We help our patients by providing pain and symptom management. Our staff helps patients keep their regular medication schedules precisely as prescribed. Because your loved one may be on a multiple medication setup, it becomes difficult to keep up with all the varying times pills need to be taken, and the risk of skipped doses increases. Our professionals are trained to prevent medication mishaps by:
Preparing medications in advance
Sorting according to day/time schedule
Providing prescription change oversight
Instructing family about medication management
Delivering medical /durable medical equipment
We provide the essential monitoring needed for optimized care that supports prolonged and enhanced life. Because anything can happen in an end-of-life situation at any given time, we offer this supportive service 24 hours a day. Dedicated monitoring underscores a mission to provide optimal care at the most fragile juncture, enabling essential peace of mind for you and your loved one.
Our medical social workers come to you to address both patient and family emotional needs and assist in crucial decision-making. This includes the full scope of available counseling and social services resources. End-of-life social services help families by:
Connecting to community resources
Addressing coping strategies/intervention
Linking to financial assistance programs
Advocating for patient and family
Assisting in critical decisions
Guiding in advance planning
Your care revolves around the interdisciplinary expertise of a professional medical team. Using a holistic approach, we assess your individual health needs and follow up with relevant home services. This can include input from your primary and specialty physicians, and servicing from Registered Nurses as well as Licensed Vocational Nurses, Certified Health Aides, Social Workers and Clergy or Spiritual Counselors.
Therapy and other individualized care are provided by participating specialists.