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Post-operative care at home

Following a stay in hospital, most people are keen to leave as soon as they can to get back home to familiar surroundings. Research shows those recuperating at home recover much more quickly than if they remain as hospital in-patients. Trinity’s Post-Operative Care Service offers an ideal solution for patients who require interim support at home, until they are fit enough to resume normal life.

Post operative considerations when you have had surgery

  • Will you have a period of time where your mobility is limited?
  • Will you require support with daily living tasks around your home?
  • Will you need assistance with personal care, such as washing or dressing?
  • Will you require support to drive or be accompanied to appointments?
  • Would you like some companionship?
  • If your family are your main carers, might they need a break from caring?

Call us in confidence to discuss your needs. We can talk you through the options from daily home care visits to round the clock live-in care.

Key Benefits

  • Faster recovery - Most people recover more quickly from an operation when they are in the comfort of their own hom
  • More personal - Post-operative care is always tailored to a clients’ individual needs
  • More flexible - Our service is entirely adaptable according to recovery progress and can be shortened or extended as required

Call us to discuss your care needs

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