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Ensuring your comfort during the difficulties of illness.

In our experience of providing hospice care services in Arlington, Texas for years, we understand the challenges of caring for patients with terminal illnesses. The whole process can affect them and their family members both physically and emotionally.

If you are going through this ordeal, you don’t have to experience this alone. We have an interdisciplinary team of professionals, as well as spiritual counselors, to help you and your family get through these difficult times. We have professional on-call staff members who are available 24/7 to take your calls or visit a patient when necessary.

What We Do

  • Provide peace of mind and comfort, with on-call availability of staff to meet the needs of patients and family members.
  • Create an individualized plan of care focused on the patient’s specific needs to ensure comfort at all times and an end-of-life service with dignity and respect.
  • Assess and manage all symptoms related to the illness such as pain, nausea, anxiety, fatigue, or shortness of breath, etc.
  • Address emotional, spiritual, and social aspects of coping with serious illness, honoring specific customs, traditions, and religious practices.
  • Help the patient and family navigate through the complexities of end-of-life decision-making, providing resources on matters, such as advance directives, do-not-resuscitate orders (OOH-DNR), or offer community resources available for assistance.
  • Provide bereavement support for family members for one year following the patient’s death.

We provide the following services:

We also provide

  • Pain and symptom management
  • Skilled Nursing care by licensed nurses
  • Clinician scheduled home visits
  • Medical equipment & supplies
  • Hospice aide to assist the patient in personal care
  • Professional staff, on-call available 24/7
  • Medications to control the patient’s symptoms
  • Provides medications related to the terminal diagnosis of the patient
  • Therapy services available when necessary
  • Hospital inpatient services as needed
  • Continuous care service as needed for symptom management and intervention
  • Respite services as needed for family support
  • Spiritual support and guidance from chaplain services
  • Licensed Social Worker for professional counseling, grief support and assist with community resources for patient and family members
  • Physician home visit as needed
  • Volunteer services, as requested
  • Bereavement Services

Are you in need of hospice care services for your terminally ill loved one? Don’t hesitate to reach us out through our hotline or send us a message.