Hospice care (end-of-life care) for seniors focuses on quality of life and providing compassionate care during the last phases of the disease so your loved one can be as comfortable as possible. Caregivers try to control and monitor the pain and other symptoms to allow the individual to remain as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
During an illness that is terminal, you or your loved ones may talk with your doctor and decide the treatments meant to cure or slow a disease are no longer working.
Your doctor may refer you to hospice care (also called end-of-life care) if they believe the terminal illness only gives you 6 months or less to live. Hospice isn't always a permanent choice, and you can stay in hospice care beyond the expected time frame the doctor stated.
Hospice care for seniors can take place in a group home setting (residential care home), at home, at a hospice center, in a hospital, or a nursing facility.
Hospice care for elderly
Hospice isn't always a permanent choice. You have the control to decide if you want to continue with hospice care or stop. Whatever your decision is, we are here for you to provide the care you need.
Hospice care for seniors
At 4 Seasons Senior Living, our team includes caregivers, doctors, nurses, and home health aides that work together to meet your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Hospice care team
Our compassionate and caring staff provide a home-like setting at our residential care homes for your loved one to be as comfortable as possible by monitoring levels of pain and symptom management. Our caregivers understand that every hospice resident is unique.
4 Levels of Hospice Care
Hospice care at home
Continuous hospice care
Inpatient hospice care