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    Hospice Care

    What Is Hospice Care?

    Hospice is a specialized kind of care designed to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients with terminal illnesses, and to provide support to family members. Hospice can be provided in your home, or that of your loved one, as well as at an assisted living residence, skilled nursing facility or other setting.

    Our hospice services include hospice aides to help with personal care, delivering medical equipment and providing the prescriptions needed for individual hospice care.

    Why Hospice Care at Home?

    Hospice care supports your loved one in the comfort of home with skilled care, nursing visits and guidance. Kindred at Home Hospice is a leader in clinical care and uncompromising service. Our experts will be glad to perform an assessment to help determine if hospice care is the best option for your loved one.

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    Palliative Care

    Palliative care is about making patients as comfortable and peaceful as possible, with pain management and psychological support.

    Can I Afford Hospice Care?

    Hospice care is covered by Medicare Part A benefits and many insurance plans. Hospice can be provided in your own home, assisted living, skilled nursing facility or other setting.

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