Why Choose Assisting Hands?
End of Life CareDeciding how to move forward knowing that your loved one is living their final days can be highly stressful. Family caregivers especially may be struggling after having spent so much time with their loved one. End-of-life care is surely a sensitive topic for everyone, which is why it must be discussed with empathy. It’s also best to have the loved one’s will expressed in writing so the care plan can be carried out according to their wants and needs.
In-Home Hospice Care ServicesAs soon as we receive your request for in-home hospice care assistance, Assisting Hands Home Care will schedule a free consultation to discuss your loved one’s needs. We will then develop a home care plan customized to fit these needs and assign a trained caregiver to provide the hospice care assistance. While our hospice care services include everything from medication reminders and light housekeeping to meal preparation and personal care, our care services mean much more. Our hospice caregivers aim to establish a sense of companionship with your loved one. We want to ensure that their final days are spent feeling happy and comfortable in their own home, which is why we create a sense of trust from the beginning.
Hospice Home CareFor individuals requiring hospice home care, our caregivers are trained and experienced to provide non-medical care assistance. While the unique needs will depend on the patient, our hospice care services can include any of the following:
- Personal care and grooming, including incontinence care, dressing, bathing, and restroom assistance
- Light housekeeping
- Meal preparation
- Medication reminders
Call (888) 559-3889 for your free in-home consultation
Home Care Services
Contact Us for a Free ConsultationFor professional hospice home care services in Illinois, Chicago suburbs and Wisconsin, contact Assisting Hands Home Care at (888) 559-3889.
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