What is the Recovery Care?
Following a stay in hospital, most people want to go back home as soon as they can, and statistics show that the recovery at home is much more quicker than in hospitals. The Recovery Care is an ideal solution for patients who need support at home until they are healthy enough to resume the normal life.
When is the Recovery Care needed?
- following the stay in hospital, during a period of time your mobility will be limited
- you require temporary support with daily living tasks in and around your home
- you need assistance with personal care (washing or dressing) until you can resume your normal life
- you need assistance to drive or to be accompanied to various appointments
- you would like some companionship during the recovery period
- if your family are your carers, they might need a break for a while
Choose the right type of care
If you need to discuss more about the Recovery Care, or if you want us to introduce to you a suitable carer, with the skills and experience that complement your needs and preferences, you can contact Le Temp Care on 0800 195 6647, send us an e-mail on email@example.com, or complete our enquiry form.
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