Did you know?
- The hospice care sector supports approximately 200,000 people with terminal and life-limiting conditions in the UK each year. This amounts to more than four in ten people of those estimated to need expert end of life care.
- Hospices support people with a wide range of conditions including cancer, motor neuron disease, cardio-vascular diseases, dementia, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease. Hospices are increasingly supporting people with multiple life-limiting conditions.
- The majority of hospice care (80 per cent) is provided in community-based settings, including home care - hospice at home, outpatient services and hospice day care.
What can hospice care do for your loved one?
ADINA Home Care Services Ltd can provide hospice care that focuses on making your loved one as comfortable as possible through loving care, allowing them peace, dignity and comfort in the privacy of their own home. Additionally, your caregiver can provide emotional support for you and your family, helping to alleviate distress and grief during your time of need. ADINA Caregivers can work closely with your professional hospice care provider and follow your medically-directed program at your direction.
Hospice care examples can include:
- Family support:
- ADINA Caregivers can make every effort to ease your loved one’s transition into hospice care. Our Caregiver’s can be there to provide emotional and spiritual support to ensure the comfort of you and your family. We even have a Priest if so desired to pray with you and your loved ones.
- Enhanced quality of life:
- ADINA Caregivers can deliver compassionate care to make sure that your loved one is as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
- Symptom management:
- A Pre-Vetted Certified professional can address all signs and symptoms associated with your loved one’s illness, focusing on easing stress and keeping pain to a minimum.
- Bereavement support:
- Losing a loved one can take a toll on a person’s mental health and stability. ADINA Caregivers understand that each person handles grief differently and can be there to support you during your time of need.