Hospice and Palliative care is a wonderful program that allows people to pass away in the comfort of their home if that is what they choose. While Hospice offer a Nurse who is on call 24/7 to answer any questions and stop by when you need them too. But they are not able to sit with your loved one all day everyday.
With companionship care from PHCI our staff will stay with you, all day everyday until we are not needed anymore. You can have us as much or as little as you may need in a day from Private Home Care, Inc.
PHCI is able to bathe, assist with eating, dressing and all day to day needs of your loved one . The limited time you have with your loved could be spent reminiscing and making plans that need to be done, while we do the care giving. Freeing up your valuable time to just be family.
Hospice is end of life care. Once on Hospice you will receive a team of professionals and volunteers provided by the Hospice agency you contract with. This team will give medical, psychological and spiritual support but not treatment. The goal of Hospice care is to help people who are dying to have peace, comfort and dignity. The medical part of Hospice to to treat pain and discomfort, not to treat for a cure. PHCI is able to follow the physicians recommendations and assist the client in staying comfortable.
There are five main stages of grief that most people go through, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. PHCI staff understand these stages are difficult to deal with and sometimes there are strong feelings that arise. Let us help you and your loved ones navigate these feelings.
PHCI's staff have gone through training to help them understand Hospice care. These training help them to understand the stages of grief, and the emotional strain that falls on the family as well as the caregiver. Our staff have a unique understanding of care and comfort. Our company believes that good care starts with good comfort. Let us help your loved ones age in place.
Palliative Care is specialized medical care for people with a serious illness or decline in health. This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness or extensive age. The goal is to improve quality of life for patients and family. The goal is to provide comfort care but patients may also receive curative treatments for their illness.
Both palliative care and hospice care provide comfort. But palliative care can begin at diagnosis, and at the same time as treatment. Hospice care begins after treatment of the disease is stopped and when it is clear that the person is not going to survive the illness.
Hospice care is usually offered only when the person is expected to live 6 months or less.
PHCI is here to help with all your care-giving needs; wither they are for general care, hospice care of palliative care. We are here for you and your family.