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Transitioning Home After Post Acute Care


Making the transitioning home from a post-acute care facility can be overwhelming, but achieving that in a safe and healthy manner is our goal. We want you to not only achieve those results but maintain them in your lifestyle. Here are 3 tips to help you transition smoothly.

Continue the care. Our skilled nurses give you the best care and support possible, and we know it can be hard to maintain a proper care routine without them. But make sure you are keeping up with those plans and routines to avoid a relapse.

Communicate. Just because you’re home doesn’t mean you can’t stay in contact. We are here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have.

Home Monitoring. There’s plenty of new technology that allows relatives to watch, monitor and even communicate with senior family members through virtual platforms. There are also apps that make logging medication and sustaining good health easier.

Remission is something that should be avoided at all costs. We want to give you the best lifestyle post-hospital care. Contact us today for more advice on how to transitioning home. Contact South Coast Post Acute to learn more.

Real People. Remarkable Care. South Coast Post Acute.

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