Your comfort, safety and quality of life guide every step of our care. We start by listening. It's how we align hospice and palliative care to your needs and values.
A circle of care surrounds you and your families with a team trained to address pain and symptoms along with practical and emotional concerns. Our goal is to enable people to live as well as possible in the place they call home.
- 24/7 access to care
- Medical equipment, medication and personal care supplies
- Pain and other symptoms managed to your goals
- Care coordinated with your doctor
- Respite care (relief) for family caregivers
- Physical therapy, dietary counseling and other therapy services
- Hospice aides to help with the tasks of daily living
- Spiritual care and support
- Volunteer services and vigil program
- Ongoing grief support
Care is provided wherever you call home, whether it be nursing nursing facility or your personal residence.
Former combat soldiers may need a unique kind of hospice care. Doug Overall, chaplain and bereavement coordinator for Compassus-Prescott Valley, explains how to nurture veterans.
Palliative care is an extra layer of relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness. It focuses on improving quality of life for patients and their families. Care includes help navigating the medical system to ensure care aligns with your goals, values and priorities.
Each day, hospice volunteers touch the lives of our patients and their families. Whether reading to a patient, preparing a meal for a family or cleaning up around the house, each gesture makes a meaningful impact on those we serve.
Whether you volunteer behind the scenes at the office or one-on-one with families, you are a valuable member of our hospice team. All volunteers receive free training at a local office.
- Requirements for hospice and palliative care volunteers
- Hospice volunteer training
- Volunteer opportunities
- Our locations