Respite beds give homeless patients a safe place to recuperate

Respite beds give homeless patients a safe place to recuperate

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For many people, recovering from a stay in a hospital means time spent healing on their couch. A loved one who stops by to make sure they’re comfortable; a home health professional to attend to wound care or help with physical or occupational therapy. But if you’re homeless, finding a place to recuperate isn’t so simple.

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