Short Term Transitional Care in New Jersey

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You might require short-term transitional home care as you or a loved one recovers from hospitalization or is leaving a rehabilitation facility like a skilled nursing facility (SNF). Our team-focused approach and nurse-led treatment are intended to maximize your health and wellbeing.

The skilled nursing care, companion care and personal care services we offer through Saba Home Health Care of Toms River, New Jersey are a welcome addition to any short term recovery situation. These services can support basic requirements including dressing, personal hygiene, light housekeeping, companionship, family respite, and ambulation (walking and moving around).

Over 20% of Medicare patients’ benefits aren’t enough to keep them home post-discharge. Do your patients worry about how their needs will be met? If you need help making meals and follow up appointments and struggle with a lack of family support or availability to help, Saba Home Health Care can make sure you can stay in your home to recover safely.

We get patients home and keep them home safely. Our transition care packages include:

Basic Care Needs

  • 1 day
  • 4 hour visit
  • Transportation Home
  • Medication Pick Up
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Caring Companionship

Low Care Needs

Basic Care Package +

  • 5 days
  • 4 hour visits
  • Bathing Assistance
  • Meal Prep
  • Medication Reminders
  • Follow up appointment at PCP


Basic & Low Care Packages +

  • 7 days
  • 12 hour visits
  • Transfer Assistance
  • Physical Therapy Reinforcement
  • Sunrise-Sunset

Professionally given care can assist in lowering undesirable outcomes including readmission to the hospital, medication errors, and falls; it may even assist in lowering long-term healthcare expenses by assisting in delaying the progression of the medical disorders.

Services for Short-Term Transitional Home Care

To ensure a secure transition back home, Saba Home Health Care of Toms River oversees the care plan. Our team offers a number of services to meet various health requirements, including:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): We’ll offer inhaler usage tips, remind you to take your medications, and encourage healthy practices.
  • Diabetes: We’ll assess the condition of your feet, monitor your blood sugar levels, and educate your family.
  • Heart Attack/AMI (Acute Myocardial Infarction): We’ll give you information and encouragement to make new, heart-healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Heart Failure: We’ll assist with managing nutrition, exercise, and medication compliance for heart failure.
  • Pneumonia: We’ll offer personal care, medication administration, assistance with oxygen therapy, and management.
  • Post-Operative: We will help you recuperate from surgery in the comfort of your own home.
  • Stroke: We will give assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, eating, and moving around, as well as fall prevention education, medication reminders, and transportation to doctor visits or therapy sessions (physical, occupational, or speech).
  • Therapy for Post-Op or Stroke: Physical, occupational, and speech therapists are also available to give post-surgery or stroke therapy in your home.

Care Paths Produce Better Results

Care Paths for Falls and Change of Condition are part of what we do. Though care pathways are frequently used, we have advanced this strategy by developing person-centered and condition-specific Care Paths based on your loved one’s particular requirements, present conditions, and past medical history.

Our caregivers are able to predict and prevent falls and the deterioration of your family member’s present state thanks to our innovative strategies. We will notify the Saba Home Health Care of Toms River, NJ supervising nurse and/or your loved one’s doctor right away if we see a change in condition so that any necessary action can be taken.

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Call 732-797-0700 or Contact Us if you or a loved one would like to receive transitional care at home rather than short-term, facility-based care