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Hospital to Home Care in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley

Quality homecare reduces the risk of repeat injury and helps you return to your usual lifestyle.

Bespoke homecare after hospital services in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley from Right at Home 

  • Helping you to return to your own home 
  • Home from hospital services for long-term or short-term care
  • Highly-rated after hospital care at home in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley

Hospital to home care is a service provided by Right at Home to support those returning home from hospital after being discharged from illness or an operation.

Get in touch with Right at Home East Lancashire and Ribble Valley to discuss the type of care that you’re looking for.

What is hospital to home care?

Our home from hospital care services in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley are designed to support those returning home once they have left hospital. If you’re coming home following illness, injury, or an operation, it can be comforting to have the support of a CareGiver in place of hospital staff. 

Here’s just one of the great reviews of our East Lancashire and Ribble Valley-based home from hospital service:

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"Good timekeepers - reliable - honest, very helpful, nothing too much trouble. I'm so glad that I found this company and I would highly recommend them."

Kath | Client

How can we help your hospital discharge planning?

After a stay in hospital, our professional and personalised support can make the transition back home as relaxed and worry-free as possible.

Our homecare after hospital discharge services can encourage people to come out of hospital sooner. Our Clients feel safe knowing that they have personal and practical support available that can reduce the risk of repeat injury and re-admission. We can support you during your recovery process with accompaniment to appointments, transport, medication support and light housekeeping.

We can help you or your loved one with:

  • Supervision of discharge arrangements
  • Transport home
  • Food shopping
  • Managed live-in care if required
  • Help with washing, dressing and personal care
  • Medication support
  • Physical assistance and support to move safely around the home
  • Light housekeeping
  • Pet care
  • Accompaniment to appointments
  • Re-assessment of needs

Whatever your requirements, from one-hour per day through to live-in care, our care services in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley are always tailored to meet your personal needs.

FAQs about our home from hospital service in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley

What are your hospital to home services?

Our CareGivers will provide you with the necessary support after returning home from hospital. Above all, our personalised care services are designed to promote relaxation and recovery. We can assist you during your recovery process by supporting you with your medication, transport, light housekeeping or accompanying you to appointments.

How much does homecare cost?

The price of our homecare will depend on your individual needs and the number of hours of care provided. We always recommend a minimum care visit of one hour to be able to provide safe and effective care. 

Please contact our team in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley so that we can provide you with an estimated cost of care.

How do I qualify for hospital to home services in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley?

There are no qualification requirements for our personalised homecare after hospital services in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley. In some situations, local authorities or social services may offer support for patients when they leave hospital. 

Find information from Lancashire County council regarding care after hospital discharge.

Whether or not you qualify for NHS continuing healthcare funding after hospital discharge will depend on what your designated team of healthcare staff decide. If you feel you need healthcare related care and support when you leave hospital, speak to our team. 

If you or a loved one require support after a stay in hospital, contact our Right at Home office in East Lancashire and Ribble Valley to discuss your requirements.

What are reablement services?

Reablement is the term used in health and social care as an alternative name for short-term, after hospital care at home. Reablement services include help with daily activities that someone recovering from a hospital stay may not be able to complete alone. These may include washing, dressing and domestic tasks. 

Our highly-rated home from hospital services can be short-term or long-term, depending on your requirements. Long periods spent in hospital can take their toll on mental health and self-confidence as it can feel like you are no longer independent. We believe that intermediate care between hospital discharge and a return to normal life is far preferable to staying in hospital, as the familiar surroundings of your home will encourage your recovery back to health and independent living. 

Can you be discharged from ICU to home?

It is very rare to be discharged directly from an intensive care unit (ICU) to home. Usually, after spending time in an intensive care unit, patients will be transferred to a hospital ward before being discharged home. This interim hospital stay allows you to receive necessary aftercare and continued 24-hour support whilst at your most vulnerable. 

Only once you have been correctly assessed and received any necessary rehabilitation treatment will you be allowed to return to your home. At this stage, you may seek some support from our CareGivers in your home, as it can be quite an adjustment to live independently after a stay in ICU. 


If you would like more information on our hospital to home services, get in touch with us here at Right at Home East Lancashire and Ribble Valley to discuss the exact combination of homecare services to suit your needs.

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