Your Home Hospice team of professionals and volunteers work for you. Not only will you receive the finest medical care under our medical director and nurses who work closely with your own doctor, but you and your family may benefit from social workers, a chaplain, a bereavement coordinator, aides, and a host of volunteers. The benefits, our patients tell us, are significant.
Grief support is available to family members as they deal with the loss of a loved one. Our trained grief support team is available to our patients’ families for at least a year, providing phone calls, visits, support groups, grief support activities for children, including Camp Dragonfly, and educational programs.
Pathways Palliative Supportive Care program is designed to provide pain management and symptom control for those with a chronic or serious illness. Palliative care can be started and stopped at any time for any serious illness and does not require you to stop potentially curative treatment of your disease. Patients who receive early palliative care have improved quality of life throughout their illness and potentially improved life expectancy.
Through our support groups, special programs, events, website and staff, our goal is to keep you informed and supported to help you have the best possible quality of life.