Patients and families dealing with a serious illness can feel overwhelmed with schedules, treatments and the tasks of daily living. If that illness becomes life threatening, families are often reluctant to talk about what to do next.
Hospice is about choosing how you want to live. It is about managing symptoms, tasks and emotional issues so you can set your own priorities and live as fully as possible.
Ensuring your goals are met begins with clear conversations among family members, doctors and caregivers. The information and links below will help you understand services, eligibility and wether it's the right time for hospice or palliative care. Call us with questions. We're here to help.
Finding the right care can be difficult, especially if you’re dealing with urgent medical concerns. Your first step is having honest conversations about what matters most to you and your family.
- Tips for finding the right hospice provider
- 8 questions to ask the doctor about hospice care
- What caregivers should know about home hospice care
You and your family are at the center of care plans and decisions. Be bold, ask questions and share your concerns.
Visit our locations page for a program near you. Call the location phone 24/7 for information, options or to schedule a no-obligation consultation.
If you have questions or want to talk about your options, your may also call our Care Services Center at 833-580-1370.
Medicare, VA benefits, medicaid and many insurance plans cover hospice, with little or no out-of-pocket expenses. We offer care where the patient calls home, whether in a private home, nursing home or other care community.
All of our locations are licensed in their state and fully certified by Medicare, VA Tricare and Medicaid.