Restoring Dignity and Comfort
Hospice solutions to address life-limiting barriers, allowing your loved ones to live with dignity and comfort.
Watch our video to meet our team and learn how we can help. Our team is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, to provide you with support.
What is hospice care
When you, or your loved ones, face life-limiting illness or injury, our hospice team is there to help. The Parentis Hospice team focuses on holistically addressing core medical, emotional and spiritual needs to provide dignity and comfort.
Our Hospice team helps to manage pain and address symptoms to allow you or your loved ones to live out your life peacefully. Whatever the cause – illness, age, injury or other factors – we are here to help.
We offer the following care:
- Palliative care
- Dementia care
- Wound care
- Emotional/spiritual supportive care
- Care for veterans
- Comfort Care
Our in-home services include:
- Observation and assessment
- Skilled nursing care
- Pain and symptom management
- Caregiver education
- Personal care
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Guidance on advance directives and other planning
- Emotional and spiritual support
- Bereavement support and grief counseling
We understand that life-limiting illnesses and injuries can be confusing, bringing about additional stress to exacerbate your situation. To help ease the confusion that arises and reduce related stress, we offer the following educational support.
- Locating the right resources for your specific situation
- Educating you or your loved ones about your illness and treatment options
- Providing emotional and spiritual support
- Aiding in difficult decisions related to your medical treatment
We help you make sense of the difficult decisions you and your loved ones face, providing you with comfort and peace of mind.
Hospice care is covered under:
- Medicare Part A
- The VA
- Most private insurances
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For those impacted by life-limiting health concerns, there are numerous factors that can compound the seriousness of your situation. We help you manage symptoms related to:
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
- Cardiac and pulmonary diseases such as CHF/COPD
- Neurological disease
Our hospice team focuses on managing the following symptoms to help mitigate the escalation of your condition, allowing you to return to a more comfortable state.
- Shortness of breath
- Anxiety and stress
- Sleep deprivation
- Existential Crisis
Value in parentis health hospice care
Meet our team and learn how our holistic approach to hospice care can help you or your loved ones live out life with dignity and comfort.
Volunteering for Hospice
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Emotional and spiritual help
Our team provides you with personalized emotional and spiritual support. We apply therapeutic practices and offer resources to allow you to achieve the quality of life you deserve.
Hospice patients often experience depression, anxiety and stress. Our team provides emotional support to both patients and their loved ones and caregivers. We understand that emotional distress can reduce quality of life, and we work closely with you to ensure that the quality is restored.
As you or your loved ones face the reality of end-of-life, one’s faith and concern about what happens after comes to light. We provide solace and spiritual support to help patients through these challenging, often confusing times.
We believe in the power of education to help you live your best life the whole way through. Join us on an educational journey to wellness, health and an independent life.
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clinical care management
We take the pressure off of you to help keep up with medication, appointments and next steps in your loved ones’ care.
We manage symptoms to help extend the lives of your aging parents and loved ones with dignity.
You shouldn’t have to leave your home when health issues arise. Our team is here to ensure you don’t have to.
Providing companionship, general assistance and essential services for your elderly or disabled loved ones.
Boutique-style residential living as an alternative to group home living to offer freedom, comfort and independence.
health & wellness
Wellness, prevention and strength are at the core of living a long, dignified, independent life.