Hospice & Palliative Support Services
The Home Care Support You Need, When You Need It
Griswold Home Care offers support to clients receiving hospice and palliative care services. Palliative care is the type of care that focuses on making a sick person feel comfortable and is not designed to cure an illness. Hospice care is sometimes referred to as end-of-life care and is a type of palliative care for patients who are in their last stages of a serious illness and have opted not to continue with curative treatments. The purpose of hospice support is to focus on comfort, symptom-relief, and emotional-spiritual support.
We take a simple approach whether at home or in a care facility: providing a caregiver who will allow our clients to spend quality time with their families. Our caregivers can assist with a wide variety of everyday non-medical tasks, including:
- Companionship for the sick individual
- Daily activities like dressing or bathing
- Providing social interaction
- Medication reminders
- Emotional support
- Assistance with home chores
The Benefits of Palliative & Hospice Support
Palliative and hospice support is designed to make your loved one as comfortable as possible, whether that’s in their home or a care facility. Many times, among the doctor's visits and treatments and hard decisions, the recognition that someone ultimately deserves to be comfortable can be forgotten. Caregivers want to make sure your loved one’s dignity remains intact and that they have time to enjoy more of what they love, whether that’s hobbies at home or spending precious time with their loved ones. Palliative support can also help you avoid the additional costs that come with prolonged hospital stays.
Always Here for You
If you’re seeking palliative or hospice support, your local Griswold Home Care office is ready to assist, whether that’s in your home or a facility. We will do our best to provide you with a caregiver within 48 hours of hearing from you. We have over 40 years of experience and are fully prepared to provide your loved one with the compassionate care they deserve.