Support you want, when you need it
If you have questions about home health and hospice care for yourself or your loved one, we’re here to offer the information and support you need, every step of the way.
A Better Way to Care®
We’re committed to always providing the best possible care for our patients. For us, that starts with taking the time to build deep personal connections so we can understand their specific health care goals. Combined with predictive technology and evidence-based practices, we’re expanding what’s possible for home health and hospice.Our approach
Resources for home health and hospice
We empower our patients and their loved ones to take control of their health care journey by investing time in education and actionable resources. To complement the information and tools we provide during home visits, we have a variety of online resources to address many concerns and questions about home health and hospice care.
What is home health?
Home health gives you the opportunity to receive the care you need in your most comfortable environment — your home.Read article
What are the differences between home health and home care?
Recognizing these differences can help you understand the level of care each provides and which services may be most beneficial to you.Read article
The role of home health aides
Home health aides are key members of a patient’s care team, as they keep patients safe and healthy, prevent hospitalizations and help improve quality of life.Read article
Support for caregivers
Caring for yourself or your loved one is no easy task. From articles about pain management to grief counseling, we’re here to support you at every step.
What is caregiver burnout?
By prioritizing their own health and well-being, caregivers are able to improve their quality of life and in turn provide the best possible care to their loved ones.Read article
What is anticipatory grief?
When a loved one enters hospice, it’s not uncommon to begin wondering what will happen when they are no longer with us.Read article
Coping with 4 common caregiver challenges
More and more family members are taking on the role of caregiver. Each day, approximately 10,000 baby boomers reach the age of 65, and by 2030, the entire generation of baby boomers will be at least 65 years old, according the United States Census Bureau.Read article
Explore more resources
Our resource library has materials that cover various questions and concerns surrounding home health and hospice. Whether it’s specific questions about aging in place or broader questions about health and wellness, we have information that will help you throughout your health care journey.
How to evaluate care options to play a more active role in making health care choices
Home health and hospice glossary
Educate yourself on some of the most common terminology used in the home health and hospice care settings to take control of your health care journey.Read glossary
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