- Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Our hospice nurses and physicians offer help in evaluation for hospice and consider pain and symptom control a priority.
- Our hospice dietitian determines the most palatable and efficient nutrition for the patient. Read more on the importance of nutrition in hospice.
- Our in-home family and individual counseling offers an opportunity to talk about the emotional impact of the illness.
- Personal care hospice aides and homemakers help with some of the burdens and household chores to give caregivers more quality time.
- Social service experts can access community resources for specific needs that may arise.
- Chaplains are available to serve the patient and family. This is often an important time to reflect on spiritual needs.
- Our trained volunteers add special attention in the home. They can help run errands, write letters, or just be good listeners.
- Our grief support for loved ones can make the eventual return to routine life easier. This support might prevent a spouse from experiencing a grief-related illness in the first year after the death of a loved one.
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