Maintaining Meaningful Connections During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Home-bound hospice patients tell us they are happier and healthier when keeping close connections with family, their friends and the activities they love. Our goal is to help you stay close to your loved ones, while being safe.


Hospice chaplains offer much-needed spiritual connections through a phone call or teleconference. Hospice nurses safely support patients with in-person care, when needed. We're here to help you through today's important concern.


How we help you stay connected:

Connecting while at home

stay connected with family

Connecting while at home

As hospitals stop allowing visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, hospice provides quality care at home with family.

Safe socializing is important

socializing is important

Safe socializing is important

Hospice allows patients to continue with activities that can help with a feeling of normalcy and connect them with others during the COVID-19 crisis.

Finding meaning

Finding satisfaction and meaning

Finding meaning

We always look for The one thing at every visit to connect patients with things they enjoy and are meaningful for them, like family and hobbies, to improve their happiness and well-being.