Our Coming Home Program

Quality Elderly Care Napa Seniors Can Come Home To

Following a patient’s discharge from a hospital or rehab center, we provide expert non-medical home care to help he or she regain mobility, independence and comfort at home.

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Hired Hands Homecare offers superior senior care in California. Learn more about our Coming Home Program and why we’re most recommended for elderly care Napa families can trust.

Our support plays an active roll in increasing favorable outcomes and decreasing preventable re-admissions. To produce a superior transition home, Hired Hands Homecare is proud to offer our innovative Coming Home Service: a complimentary pre-discharge conference plus an hour-long care manager and caregiver training session with your facility’s interdisciplinary team, including nursing, nutrition, and therapy.

Our Coming Home service integrates our caregiving team with Rehab and Nursing teams prior to discharge to promote better outcomes by:

• Orienting the Homecare Team with the patient’s particular set of needs
• Establishing a specific Plan of Care, post discharge
• Improving communication between care teams during transfer
• Ensuring safety during the transition home
• Equipping the Homecare Team to best support recovery and rehabilitation, 
   in turn lowering recurrent admission rates
• Promoting patient well-being and highest possible quality of life back home

Our in home care services include:

• Assistance with all Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
   such as dressing, toileting, transfers and walking
• Personal hygiene, bathing, including incontinence care
• Meal preparation and food shopping
• Housekeeping assistance
• Assistance with excercises and activity
• Medication reminders
• Memory care for Alzheimer’s or dementia
• Transportation, errands and misc shopping
• Socialization and companionship


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