The end of life is a natural part of life, but that doesn’t make it any less difficult.
It’s important that families have a compassionate caretaker to help during this particularly challenging time. Now that more and more people are choosing to spend their final days at home, it’s important that families have access to support. This aspect of care is often overlooked in the training process for most caregivers and healthcare providers.
Hospice Care services offer important support during the end of life process. Caregivers provide comfort and assistance to your loved one while giving your family the support you need during this difficult time.
Every family should have a compassionate helping hand during the end of life transition. Through this process, our caregivers do as much as they can to keep your loved one as comfortable as possible as they make that transition. Though our hospice care at home does not include medical services, our caregivers can work alongside and support hospice care providers. Not only that, we will support you and your family with a helping hand whenever you need one.
When your family member is diagnosed with a limited life expectancy, your loved one may often require some form of care. If you find yourself in this position, you might also not have the physical or emotional strength to shoulder all responsibilities all by yourself. That’s where we can help.
Our approach is outlined when you meet and speak with a 1776 care coordinator and develop a plan to provide the much-needed support for clients and their families through the end of life process.
At 1776, we focus on bringing a client-focused approach while giving the family caregivers the respite and assistance they need. We perform tasks like meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, shopping, and running errands. You’ll notice that our caregivers provide an anchor for family caregivers when they become overwhelmed with tasks or seeking emotional support whenever needed.
Caregivers provide non-medical support to lessen discomfort, help with personal tasks like bathing, dressing, and daily hygiene. Our caregivers provide an overall comforting presence to alleviate the feelings of loneliness, stress, and anxiety for you and your loved ones.
At 1776, we will be happy to provide any more information you will need to find a convenient time and place to meet in person when assessing your needs. 1776 can provide compassionate care and support to navigate through this difficult process. In order to help you find the ideal care for you and your loved one, we invite you to contact us to get more information.