Through the care and services of Homeland Hospice, there remains much hope for peace and meaning. There is hope to spend final months, weeks or days free of pain. There is hope for spending quality time with loved ones in the familiar surroundings of home or that of a skilled-care or personal-care facility, such as those of our affiliated Homeland Center.
And to deliver on these hopes, Homeland Hospice utilizes an interdisciplinary team of professionals and trained volunteers to provide expert medical care, pain-and-symptom management, and emotional and spiritual support to patients and family caregivers.
All of our care is tailored to the patient's needs and wishes. In the process, Homeland Hospice helps patients and their families focus on living as fully as possible.
The Possibility of Every Single Day
So many people think of hospice as the end. But it can be the beginning of a richly rewarding chance to better understand the deepest values and meanings by which people live that enriches each day, provides the patient with comfort and peace, while leaving behind a legacy of love for family members. This process is sometimes referred to as someone's spiritual journey.
Homeland Hospice provides tenderhearted spiritual and bereavement services that can enrich each day, reveal profound meaning and become a bridge to closeness and closure among family members through the end-of-life and for up to 13 months following the death of a loved one.
Our spiritual and bereavement counselors respond to each patient and family member wherever they may be on their spiritual journeys. Of course, some patients prefer their own faith family and decline these services, as each patient is free to do.
But for those who want the comfort, peace and support of a spiritual or bereavement counselor adept at listening, supporting and spending time with a patient nearing the final stages of life and their loved ones, Homeland Hospice provides these services to further provide comfort, enrichment and support.