You provide a home for your residents, filled with nurturing care. They get deep personal attention from you and your staff. When their condition becomes serious, of course their first choice is to stay at home in the loving surroundings you have created.
We can help your frail residents
Our staff can support your residents just like they would if the person lived independently in the community. You provide the nonmedical care, we provide
- pain and symptom management
- bathing and grooming services
- emotional and spiritual support for spouses and family members
- 24/7 telephone access to an on-call nurse
Hospice patients live longer
Research indicates that patients who receive hospice care not only experience better quality of life, but also have a tendency to live longer.
If you would like to explore ways we can work together more closely to support your residents in staying at your home, give us a call at 302-478-5707. We’d love to work with you!
Resources to help your staff
A little information goes a long way to giving your staff the confidence they need. Consider giving your caregivers any of these pertinent articles as a way to support them in keeping your residents comfortable at home.
- Managing Difficult Symptoms
Nonmedical approaches to pain management, trouble breathing, as well as fatigue, nausea, depression, and anxiety.
- Emotional-Spiritual Issues
Not just for families, these articles help caregivers address grief, find hope, and cope with loss after the passing of a resident.
- Living with Serious Illness
Provide social and emotional insights, as well as practical daily tips for living well with conditions such as cancer, CHF, COPD, or dementia.
Need an in-service?
As part of our commitment to you and your staff, we are happy to provide in-service trainings on any of the topics in this e-library. Have a different topic in mind? Give us a call at 302-478-5707.