Discovering that a family member has been diagnosed with a terminal illness or limited life expectancy is extremely difficult.
We are very sensitive to this here at Assisting Hands Home Care in Westmont, IL and offer hospice care services to help your family through the process.
Through these services, we will provide a number of caregiving services to help your diagnosed loved one live out the remainder of their days in the comfort of home. We offer our hospice care services to families in Westmont, IL, and surrounding areas.
Compassionate End-of-Life Care
Ensuring that your loved one is treated with the utmost respect and compassion while they receive assistance is our top priority. To achieve this, our caregivers are carefully selected, and must pass meticulous training in hospice care services, CPR, and first aid before working with your loved one. When you choose to utilize our services, your loved one will receive help with day-to-day tasks in the comfort of home. This can include the following and more:
- Assistance with getting dressed, bathing, using the restroom, and maintaining personal hygiene
- Daily meal preparation
- Medication reminders
- General transportation services
- Light housekeeping services
To guarantee that we meet all caregiving requirements, we will first sit down with you and other family members to develop an optimal care plan. We will only provide our compassionate, one-on-one care after this care plan has been created.
Other Benefits of In-Home Hospice Care
The primary benefit of our hospice care services is that your loved one will be able to live out their remaining days in the comfort of home. No assisted living community is required. Additionally, family members will not need to spend hour upon hour providing informal care in an already stressful environment. We customize our schedules to fit your needs and are always willing to adjust them.
More About Our Caregivers
As we mentioned above, our caregivers are all required to pass training in hospice care services, CPR, and first aid. Before they reach this point, though, they must also pass a thorough background check. During their training, we keep an eye on their level of genuine care for their work, as we demand the absolute best for our clients. At the end of the day, if we assign you a caregiver who is not an ideal fit, we can rapidly replace them with somebody else. We have a diverse selection of both male and female caregivers, many of whom are bilingual.
How to Receive Hospice Care
We are happy to answer any questions you have and help you through this difficult time. We offer our services to families in Westmont, IL, and surrounding areas.