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Support to Sustain You

Some feel privileged to serve a loved one at their most vulnerable time. Many also feel afraid, tired and overwhelmed at times. And most people feel it all in one day. It's okay; these feelings are normal. The important thing is to have the tools and resources you need to cope with the natural ebb and flow of your emotions.

Please find the support you need in the links below, and be sure to share them with family and friends.

When is it a right time for hospice care?

Sometimes it's hard to know when the time is right for hospice care. You might be used to the ups and downs that are part of caring for a loved one with an incurable or life-limiting condition. An outside perspective can sometimes help. Talk to your physician, clergy, family members and friends. They can help you decide what's right for your family.

Or you can call us at Call407-682-9090. It's our honor to listen carefully and thoughtfully to your needs. You'll receive trusted advice from the heart, informed by skill and experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Phone Support 24/7

A nurse will answer your phone call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Each person’s journey is unique, but there are some common signs that appear as your loved one's health and independence decline. Your Hospice Care Team will help you understand signs to watch for and what to expect. Please call us with any questions, or to report any changes in your loved one’s condition. When you call, please be ready to tell the nurse:

  • You loved one’s name
  • Your care team color
  • Your name
  • Your phone number

Call Call407-379-0311