Post-Operative Care at Home

Warm-hearted live-in carers assist in your home so you can focus on getting well sooner after an operation.

Outstanding post operative care at home

If your loved one is in hospital or going in for an operation, you might want to consider how best to help them recover after their surgery. Mumby’s post operative care at home allows your loved one to recover in the familiar and comfortable surroundings of their home whilst receiving tailored support with daily tasks and the specialist healthcare they need.
We care for lots of post-operative patients who have had operations including hip or knee surgery, cataract and other eye surgeries, hernia repair surgery and cancer surgery and treatment.

Post Op Home Care

The type and level of post op home care required will vary by patient and their condition. Your loved one may have limited mobility or sight after their operation. Post operative live in care provides a constant companion to ensure the safety of your loved one when they come home from hospital, reduce their risk of a fall and help them stand and move around.

Patients returning home after an operation can be quite anxious about managing their daily routine and post-operative needs. A Mumby’s post-operative live-in carer can provide them with all the emotional support and care they need during their convalescence and recovery, so they feel secure and comfortable and can get back to a normal level of independence and well-being as soon as possible.

You can arrange care in advance of your loved one’s surgery, so everything is in place when they need it.

Emergency support

We understand that it is sometimes difficult to know when you may need our support as situations can change fast. You also may not get much notice of your loved one’s discharge from hospital. If you need emergency post-operative care (link to emergency care page), please contact us so we can fast track your enquiry.

Services list

After an operation, it is normal to feel more tired than usual as your body is putting energy into recovering. Our specialist carers are trained to provide all the necessary health care and support required after surgery. They will work with medical professionals to create an individual support plan for your loved one to ensure they are kept comfortable and recover quickly.

This plan will include measures such as:

  • Keeping in close contact with hospital discharge teams, GP’s and other health professionals
  • Dressing wounds and preventing infection
  • Administering medication and providing pain relief
  • Taking care of personal issues such as bathing, toileting and/or catheter and colostomy bag maintenance
  • Post-operative recovery support and appropriate exercise and movement
  • Following medical and lifestyle advice to help the patient recover quickly

Our Services

  • Light domestic duties

  • Offering companionship

  • Aid with reading

  • Help with writing letters

  • Organising mail

  • Care for houseplants

  • Outings – social and appointments

  • Support for pets

  • Medication administration

  • Support with rehabilitation and physiotherapy exercises

  • Provide reminders/arrange appointments

  • Menu planning/shopping

  • Preparing meals

  • Assistance with eating

  • Monitoring diet and nutrition

  • Personal care/grooming

  • Continence assistance

  • Mobility assistance

  • Assistance learning new skills and training

  • Adapting to any physical limitations




Our Carers

Benefits of post operative care at home

  • Our specialist support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • A constant companion to help reduce falls and help your loved one to move around as needed

  • Emotional support to relieve anxiety

  • Chores taken care of so your loved one can relax and focus in their recovery and enjoy time with family and friends

  • Help with personal care that maybe difficult in the first days or weeks following surgery

  • With post-operative care at home arranged, your loved one may also be discharged sooner from hospital so that they can recover in the comfort of their own home

  • Clients and carers are carefully matched for compatible personalities and shared values

Cost of Post-Op live-in care

We will confirm the weekly cost of live-in care for your loved one once we have conducted a free, without obligation and thorough assessment of their care needs. At Mumby’s, we treat our clients as part of our extended family so that they get so much more than a care package.

Why choose Mumby’s live-in care?

Respite Care for Family Carers who provide Mental Health Care

We understand that caring for someone who has a mental illness can be challenging and exhausting, and you need some time to look after yourself.

We offer short-term, round the clock mental health respite live-in care to allow the primary carer to have some much-needed rest and time to themselves.

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