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Hospice Care

At National Church Residences, hospice is not a place. It is specialized care designed for someone who has a life-limiting health issue. When health challenges present themselves, important decisions and control seem to be in the hands of others. This can leave you or your loved one overwhelmed and confused regarding your options and choices.

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Hospice Services Offered

With National Church Residences Hospice, you or your loved one can receive support that includes:

  • Nurses who are experts at managing symptoms and coordinating an individual’s care. This means improved quality of life for you or your loved one.
  • Social workers who understand complex psychological and social issues surrounding families. This understanding can decrease anxiety and worry.
  • Chaplains who are sensitive to a your or your loved one’s spiritual perspective. This can foster a greater sense of peace and understanding.
  • Volunteers who are trained to provide support. This support can help alleviate the stress that can come with caring for loved ones.
  • Home health aides who realize the unique approach needed when providing personal care. This too can lessen caregivers’ stress.
  • Any medical equipment, medical supplies and prescriptions related to why you or your loved one is receiving our hospice care are paid for and provided by National Church Residences.

Support for End-of-Life Care Services

National Church Residences Hospice Program has the simple, yet profound goal of putting a person’s life back in his or her control. Our expert care staff can design an approach to care that meets the unique goals of you and your family. We strive to honor your wishes and support your family during this time.

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Common Questions About Hospice

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How can I deal with the emotions involved in caring for my aging parent?

When a grown child is caring for their aging parent, it can be challenging to address the emotions that are involved with moving to a senior living community. The good news is that there are many national and local resources are available for caregivers:

• Family Caregiver Alliance
• National Alliance for Caregiving
• National Family Caregiving Associations
• National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor. Read More

How can I deal with the emotions involved in caring for my aging parent?

When a grown child is caring for their aging parent, it can be challenging to address the emotions that are involved with moving to a senior living community. The good news is that there are many national and local resources are available for caregivers:

• Family Caregiver Alliance
• National Alliance for Caregiving
• National Family Caregiving Associations
• National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor.

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