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Your loved one is slowing down. She may be needing significant help with bathing and feeding herself. He may need continuous oxygen or have difficulty swallowing. A physician has mentioned looking at comfort care instead of curative care. As you consider these changing realities for you and your family, know that hospice care is here to lift some of the heaviness so that you can be wholly present to enjoy the time you have together.

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While you care for your loved one, it's important to have the tools and resources you need to cope with the natural ebb and flow of your own emotions. Find the support you need here, and be sure to share them with family and friends.

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It’s an honor to care for a patient during life’s final journey, and provide peace and solace for those left behind. With help from generous people like you, we proudly provide this level of compassionate care and support to thousands of people.

Signs It May Be Time For Hospice

When the time comes for you to engage hospice care for your loved one, you will not be alone. Inspired by the kindness, empathy and love of Christ, we're honored to help your loved one through the final chapter of their life. And you'll also find the support you need as your life changes, to experience care giving in a different way. In addition to a terminal illness, signs it might be time for hospice care include:

  • A decline in overall physical/mental status.
  • Unintentional weight loss in the last six months.
  • Frequent hospitalizations or Emergency Room visits.
  • Repeat infections (pneumonia, bronchitis, urinary tract infections).
  • Multiple medical problems or diagnoses.
  • A need for help with most daily activities (bathing, dressing, toileting, eating).