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Whether planned or unexpected, continuing to get the care your loved one needs once they have left the hospital may be difficult, especially if they are struggling to get around on their own. 

For those who can’t be there to help their family member or loved one with their post-surgery needs, or for those who could use additional help, post-medical care services are available.

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What is Post-Medical Care?

Even when planned, many medical procedures come with the need for continued medical care after being discharged from the hospital. This could be follow-up doctor’s appointments, physical therapy sessions, or even help with basic tasks around the house as the healing and recovery process continues.

For those who live on their own, a post-medical caregiver from Independence Home Health can provide your family member or loved one with the care and attention they need as they continue to recover from their medical procedure in the comfort of their own home. 

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Services We Offer

At Independence Home Health we provide a variety of Alzheimer’s and dementia home care services including:

Taking them to and from doctor’s appointments or physical therapy
Helping with household chores such as meal prep and light housekeeping
Keeping in contact with family members about progress
Providing companionship services
Helping with personal grooming such as bathing and dressing
Running errands for them such as grocery shopping or picking up prescriptions
Coordinating and keeping track of appointments
Helping them move around their home
Helping with medication reminders
Help with basic grooming services

Serving: Palm Beach County, Okeechobee County, Indian River County, St. Lucie County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Broward County and expanding throughout Florida!

Who Can Benefit From Post-Medical Care?

As our loved ones get older, they may require a higher level of medical care and attention. They also may not be able to bounce back as quickly in the event of an accident. 

Anyone who is in need of extra medical care and attention but wants to remain living independently in their own home can benefit from post-medical home care, including those recovering from many of the following conditions and procedures:

  • Replacement surgery (hip replacement, knee replacement, etc)

  • Cosmetic surgery

  • Stroke

  • Arthritis

  • Cancer/chemotherapy

  • Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Open heart surgery

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Renal failure

  • Diabetes

  • Lymphedema

Get Your Loved One Post-Medical Care From Independence Home Health

At Independence Home Health we believe that your loved ones should have the freedom and independence to live in their own home without sacrificing access to medical care and companionship, including post-medical care. 


That’s why we offer many of the services offered in assisted living facilities to the comfort and privacy of their home.

All of our home caregivers are trained to help your loved one with their needs and have been thoroughly screened and passed extensive background checks before being hired. 


They will also stay in constant communication with you as it pertains to your loved one and their well-being. Should anything arise that may be a cause for concern they will let you know immediately and offer their recommendation for how to remedy the situation.

If you’re looking for someone you can trust to care for your loved one, contact us today to get started. We would be honored to serve you and your family.

Our compassionate team of experts is here to assist in your every day tasks, whether it be home health services, personal care, companionship, or 24/7 care for you or your loved one.

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