Transition to Home Program in Salt Lake City

Preparing your Loved One to Return Home & Stay There

Interim HealthCare of Salt Lake City
Do you have a loved one in a hospital or rehabilitation center? It’s only natural for you to worry about whether or not they are prepared to move home safely. That’s where the Interim HealthCare of Salt Lake City's 72-Hour Transition Program can help.

Avoiding Readmissions

Interim HealthCare of Salt Lake City

Many seniors are readmitted to the hospital or care center they came from within 30 days of returning home. This is often emotionally devastating and can lead to a roller coaster of ups and downs throughout their recovery process. 

No matter how eager your loved one is to return home, without a good understanding of the risks, a well-established plan of care and effective caregiving, they are likely to experience difficulties adjusting to their home environment safely. But this can be prevented with the expert guidance of our trained and experienced CNAs, right there to attend to your loved one's needs for the first 72 hours.

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How Can a CNA Support
Your Loved One?

Personal care typically addresses activities of daily living, or ADLs, that are essential for independent living. This includes:

  • Establish good sleep patterns
  • Adopt new medication protocols
  • Pick up prescriptions
  • Prepare meals and encourage fluids
  • Schedule follow on medical visits
  • Coordinate and assist with home health visits
  • Assist with activities of daily living to ensure their safety


Establishing good habits in the first 72 hours dramatically increases the likelihood of remaining safely at home. Contact us today to best prepare your loved one for a safe and happy transition home

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