Harmony Companion Home Care has been committed for almost a decade to serving and improving the lives of seniors, disabled, intellectual disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder individuals, and our Veterans through the Counties of Bucks, Berks, Chester, Delaware Lancaster, Montgomery, and Philadelphia. Our services share a common goal to improve and uphold the quality of life of your loved ones. We service anyone needing in-home care, from the elderly to mother’s helpers.
We believe that it is living that is important, not just being alive. Our goal is to help people live their lives as independently as possible by providing the extra help necessary to achieve that goal.
After a hospital discharge, you’ll need to carefully follow all of the instructions from your healthcare provider.
Let family members or friends be a part of your recovery after discharge.
Whether your loved one had surgery, is recovering from an accidental fall, or has been hospitalized for any reason, our staff can provide support to your loved one when no other family caregiver is available to care for the individual.
This service can occur in the hospital, rehab facility, assisted living facility, and/or the home. We will provide peace of mind to the patient and their family during this temporary time of need.
Post-Discharge Home Care Services Include:
Our highly trained and qualified caregivers will help ensure safety and help preserve dignity with any combination of these more extensive personal care services:
To help the patient have the easiest possible recovery, a caregiver will be assigned to the patient. Only the physician can help you decide whether or not extended care is needed around the clock.
One of the benefits of having a home caregiver is ensuring that the patient is comfortable, safe, and as pain-free as possible while in our care.
Having post discharge support is key to reducing recovery time and helping the patient return to normal life quickly. Post hospital or rehab support is the best way to ensure that your recovery time is quick and the healthiest option available.
Being Dependable and On-Time: Hiring an experienced in-home care agency is important. An experienced provider will be reliable but will also have a back-up plan when a caregiver is sick.
Read reviews of the home care agency to see if past clients have been happy. Ask the agency if they have a plan in place for when a caregiver isn’t able to make it to the scheduled visit.
Available Services: Be sure that you understand the home care services that will be provided.
Ask questions. Be your own (or your senior’s) advocate. Follow up after visits if you have questions. Find out what the agency recommends if they are unable to provide certain services.
When you come home from the hospital, you might experience some fatigue and general tiredness. You may also notice that you might be feeling pain. This is very common and should not alarm you. It is simply your body’s way of kicking into its healing mode, which helps you to rest.
All your energy can then be saved for healing and recovery. It is very important that when you come home from the hospital, you and your family are aware of the extra 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 caregiver who can free families up to just be a support system.