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Post-Operative Home Care Services

Post-Operative Care is Key to a Successful Recovery

Any time someone has surgery, there’s usually a period of recovery. This period includes lots of rest and a routine to help you return to normal activities as soon as possible.

Depending on the extent of the surgery, most patients will need help for days after the surgery. Most will need help until they have recovered and can resume normal activities. That’s where Home Helpers can be of help.


After surgery, there are many details to manage. It's important that the patient is comfortable and their surgical dressings are clean. They also need to take their medication on time and make sure they tend to their immediate needs. Depending on the surgery, the doctor will provide the patient with orders to follow. These orders give guidance on how the patient will get up and move around to maintain the body’s functions.

Call (303) 225-5832 and schedule your free In-Home Care Assessment today. Find the right Caregiver for your loved one.

To help the patient have the best recovery, we'll assign them a certified nursing aide. Only the physician can help you decide whether you need extended care around the clock. One benefit of having a caregiver is ensuring the patient is comfy, safe, and as pain-free as possible. Having the post-surgery support is key to reducing recovery time. Snd helping the patient return to normal life. Post-surgery support is the best way to ensure your recovery time is quick and the healthy.

What to Expect from Post-Surgery Care

When you come home from the hospital, you might experience some fatigue. You may also notice that you might be feeling pain and might be very fatigued. This is very common and should not alarm you. It is your body’s way of kicking into its God-given healing mode, which helps you to rest. You can save all your energy for healing and recovery. It's important that when you come home from the hospital, you and your family are aware of the help you might need.

If you come from a big family, you already know that well-meaning relatives want to help, but busy schedules often make that difficult. Most loved ones would rather spend their time hanging out with you, rather than overseeing your medical needs. This is the perfect time to bring in a qualified home health worker who can free family up to just be a support system.

Post-Operative Care Services from Home Helpers

At Home Helpers, our trained and professional caregivers will help surgery patients during the hardest days, weeks or months following their procedure. Our trained caregivers will provide you with assistance to meet your day-to-day needs and can help you complete many of the following tasks:

  • Home Recovery Care Services Include:
  • Bathing
  • Dental hygiene care
  • Using the restroom
  • Getting dressed
  • Getting in and out of bed
  • Physical therapy
  • Meal preparation and planning
  • Laundry
  • Light housekeeping
  • Transportation to and from appointments
  • Companionship

These are just a few examples of how our highly skilled and knowledgeable caregivers can spend time with you and your family following your surgery. They are available to assist with your daily needs and get you on the fast track to a healthy and speedy recovery.

Our care team desires to make sure that you have the best chance to be restored to 100% health following your surgery! We want you to be free to focus on getting well while we help oversee the tasks of everyday life. Our expert caregivers are here for you around the clock, so call us today to find out more!

Steps to Care

  1. 1.
    Initial Call Once we’ve received your information, we will have a short 5-10 minute call to answer any pressing concerns and set up a time to meet in person.
  2. 2.
    In-home Care Assessment Here we will answer all your questions, and ask some of our own to craft a Cared-4Customized Care Plan to your unique needs.
  3. 3.
    Start of Care We will come with our Caregiver on the first day of care to go through the Care Plan together and help with introductions.
  4. 4.
    Client Visits Once we have begun care, we will pop in at times our Caregiver is there to see how things are going and determine if we need to adjust the Care Plan.