East Valley Hospice Care
Choosing an East Valley Inpatient or In-Home Hospice
Is An Easy Choice in an Uneasy Journey
Is your loved one facing the uncertainty of the end of their life? Is a hospital or nursing home outside of your financial needs and also unappealing for your loved love’s end of life journey? Hospice care and palliative care are wonderful alternatives to the sterile, sad environment of hospitals and nursing homes. Inpatient hospice care or in-home hospice care could drastically change your loved one’s end of life journey and make it into something more positive, loving, and comfortable.
Why should I choose hospice care?
- Home-like and comforting atmosphere that contrasts hospitals and nursing homes.
- Financial relief, as hospitals and nursing homes are often very expensive.
- The ability to offer your loved one the opportunity to experience their end of life journey from the comfort and familiarity of their own home.
- Hospice facilities often have talented and supportive staff, including doctors, nurses, caregivers, and volunteers.
- One of the main goals of hospice care is pain and symptom relief, which will give your loved one the opportunity to pass away with little pain.
- A more dignified, ethical, and loving way to help your loved one pass on.
- Opportunities to be with them when they move on.
- Spiritual care services are often offered.
Finding a good hospice facility or organization can be difficult. Luckily, Americare Hospice and Palliative Care offer fantastic faith-based services within a warm, home-like facility or within the comfort of your loved one’s home. Americare Hospice offers services in Gold Canyon, San Tan Valley, Sun Lakes, Ahwatukee, and many other places in the Valley.
Why should I choose Americare Hospice and Palliative Care?
- Strong belief in the sacredness of a human being’s life and process of death.
- Respectable nurses.
- Hospice aides that assist with grooming and bathing.
- Kind volunteers that can help keep the patient comfortable and entertained while their caregiver is away.
- Spiritual care and support from ministers to aid in their spiritual needs.
- Many positive testimonials and reviews from satisfied caregivers of patients.
- A free supportive thirteen month bereavement program.
The family and friends that are left behind matter too.
The trauma of death does not just end when someone passes on. Grief, mourning, and sadness after the loss of a loved one can deeply affect our well-being if we do not seek out help. This is especially true if we have been by our loved one’s side through their illness and passing.
Americare Keeps you Updated
A Patient’s Daughter – East Valley
“I appreciate the expert and compassionate care you gave her during her last days. The members of your staff provided the utmost of professional support and advice while mother was in extreme discomfort.”
Americare is Very Professional
A Patient’s Daughter – Gilbert
“It has been 8 months since my dad passed away. I reflect back on the outstanding care my dad was given and I wanted to thank Americare again.”
What is a Bereavement Program?
‘Bereavement’ is defined as the period of intense grief following a friend or family member’s death. A Bereavement program is a supportive program offered by some hospice care facilities to help a patient’s loved ones heal. A supportive, trained, and qualified team of counselors or therapists are on hand to offer their services.
Americare Hospice and Palliative Care offers a minimum thirteen month bereavement program for grieving friends and family at no cost, so you can get the care you deserve.
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