Ya & Ze Healthcare will also provide home care services to patients who needs for home care

services in their post-surgery periods.

Post-operative care is the care received after a surgical procedure. The type of postoperative

care the patient need depends on the type of surgery s/he had, as well as his/her health

history. It often includes pain management, wound care and putting/removing drains.

Below are services offered by Mrs Vurgun as part of her post-operative care services:

- Dressing wounds

- Putting / removing drains

- Inform the client about the possible side effects and complications after the surgery

- Take emergency actions (calling ambulance, applying first aid, etc) if any complications

or negative scenarios will happen

- Regularly monitor the recuperation of the client after the surgery

- Reminding to take medications

And if required, below services will also be provided:

- General personal care such as help bathing, toileting, brushing teethes, moving


- Help dressing and tidying clothes.

- Light housekeeping such as washing clothes, washing dishes, making beds, changing

bed linen, etc.


- Help feeding.

- Do basic household tasks such as go shopping, paying bills, etc.

Advantages Of Home Care

Personal choice: Most people do not prefer care homes when they are older and they

commonly prefer home care.

97% of people surveyed said they don’t want to go into a care home when they’re older

(OnePoll, 2014), and 71% of us would prefer to reach the end of their life in our own home.

Better for Health and Wellbeing: A number of studies have shown that person-centred care

at home has a greater positive impact on wellbeing, happiness and reduced hospital

admissions comparing to care homes.

Cost Effectivity: Contrary to popular belief, home care is cheaper than care homes. Clients

only pay when they got a service from a carer and they can also customize the services that

they want to receive. On the other hand, care homes have fixed prices which is higher

comparing with taking home care for the same duration.

“The latest research shows that average care home fees range from £27,000 to £39,000 per

annum for a residential care home.”10

Home Care is Better for Those Living with Dementia: Those with dementia in particular

benefit from private care at home. This is partly from being around their own belongings in a

place full of memories and stimuli (such as photographs and books)

“A 2013 study showed that dementia sufferers who live at home experienced higher activity

levels, quality of life and social connectedness than those living in institutional care. The

study’s recommendation was that people with dementia should be cared for at

home wherever possible.”

Independence: At home care, people can determine the amount of support they receive and can also determine their breakfast times, dinner times, sleeping times, what to eat at lunch,

etc but in care homes, these are determined by the care home and the elderly people/patient

must obey them.



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