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Hospice Care Support

The support of our compassionate Caregivers will allow you to spend quality time with your loved one and celebrate their life during hospice care.

Choosing Hospice

Home-based hospice care is a good option for seriously ill patients who prefer to live at home at the final stage of life. With hospice care, the focus of care shifts to the comfort of patients, attending to their emotional needs and spiritual well-being. The patient will receive care from a team of doctors, nurses and others who have the specialized knowledge to reduce anxiety for them and for their family.

The Benefits of Hospice Care Support

Hospice care supported by Home Helpers Caregivers can provide many benefits:

  • When a Home Helpers professional provides the caregiving, family members are free to spend invaluable time with their loved ones and celebrate their life.
  • The Home Helpers Caregiver can function as part of the hospice care team, along with case workers and spiritual counselors.
  • Patients appreciate the support of hospice professionals and in-home Caregivers, who allow them to feel less of a burden to family members.
  • Most importantly, it allows loved ones to experience their remaining time in comfort and enjoy the company of family and friends.
  • Respite for Family Caregivers
  • Emotional & Spiritual Support
  • Light Housekeeping & Laundry
  • Meal Preparation & Feeding
  • Medication Reminders

Our team of Hospice Support Caregivers can help provide comfort to loved ones and respite to families, and are able to serve in either home or facility environments.

Steps to Care

  1. 1.
    Initial Call Once we’ve received your information, we will have a short 5-10 minute call to answer any pressing concerns and set up a time to meet in person.
  2. 2.
    In-home Care Assessment Here we will answer all your questions, and ask some of our own to craft a Care Plan customized to your unique needs.
  3. 3.
    Start of Care We will come with our Caregiver on the first day of care to go through the Care Plan together and help with introductions.
  4. 4.
    Client Visits Once we have begun care, we will pop in at times our Caregiver is there to see how things are going and determine if we need to adjust the Care Plan.