Hope Senior Home Care Announces
“Hope at Home Transitions” Service
Program to Assist Seniors with Returning Home After Hospitalization or Rehabilitative Care
Grosse Pointe and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – Hope Senior Home Care has launched a new initiative – Hope at Home Transitions – to assist individuals and seniors returning home after a hospitalization or other medical or physical rehabilitation. The program provides short term in-home care, which is customized for each personal situation.
“We continue to see families challenged to find affordable, reliable and appropriate care for their loved ones after a medical episode or situation,” said Terri Murphy, President of Hope Senior Home Care. “We have offered these in-home services for many years and now are formalizing them into a comprehensive plan that our clients can understand and navigate. This program addresses the needs of families with short-term care needs.”
Hope at Home Transitions allows families to make arrangements quickly for an impending hospital release. Services can be coordinated within 24 hours, providing short term care – up to and including 24-hour “round the clock” care.
“Oftentimes, the need for care arises quickly – overnight, in some cases. We’ve seen the scramble to make accommodations – finding quality care with a predictable fee structure isn’t easy, but we’ve made it easy,” Murphy said. “We are available 24/7 and work with families to create an action plan they are comfortable with, and we guide them every step of the way so they are confident in their care plan.”
Murphy founded Hope Senior Home Care after her personal experience caring for her own parents. Each service offering of Hope is carefully designed with family in mind, and ensuring a qualified, reliable caregiver will tend to your loved one. Services include meal planning, medication arrangements, personal and hygiene care, companionship and overnight monitoring, among other things.
More information on Hope at Home can be found on the website at hopeseniorhomecare.com.