During the month of November, the home care and hospice community honors the millions of brave and dedicated nurses, home care aides, therapists, and social workers who make a remarkable difference in the lives of the patients and families they serve.
Celebrating National Home Care & Hospice Month
It can be difficult for families and care providers to know when a loved one needs home health or hospice services. That’s why our clinical team looks beyond the obvious to help guide patients and families along their healthcare journey. Whether a patient is recovering from a recent surgery, managing a chronic illness, or has received a life-limiting diagnosis, care in the comfort of home can help.
In honor of National Home Care & Hospice Month, let’s break down these impactful services and understand the similarities and differences between the two.
Home Healthcare helps with:
What both have in common:
Hospice care helps with:
The comfort and safety of home is by far the preferred location to receive care and treatment. Today, millions of America’s seniors and disabled citizens depend on home health and hospice services for high-quality care. For decades, caring for the elderly, disabled, and chronically ill at home has proven to be a dignified and compassionate method of treatment.