Hospice began as a
volunteer-driven, grassroots movement in the US in the late 1970s.
Today, hospice is an integral part of the healthcare landscape that
cares for more than 1.5 million patients every year(NHPCO, 2011).
Death can be peaceful,
beautiful, painless, and worry free. Just like how we plan life, we can
also plan our death. We must come to terms to the fact that nobody
lives forever, and when it's time to go, our bodies will tell
A hospice provides a
special service that would help ease you and your loved ones through
that transition towards the final chapter of our lives, and just like a
book or a movie, most people would hope for a good ending; a place of
love, warmth, comfort, compassion, and dignity like a beautiful sunset.
By employing our hospice services, you will make sure that you will not
be alone in a very difficult period of your life and we would be there
to see you and your family's needs throughout the time that you are
alive and up to one year after your death.
Treats the physical,
emotional, and spiritual needs of those they serve.
Provides care in the
patient's home, or in a home-like setting.
Supports family and
caregivers by offering counseling, training, and information.
Helps patients live
pain-free and as comfortable as possible to ensure the best possible
quality of life.
medicines, and equipment needed to maintain quality of life.
Hospice offers choices
and honors the wishes of the patient.