Senior Care You Can Trust
Inclusive Senior Care’s Post-Surgical Care services offer specialized and compassionate support to individuals recovering from medical procedures within the comfort and familiarity of their own homes. Our dedication lies in providing a safe and comfortable environment for seniors to heal and regain their strength while actively minimizing the risk of complications and enhancing overall well-being.
Our experienced and caring caregivers work closely with seniors and their medical teams to implement personalized care plans, including wound care, medication management, mobility assistance, and emotional support.
We understand that recovering from surgery can be challenging, and we are committed to providing the support and care seniors need to get back on their feet. Our services are available 24/7, and we can work with you to create a care plan that fits your individual needs and budget.
Please get in touch with us today to learn more about our post-surgical senior home care services. We would happily answer any of your questions and schedule a free consultation.
We offer a wide range of services to meet the specific needs of each individual, including:
- Wound care: Our caregivers can help seniors with wound dressing changes, monitor for infection signs, and apply compression bandages.
- Medication management: Our caregivers can help seniors take their medications as prescribed, track their medication intake, and refill prescriptions.
- Mobility assistance: Our caregivers can help seniors with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and toileting. They can also help seniors with ambulation (walking) and transfer activities (moving from one place to another).
- Rehabilitation exercises: Our caregivers can help seniors with exercises that promote healing and recovery. These exercises may include range-of-motion exercises, strengthening exercises, and balance exercises.
- Emotional support: Our caregivers can provide emotional support to seniors feeling anxious, depressed, or lonely during their recovery. They can also help seniors connect with social activities and support groups.