It is easy to feel overwhelmed when you have a terminally ill loved one. Family get-togethers can be especially difficult because it’s hard enough to deal with your own emotions, and even more challenging when you’re trying to put on a happy face for everyone else.
Palliative care can be provided at any stage of a serious illness, with the goal of improving quality of life for both the patient and family.
Routine Home Care
The basis of standardized hospice care; home visits by interdisciplinary team members to manage the overall well-being of patient and family
Continuous care is designed to assist with symptom control of a patient who has not been responsive to medication changes in the plan of care.
In-Patient care is provided when a patient is in crisis and symptoms are better managed at a facility wherein 24 hour nursing is available.