Hospice Help

It’s a delicate and difficult matter, but something many must consider when the time comes. Facing a hospice situation when it concerns a loved one can be an overwhelming and emotional venture. Your loved one may need varying degrees of care to make them as comfortable as possible. Spending as much quality time as you can, ensuring every need is met and simply being by their side is more important than ever.

Along with referring in-home care services, we at Aqua Home Care also find caregivers for families who have a loved one receiving hospice care. Whether your loved one is in a nursing home, other care facility or in their own home, a trusted, compassionate caregiver can offer support. Sometimes family members are not always available to be there around the clock, and having someone who can provide companionship during those times can be helpful. Your loved one’s own personal caregiver can be available to fit your schedule whether during the day or through the night. Benefits of an additional, caring hand include having someone who can:

  • Sit with your loved one
  • Read a book, magazine, or newspaper aloud
  • Communicate with family members
  • Converse with your loved one
  • Take notes
  • Be a comforting presence
  • Offer companionship

Facing the reality of end of life care is a troubling and immensely emotional situation. If your loved one is in need of hospice care, Aqua Home Care can find additional support to ensure that someone is always there by their side. This support can also be extended to those who are already receiving in-home care services. In the event of needing hospice care, your personal caregiver can continue to be a familiar presence in your life. With understanding, supportiveness and gentleness, Aqua Home Care is here for you and your loved one.

Recent Testimonials
Dottie Russell
The Villages

We had a wonderful care giver his name was Bryan. He has great with my partner. He was a very hard worker. Bob in joyed his jokes

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