Transitional Care

Helping clients bridge the distance from hospital to home with in-home transitional care

Return home from the hospital or rehab center with the SUPPORT and CONFIDENCE you need for a full recovery.  Studies show that recently discharged patients are at high risk for re-hospitalization unless they receive support at home by caregivers trained to look for declining conditions.

Coming home after an extended hospital or rehabilitation center stay can be a happy time, but it can also be stressful for both the patient and the family. Open Arms bridges the distance from hospital to home by offering in-home transitional care following hospitalization or extended rehabilitation.

During the first few critical days following surgery, extended hospitalization or rehabilitation, a Welcome Home with Open Arms care coordinator and a caregiver will help patients transition home and make a comfortable and full recovery.

  • Post-discharge care
  • Confirming services and equipment
  • Medication management and reconciliation
  • Home safety
  • Transportation
  • Picking up prescriptions
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Grocery shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Linen service
  • Personal laundry
  • Light housekeeping

We can also provide nursing support services above and beyond what Medicare may cover which include medication management, shots, diabetes management, feeding or tracheostomy tube management, oxygen, and urological foley catheters.