You are not alone in your role as caregiver. We are here to care for your loved one and support you during this time. Download our Guide for Caregivers to learn more about what to expect during hospice care.
Hospice volunteers often say that helping those in need at a critical point in their lives is profoundly rewarding and emotionally meaningful. Learn how you can become a hospice volunteer in your community.
Learn more about the We Honor Veterans program and other benefits available to American veterans in need of hospice care at va.gov.
An advance directive – a living will and/or a medical power of attorney – refers to instructions about your future medical care in the event that you become unable to speak for yourself. Each state regulates the use of advance directives differently. The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization provides free advance directive documents and instructions.
For more information about Medicare and Medicaid benefits for patients 65 and older, visit cms.gov.
Learn more about hospice care and patient advocacy at National Hospice Foundation and
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Click here to learn more about your rights as a patient under the new Affordable Care Act.
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