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About Adoration Hospice
Adoration Hospice provides compassionate care at the highest quality for patients with terminal illnesses and their families. At Adoration Hospice, we offer you and your family many options and opportunities to make important care decisions and retain control in difficult times. Our interdisciplinary hospice team tailors unique and individualized plans for you and your family based on a comprehensive understanding of your needs, providing you with expert medical care, pain management, symptom alleviation, support programs, counseling and bereavement support. We are here to ensure that you and your family are well prepared and live life fully.
Adoration Hospice Care Team
Our interdisciplinary Care Team is comprised of Physician(s), a Hospice Medical Director, Nurses, Social Workers, Home Health Aides, Chaplains, Counselors and Volunteers from your own community. Our team works closely with your current Physicians and to create a care plan that addresses your clinical and emotional needs. We recognize that hospice care does not abide by standard hours of operation. A Care Team representative is available to you and your loved ones, 24/7 including holidays, ensuring the best possible experience and quality of life for all.
Care Plans That Meet Your Needs.
Routine home care is the most common hospice service utilized. Hospice services are provided within the patient’s home, whether it’s a private residence, assisted living facility, or long-term care facility. All services are provided in the home and nurses, aides, counselors, etc. will visit you to ensure your comfort and safety.
Respite care is a short-term inpatient stay that provides the family and/or caregiver relief, for no more than 5 days in a month. Respite care must be given in a Medicare designated inpatient facility, and may not be provided in an assisted living facility or private residence. Respite care is available if your family or caregiver is physically/emotionally drained, ill, or has an event they must attend such as a wedding. There must be a designated caregiver in order for respite care to be considered.
When medically appropriate, and a more intensive level of care is required to help manage symptoms, our hospice team members will work in shifts of up to 24 hours per day for a brief period to help you remain at home, rather than be admitted to the hospital. This intensive level of care is appropriate when a patient is having acute symptoms that can’t be managed by the primary caregiver or with intermittent visits.
- Community Support Services Placement
- Medical Management
- Dietary Management
- Chaplain Support
- Bereavement Specialists
Many people don’t realize they may be eligible for hospice benefits. We would be happy to provide information regarding hospice and eligibility requirements. If you have any questions about Adoration or hospice in general, feel free to contact us.
A team member will happily set up a meeting with you and your family to address any questions or concerns you have.