Individuals with illnesses or injuries are provided with recovery care. Recovery care covers both medical and non-medical care services that are performed by professionals whose collective aim is to see their patients get better.
Recovery care takes place in hospitals, where patients are already admitted or in other care facilities designed to administer recovery care services. However, patients also have the option to receive recovery care in the comfort of their own homes. Apart from comfort and familiarity, the other benefits of receiving in-home recovery care include the following:
- Patients may be easily monitored by their loved ones.
- Patients no longer have to adjust to the environment in hospital rooms or separate care facilities.
The actual services provided through in-home recovery care are often non-medical and concern assistance with activities of daily living such as personal care, housekeeping, as well as transportation. In-home recovery care is offered by such agencies as Helping Hands Health Care, a home care service provider in Hawaii.
The agency’s in-home recovery care program is designed to supplement the medical services that patients receive for their illness or injury through a healthcare service provider in Hawaii. It may be availed in a variety of time frames depending on the patients’ specific conditions and treatment plans.