Comfort Care

Comfort care helps to soothe or prevent your loved ones from any suffering. By providing comfort, you and your loved can approach this last stage of life with dignity and independence.

Routine Care

Our skilled nurses will visit routinely based on your personalized care plan. They also visit whenever there is a problem, concern or change in the patient that requires additional attention.

Continuous Care

During periods of crisis, we provide continuous care – skilled nursing care on a continuous basis for as much as 24 hours a day to provide symptom care and comfort.

General In-Patient Care (GIP)

In-Patient care is necessary when a patient is unable to be managed at home and hospitalization is required to control symptoms related to the life-ending illness.

Respite Care

In cases when a caregiver needs to take a break to care of themselves or take care of other business, a brief period of rest for the family can be arranged by relocating the loved one to an In-Patient facility to provide a routine level of care for five (5) consecutive days. Just remember, a caregiver cannot take care of their loved ones, if they don’t first take care of themselves.

Hospice Aide Visits

Our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) routinely assist with personal care and hygiene, such as bathing and dressing based on your personal care plan. Our CNA’s are the ones that you get to know the best, caring for you just like family.

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