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Home Health Care Is Better Than Hospital Care

As we all know, home is the place of emotional, physical association, memories, and comfort. The hospital is the place for primary care for the people suffering from chronic illness and acute issues. Many people feel upsetting while leaving their home. What can be the solution for this? Asks Gary Ferone who is the franchise owner of Assisting Hand in Stamford, Connecticut.

The only solution for this kind of people is to visit home health care. Home health care is the fastest growing segment and they provide a variety of different home health care services for seniors including helping the patients with daily needs. Is home health care really better than hospital care? The immediate answer is yes and it comes with the 5 reasons of why it is better than hospital care.

  • By receiving home health care services, patients can enjoy the personal care in the comfort of their own homes and in the presence of their loved ones.
  • Home health care help and support the family members, allowing them to enjoy quality time with their elderly loved ones.
  • Home health care is recognized as the most cost-effective form of long-term health care when compared to hospitals.
  • By having good quality nursing care at home, re-hospitalization gets reduced. In many cases, patients used to return to the hospital soon after their previous stay and this may be costly and potentially harmful. Hence, this can be avoided with home health care services.

Apart from all these facilities, family members, and friends can visit the patients anytime they wish while compared to time-based visiting hours in the hospital.

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About garyferone

Gary Ferone is franchise owners at Assisting Hands Home Care. It’s a home health care agency for seniors and the disabled, so they can remain safely and comfortably in their own homes.

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