Did your loved one just have surgery or a medical procedure done? Let a referred caregiver assist in referring caregivers to provide care during those weeks after the surgery or procedure. A caregiver can offer non-medical, personalized care and support so that your loved one can rest and have a full recovery. They can work with family members, doctors and hospitals to make sure all your needs will be met.
Caregivers may provide personal care services when needed following surgery. These services may include bathing and hygiene assistance, lavatory care, dressing, grooming, transferring and repositioning, and range of motion exercises.
Your loved one may only need companion care services following surgery. Referred caregivers may provide general companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, and transportation for errands and post-surgery appointments.