To aid the patient in attaining and preserving their optimal level of functioning, self-care, and independence.
Speech Therapy Services (Speech Therapist)
To conduct assessments and propose strategies that focus on interventions like alternative communication methods and swallowing exercises to enhance nutrition and address speech-related issues.
Nutritional Services (Registered Dietitian)
To guarantee the delivery of suitable nutritional care and consultation to hospice patients and their families/caregivers.
Continuous Care Services
A short-term intervention designed for medical crises, such as uncontrolled and severe symptoms.
For symptom management and/or pain control that exceeds the capabilities of the home setting.
"Respite Care" refers to a period of rest or relief, providing a valuable gift of time for family/caregivers, granted by professional caregivers.
To guarantee the availability of pharmacy services round-the-clock, 24 hours per day.
Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies
To ensure that hospice patients receive necessary equipment and supplies based on their assessed healthcare needs.
To coordinate non-emergency medical transportation services, using ambulance or wheelchair vans, when the patient's medical and physical condition makes transportation via public or private means medically unsuitable.