Hospice nurses develop a plan of care with the patient and their family, focusing on patient comfort and pain management.
Medical social workers assess the emotional and social needs of the patient and the family, assist with the use of community services and resources, and provide ongoing counseling related to death and dying.
Certified aides provide personal care services such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and breaks for caregivers.
Hospice chaplains provide comfort, support, guidance, prayer, spiritual conseling, home communion, and may conduct memorial or funeral services.
A resource for personal support, companionship, errands, and homemaking assistance.
Short term inpatient care in a licensed facility offers relief and time away for family and caregivers.
Short-term in-patient care provided for pain or symptom management or other acute crisis condition.
24 hour support provided by nurses and aides during periods of intense need
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