Hospice provides care where you live, whether it be a house, an apartment, assisted living, a nursing facility, or another place.
For many people, quality of life possessing the opportunity to be at home during the last stage of life. With this focus on the quality of life and comfort care, Hospice makes it more likely that patients can remain in their homes at the end of their lives.
Hospice is much more than just end of life care. It is the comprehensive care for the mind, body, and spiritual needs of the individual and the circle of friends and family who care for the patient.
You might be eligible to receive care from Devoted if you have been diagnosed with a life-shortening illness and have decided to focus on symptom management rather than curative treatment.
Common Diagnosis associated with Hospice Care are:
You may be eligible for Hospice Services if you are experiencing one or more of the following issues:
Hospice Care can be provided wherever the patient considers home:
Medicare Advantage Plans
No one is denied service because of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or diagnosis.