Hospice at Home Wine & Beer Tasting Benefit Saturday, August 3, 2013 at 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. - Hospice at Home will...
A long-held vision for a hospice residence is one step closer to reality.
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About Hospice at Home
Hospice at Home is hope-filled care that lets you, or the person you are caring for, experience the highest quality of life possible through Transitions Service, palliative, hospice and bereavement care.
Living with or caring for someone with a chronic, life-limiting illness can be emotionally and physically draining. Palliative care can help relieve pain and can be used in addition to curative care.
After your loved one dies, or even at the beginning of a terminal illness, it is natural to grieve. Yet in our culture, we are often not prepared for the impact grief has on us. Hospice at Home offers the support you need for your bereavement journey.
Coping with an advanced progressive illness can become overwhelming. Hospice at Home's Transitions Service can guide you through the maze of medical and caregiving questions and help you find the resources you need.
News and Newsletters
See our news releases for information about upcoming Hospice at Home and Lory's Place events and programs. Or find useful advice for patients, caregivers and families in our quarterly Lines of Hope newsletter.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the questions we are most often asked regarding hospice care. Our hope is that by answering them you will feel more confident in making your personal decisions.
Here is a list of the Hospice at Home's leadership team, board of directors and Lory's Place Advisory Board. Please contact them if they can be of further assistance to you.
Hospice at Home is a non-profit organization. Here are the people, foundations and businesses whose recent generosity makes our services available to all who request Hospice care.
Excellent educational resources are available online to help the general public and medical professionals learn more about hospice and palliative care.
If you want to provide holistic care for those with life-limiting illnesses and injuries ... and give that care with the help of an extraordinary team ... let's talk about an amazing career opportunity.