Being a caregiver to a loved one is no easy job, albeit an incredibly rewarding experience. Taking care of a loved one with dementia is another level of challenge in itself, with many finding it overwhelming and draining to say the least. Why is that so? Perhaps understanding the illness in a little bit more
AFTER HOSPITAL CARE
The support you need while you recover
Get in touch about after hospital care
Our team is always happy to answer any questions you have.
People of all ages need a bit of extra help while recovering from an injury or undergoing outpatient treatment. We work with your doctors and other healthcare professionals to understand the care you need to make sure you’re well taken care of.
Whether you just need a few hours of cleaning each week or comprehensive nursing care, we can help you get back on your feet as you recover. We’re also registered with the Transport Accident Commission and provide TAC funded care for people who have been in a car accident.
After hospital care services
Going home after a stay in hospital can be a difficult adjustment. We work closely with many hospitals across Melbourne to make sure you’re well supported with the right care for your needs. We focus our care on your recovery and lifestyle, according to your goals and preferences, including:
Health and wellbeing
Your health is the most important thing when you go home after a hospital stay. Whatever the details of your injury or illness, we make sure you’re looked after. Our health and wellbeing services include:
We can help you with a range of household tasks which may be difficult for you as you recover. We can help with anything you need around the house, including:
The right personal caregiver for you
We know the importance of the person providing your going home care. We match our caregivers to your personality so you can feel comfortable and supported at home. Choosing your caregiver includes:
Whether you need temporary care while you return to independence or if you need ongoing care, we can help you enjoy a high quality of life.
“Our caregivers are very perceptive and go the extra mile to do what makes us comfortable and at ease.”
“They’re very observant. If they see anything that needs to be done, they do it.”
Gloria and Ted
Find out more about our after hospital care services
For more information about going home care, see our information pack here. It has all the information new clients and families need in one place.
Get in touch with us about after hospital care
If you have any questions about how we can help you with going home care, don't hesitate to ask. Our team is always happy to help.
Our friendly team will get back to you within the business day.
The saying that “there’s no place like home” is one that resonates with everyone. Yet, having to leave home and live at somewhere else i.e. an aging facility when they get older is one worry that often plagues the mind of our seniors. It doesn’t have to be that way – successful senior independent living
Caregiving is the epitome of love. Be it you are taking care of an aging parent, a handicapped spouse or a sibling / child with physical or mental illness, providing care for a family member is the ultimate act of love. However, it is also not an easy job. In fact, it can be incredibly