we are ready to provide you and your family with the moral support, encouragement and physical caregiving you’ll need while battling the disease.

There are many ways to help ease cancer treatments. With each person our in-home caregivers help, our goal is to give them the least stressful and most comfortable recovery experience, given the unpleasant side effects of standard cancer therapy.

From keeping up with household tasks to communicating with long-distance family members about a loved one’s progress to ensuring the highest quality in-home care during nausea, anemia, pain, infection, and other complications, we can make all the difference during cancer recovery.

Restful recuperation and recovery
Sometimes, just thinking about all the things you need to do at home when you are released from the hospital can make you tired and depressed. You don’t need to do it alone. Even if you have a family waiting for you at home, they have their lives to live too, so taking care of you can throw a wrench in everyone’s daily lives. Having home care can be the answer for you to have a restful healing and recovery time.

Call us and we can discuss your recovery plans. The difference between having help or doing it alone will have a tremendous effect on your health and recovery time. Get back to your life faster and healthier with in-home care.

We can help. Call today   (843)936-2982  

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