Many patients discharged from an inpatient facility find themselves back in the hospital within 30 days due to lack of proper nutrition, irregular medication usage, dehydration or a fall.
We understand that taking time off to be in the hospital with a loved one is challenging. A hospital sitter can serve as a valuable resource to your family member who requires around-the-clock loving care. Certified nursing assistants and home health aides can help prevent accidents, such as falling or the pulling out of IV’s. Hospital sitters can be there to serve as a helping hand for your loved one through quality supervision, ensuring their comfort and safety. Hospital care sitters can also tend to nursing homes, rehabilitation centers and assisted living residences.
Discharge orders recommend assisted care for the next few days. Your hospital sitters can work to ensure that your loved one returns home, and stays there.
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