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Hospital to Home

After a stay at the hospital or other care facility, there’s nothing like returning to the comfort of home. A discharge from the hospital can seem like a welcome end to an injury or illness. But the transition to living at home can be daunting. It’s difficult to manage appointments, medications, and the routines of daily living such as grocery shopping and housework when all you want to do is rest and recuperate. That’s why we developed our RightTransitions® program.

Right at Home Fresno can help seniors and adults with disabilities get home safely and prevent further hospitalizations with regular visits by our trained caregivers. We’re here to make living at home easier, so you can save your energy for recovery.  

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How Can RightTransitions Help?

We make transitioning from the hospital to the home easy. Your care team will communicate with your family and health care providers to notify them of any changes in condition. When developing your personalized care plan, we take into account your unique situation when offering services such as:
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Medication Reminders
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Transportation
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Homemaking
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Personal Care

Checklists, Tips and Other Tools

Hospital to Home Guide
Tips for Your Hospital Stay
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Home Safety Checklist for Seniors
Home Safety Checklist
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Hospital Discharge Guide
Discharge Checklist
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Transitional Care Tips and Considerations

The best time to begin thinking about your discharge from the hospital is while you’re still in the hospital. Take a moment to browse our transitional care guides and articles so you or your loved one can prepare for a swift recovery at home.

Featured Guide

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A female caregiver walking and talking with an elderly male patient.

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Hear What Others Are Saying

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"My helper is always on time and she does just about anything that I need. I could not ask for a better helper. I could not do this without them. They help me dress, help with meal prep, and help me shower. Adraina (caregiver) is always on time and she works really hard. She helps me shower, gets my meals ready, and she will do anything that I need her to do. She loves doing what she is doing and she is so kind. I could not ask for a better helper. She is here to help with whatever I need, whenever I need it. They (office staff) are great. Any time we call, they help us out and they are wonderful staff. " - Jeannette "
Jean S.

Hear What Others Are Saying

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"They are punctual and handy. They help by doing chores and by keeping me on my appointments. They are punctual and take good care of me. They take good care of me by making my lunch. I have them housekeep, and they provide my meals. I feel good around them. They keep me up on the medication."
Jesus R.

Hear What Others Are Saying

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"I would tell a friend that they (Right at Home Fresno) are very willing to do what needs to be done. They've helped the most with communication and keeping up with everything. She (caregiver) is always here early, she always has something to do, she stays busy and she stays available. She will do everything. She helps with meals, laundry, and changing the sheets. She reminds him of the medications that he needs to take. She is very interested in his well-being. She is willing to help and she offers suggestions. I like how any time there is a schedule change or any kind of thing they (office staff) are concerned about, they will call right away."
Wendy C.

Staying safe and healthy is key to avoiding return trips to the hospital. Get the right care to help you stay at home.

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