Helping Hands is dedicated to providing quality care for you or your loved one. Our goal is to maximize your quality of life by enhancing your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. We offer guidance and support from the area's best doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists, and spiritual counselors. Our team lives and works in this community and we are dedicated to serving others. Our Hospice care is accredited by ACHC.
Our hospice care focuses not only on the physical but also the emotional and spiritual well-being of our patients and their families.
In addition to our expert doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists, and spiritual counselors, we have a wonderful team of dedicated hospice volunteers with a variety of expertise who are here to provide additional support to patients. These supports are patient-centered and focus on you or your loved one's hobbies, interests, and what brings peace and comfort.
Our Hospice team is available 24/7 to provide both medical and emotional support, answer questions, and offer guidance. When you are part of our team, you are never alone.
We provide Hospice care wherever you call home. This includes independent living facilities, assisted living facilities, or a house that you call home.
Hospice care is billed through both Medicaid and Medicare, with no out-of-pocket expenses for the patient.
Our Hospice Team is Comprised of Dedicated and Caring People:
Hospice Medical Director
Our Medical Director provides guidance and direction for our Hospice Team. She works with your existing doctors and nurses to ensure seamless support.
Skilled Nursing Team
Our skilled nursing team is comprised of Registered Nurses (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN). A dedicated, skilled nurse will coordinate all of your medical care and supportive needs. Our nurses will provide ongoing support and education to the hospice patients’ caregiver.
Home Hospice Aides
Home Hospice Aides provide personal care under the supervision of the RNs. They are assigned tasks based on identified personal care.
Medical Social Worker
Social Workers are available to discuss the emotional challenges of serious illness and help in providing ongoing support and education.
Our team of volunteers provides a wide range of services to support our patients and their families. They are caring and compassionate members of the community who are supervised and receive in-depth training and ongoing support.
Spiritual Care Chaplains
Our Chaplains provide care, regardless of your denomination. They can help talk you through issues regarding fear, loss, forgiveness, and anger or answer spiritual questions. They can also help in coordinating additional, specific spiritual support if desired.
Our bereavement services include support groups, one-on-one visits, letter mailings, and phone calls to families and caregivers experiencing a loss. This support is provided for 13 months following the loss of a loved one.
Our Music Therapist clinically uses music to accomplish individualized goals such as reducing stress and improving mood and self-expression.
Certified Wound Specialist
Our Wound Specialist will work in conjunction with our local wound care centers to ensure quality healing at home.
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Services are provided, referrals are made, and employment actions are made without regard to race, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, color, national origin, culture practices and beliefs, ancestry, religious creed, economic status, disability (mental or physical), marital status or age.