Hospice Care: When Care Matters Most

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What is Hospice Care?

Hospice care is an important part of end-of-life care and is typically provided for patients with a life expectancy of 6 months or less. It is a type of care that focuses on the palliation and management of terminal illnesses like cancer or heart deceases to name a few. Hospice care can help patients and their families to cope with the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects that come with taking care of a loved one.

Hospice care can also help to ensure that patients receive the best possible quality of life during their final days as this can be difficult cause usually they are already bedridden. It is typically provided in the patient’s home, but can also be provided in a facility.

Benefits of Having a Hospice Caregiver

There are many benefits to having a caregiver for a patient in Hospice. Hospice care can be very demanding, both emotionally and physically. A caregiver can provide much-needed support for the patient and their family during this difficult time.

Hospice caregivers can help with tasks such as meal preparations, bathing, dressing, and grooming; they can also provide companionship and emotional support to make these crucial days easier for both the patient and the family. They can also help with light housekeeping tasks and errands so that the family can spend more time focusing on their loved ones.

Hospice Care Services in Orland Park and Nearby Areas

Do you have a loved one who’s about to or is already in hospice? This can be a difficult process for both patients and their families. It is important to remember that you are not alone during this time. There are many resources available to help you through this process but one thing is clear, help is greatly valuable in these trying moments.

We at Pink Angels Home Caregivers have professional caregivers ready for hospice care. Our caregivers are available to take care of your loved one anytime you need help, whether it’ll be just hours or days. We understand the importance of having someone you trust to take care of your loved one. If you need help, please don’t hesitate to call us.

Hospice Care Hands

Yes, you can. We offer Respite care services when a primary Hospice caregiver needs to rest. This could be for a few hours, days, or even weeks. Refer to Respite Care for more details.

Hospice care can be provided in the patient’s home, Hospice facility, or a hospital. It is typically provided in the patient’s home because it allows the patient to remain in a familiar and comfortable environment.

Our Caregivers are properly trained to take care of you or your loved one in hospice. Quality service has been our main concern through the years and if you ever felt that the care given is not up to your standards, reach out to us and we will happily take any actions necessary.

Yes, you can. Although our caregivers are properly trained for hospice care and we access the situation before care is given, it is highly advisable that you show or specify your loved one’s caregiving needs. In this way, you can feel more secure that he or she is well taken care of.

do you have a question?

If you still have questions left unsolved or would like to ask additional details about getting Hospice Care from us, feel free to leave a message or call us for a faster inquiry. You can also visit our office at 62 Orland Square Drive, Orland Park.