Whether you live in the East Bay or Walnut Creek area, you may be curious to learn more about hospice care. At Care Indeed, we know how difficult it is to watch as a loved one reaches the end of his/her life. However, during a difficult time, providing your loved one with a measure of comfort is essential.
Hospice care is designed for individuals who have only months or less to live, no matter how old they are, or what condition is stealing their life away. Whether someone has cancer, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or another condition/disease, hospice care provides support for the family, giving you a bit of respite during a difficult time.
Basically, there are four levels of hospice care which depend on the unique needs of your loved one. These include:
Caring for a dying loved one is both physically and emotionally draining. However, hospice care is important for helping maintain a level of comfort and quality of life. At Care Indeed, our East Bay in home caregivers are ready to help with your needs, providing peace of mind knowing that your loved one is being well cared for, and helping take some of the weight off your shoulders.
Home care is derived from the belief that older adults should be able to age at home with the level of care they need to be safe and comfortable.