End of Life Care
Hospice (End of Life)
Types of Care
Talking about the end of life can be emotionally challenging and physically exhausting. Planning for end-of-life care can be even more difficult and stressful. When a family member is diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, he or she often has a strong desire to spend their final days in the comfort and familiarity of their home
At Heaven’s Hands Home Care, we respect and honor how our clients want to be treated and cared for in their final months, weeks and days. The dignity and comfort of our clients is our number one priority. We want your last memories with your loved one to be remembered as a peaceful and graceful passing, while we focus on preserving the dignity and comfort of your loved one.
Add this quote “One person caring about another represents life’s greatest value.”
How We Help
Heaven’s Hands is here to offer emotional support and care for your loved one by working with a hospice agency to help manage their comfort and preserve their dignity. We support, listen, and to develop a relationship with that person that is transcending in his or her illness. We will care for your loved one, helping with personal care, companionship, support, and comfort. The end of one’s life is an emotional time let us help by easing the stress of your loved one’s care. Be there and support as a family member or friend and leave the caregiving to us. We have your back.
Personal Care -Baths, Dressing, Oral Care etc.
Preserving dignity - Clean clothes, brushed hair, contience care
Feeding –Thicker when swallowing gets difficult
Turn & Reposition – Prevent bedsores if bedbound, preventing skin breakdown
Reporting Changes --Body temperature, breathing environment, appetite, disorientation
Monitoring pain – Reporting changes, getting ahead of the pain
Companionship – Moral support and preventing Isolation
Our Hospice Caregivers
Our hospice caregivers are trained and have experience in end of life care. They work closely with the hospice nurse reporting all changes. Our caregivers are compassionate and understand how vital the care they provide is during this emotional time. They take on full responsibility on being the eyes and ears of the client. Our caregivers are trained in recognizing the signs and symptoms of their clients. Emotional support is critical and our caregivers care with heart.
Planning for End of Life
Putting a team in place at the start of your end of life journey allows you and your loved one time to better prepare and plan.
Start the conversation
Lead the end of the life planning process
Eliminate key sources of stress for the loved one left behind
Rest assured their wishes can be met
Make a checklist
End of Life preferences
Around The Clock Care
24-hour care gives the family the support in knowing their loved one will never be alone during their end of life journey. It's vital to have a team in place to avoid last-minute scrambling. Changes with your loved ones can occur by the hour, having an experienced hospice aide ensures the quality care and comfort your loved one deserves.
Monitoring hourly changes
Continuity of Care
Maintaining Dignity & Comfort
Preventing skin breakdown (bed-bound clients)
Getting ahead of the pain
Reduced Stress for family
Want to learn more and have peace of mind?
Contact us today 860-519-1922