When a loved one is receiving end-of-life hospice care, it is the goal of family members and caregivers to relieve their suffering as much as possible, while respecting the individual’s wishes. Providing comfort throughout the course of hospice care can help improve the quality of one’s life during their remaining time.
Home Care Help Blog
Today, there are more than 43 million Americans 65 years or older, with the majority relying on Medicare insurance plans to cover medical expenses. From hospital stays, to home care, to prescription medication plans, choosing the right plan to cover your health needs and wants can be difficult.
Every industry has interruptions in service that require creativity toward resolution. And healthcare is no exception. At Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio, our specialty is filling those gaps in service for patients, clients and families who may need that assistance.
When a loved one has suffered a heart attack or undergone a heart bypass, concern is understandably high. Will he have another heart attack? Was her surgery successful?
Most caregivers spend their time worrying whether their loved ones are safe in their homes or if they require more care than they are able to provide. The constant worry often causes burnout and family complications. But home care services and other resources, give caregivers relief during these stressful times.