Some people think of “hospice” as a bad word
Why? Because they don’t realize how positive the hospice experience can be. The good news is that hospice is gaining understanding worldwide, and each person who opens his or her mind to it is more likely to be comfortable, in control of events, settled with their choices and at peace at the end of their life.
At Residential Hospice, we believe strongly that everyone has the right to their own healthcare wishes and desires and should be in control of their healthcare plans.
We have decades of experience helping patients and their families prepare and plan for life after a difficult diagnosis. Our teams help patients to use the time they have to plan for the environment they want to have around them, settle their financial and other affairs, heal damaged relationships and experience the beauty and meaning of their last days – all with minimal discomfort.
Residential Hospice is a life-affirming gift to give to yourself or a loved one. Here are some fast facts:
- Residential Hospice comes from a place of “yes.” When any patient has an unusual request or need, we do everything we can to go above and beyond to say “yes.”
- Our Care Teams collaborate with the patient and family to tailor the Care Plan to their specific needs and preferences.
- We offer many specialty services to relieve symptoms and enhance the patient’s experience, like aromatherapy, massage, pet and music therapy, virtual reality experiences and hospice doulas.
- Residential Hospice is a partner in the national organization We Honor Veterans, ensuring that we are specially qualified to meet the unique needs of veteran patients.
- When a patient receives a scary and confusing diagnosis, Residential Hospice is a soft landing place.
A difficult diagnosis can leave people feeling stressed, confused and frightened. What a relief to finally relax and allow experts to make life easier, more comfortable and more meaningful! If you have any questions or concerns at all, please contact us or learn more HERE. We are here for you and your family.