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Get to know the hospice professionals working to make tomorrows even better for your loved ones
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Your loved one deserves the best care in the final stages of their lives. This is what we hope to give you, your loved one, and your family.

Here are the members comprising our team and what they do towards helping you achieve your hospice care goals.

1. Hospice Physician

  • Does consultations and visits at your loved one’s patient’s residence
  • Is the one overseeing and evaluating your loved one’s patient’s plan of care and symptom and management
  • Works with and complements your loved one’s attending physician

2. Skilled & Registered Nurse

  • The one in charge of your loved one’s assessment; planning and organizing the care to be provided
  • Implements the plan of care that involves symptom management and pain control
  • Assists, trains, and educates your family, your loved one’s caregiver, and other household staff

3. Social Worker

  • Provides psycho-social and emotional assessment, intervention, and support for your loved one and your family.
  • Offers much-needed information and referrals to community resources (eg., in-home help, mental health support, and protective services
  • Bereavement support for your family for thirteen months following the passing of your loved one

4. Home Health Aide

  • Assists your loved one with their personal care needs
  • Takes on light housekeeping chores

5. Chaplain/Spiritual Counselor

  • Offers a ministry of presence to your loved one during their spiritual end-of-life journey
  • Provides spiritual support and care for your loved one and your family

6. Volunteer

  • Offers companionship to your loved one especially when you or your family are away
  • Provides compassionate care and support

7. Therapists

  • Can come in the form of a physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, music therapist, and massage therapist
  • Depending on your loved one’s needs, provides therapeutic exercises mainly to ease them of their symptoms and pain and to improve the quality of their daily life

8. Dietitian

  • Evaluates your loved one’s nutritional needs
  • Monitors the changes involved in your loved one’s nutrition and offers an appropriate strategy