Care Where You Live
No matter where a patient calls home it's a place that adds a level of comfort that only a familiar environment can provide. Enhancing a comfortable setting, with customized clinical, emotional, social and spiritual support will deliver peace to life’s final journey. Homestead is committed to providing unrivaled, compassionate hospice services as part of pain and symptom management. Hospice is provided where the patient calls home, whether that is:
- Private residence (house, condo or apartment)
- Assisted living facility
- Skilled Nursing facility
- Group home
Care at Home
Caregiver and family members often worry about their ability to provide comfort for a seriously ill loved one at home. Homestead’s expert support team provides guidance and education of disease specific symptom management with a unique anticipatory Homestead Symptom Pathway for Crises Management. Through the disease specific Crisis Pathway, the caregiver will have an enhanced awareness of symptom management and more confidence in caring for their loved one at home. Families feel a sense of relief and satisfaction knowing they can help to keep their loved one comfortable until a Homestead team member arrives. The Homestead support team is only a call away to provide that extra level of support and peace of mind.
Care in a Facility
If a patient calls home a nursing center or assisted living facility and their physician has determined they have six months or less to live, Homestead will coordinate hospice services with the contracted facility. Understanding and acknowledging the importance of communication and care collaboration between family members and facility staff are key elements of hospice care. Homestead’s professional team will communicate after each visit directly with the family and facility to keep everyone updated on the patient's status.
If the patient and family has any reason to have their loved one in an inpatient hospice unit, Homestead will provide the best care possible in a contracted facility to ensure all comfort measures.
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