When a patient is in need of hospice care it means that their illness or condition is unable to be cured. Patients are usually transitioned to hospice care when doctors believe they have around 6 months or less to live. 

In-Home Hospice Care

The purpose of hospice care is not to cure a patient's illness but to care for them and make sure that they are as comfortable as possible. In order to make sure that hospice patients are comfortable they are provided with symptom control, pain management, psychological support, and spiritual support. Hospice care helps ease the pain and improves the quality of life for patients suffering from a terminal illness. Even though patients are put on hospice care when they are believed to be within their last 6 months of life, There are cases in which patients' conditions improve, and they are taken out of hospice.

Hospice Care with AAHC

American Advantage Home Care provides certified home hospice care for patients that need help in their home. Our licensed hospice care nurses provide quality personalized home care to all of our hospice patients. Our in-home caregivers will make sure all of you or your loved one’s symptoms and pain are well managed and make sure you receive spiritual and psychological support. If you or a loved one is in need of certified hospice care, please contact us online or call us at 844-4MY-AAHC to set up an appointment and ask any questions you may have.

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