Caregiver Journey Webinar | 01/30/23

A Caregiver Conversation by Carallel: Caregiving After Hospital Discharge

Seeing a loved one be discharged from the hospital is usually a welcomed milestone after any health episode. But discharge day also marks the beginning of a new mission for the family caregivers who have to pick up where the hospital left off.

Because leaving the hospital does not always mean that our family members, friends, or neighbors are returning home healthy.

In this Caregiver Journey Conversation with Carallel, Matt Perrin and Perry Mimms discuss what makes caregiving after a hospital stay so intense and to offer practical tips anyone can use to make providing the care our loved one’s need at home less overwhelming.

Perry Mimms Program Manager, Development and Training, Carallel

Perry is a Care Advocate at Carallel. She brings hears of leadership experience in senior care and lived caregiving experience to her work of supporting family caregivers each day.

Matt Perrin Director of Caregiver Engagement, Carallel

Matt is a family caregiver for his mother who is living with Alzheimer’s Disease. At Carallel, Matt drives the digital content development and distribution strategy. His focus is on supporting caregivers by providing the practical, relatable, and informative perspective people need — wherever they may be in their journey of caring for a loved one.



Contact Carallel if you’re a health plan, healthcare provider, or employer, and see how our human led + tech enabled service will make you the leader in your industry when it comes to supporting caregivers.

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