hospice patient and care worker

Caring for Your Loved One, Easing Your Burden

We understand that caring for a loved one at this stage can be overwhelming. Our Hospice Assistance program is designed to provide critical care services for your loved one while alleviating some of the stress and strain on the immediate family. Hospice Assistance services are designed to ease the burden of those suffering from chronic illness or preparing for “end of life.”

Our Caregivers Understand

Our Hospice Assistance services are provided by caregivers who understand the physical, social and emotional needs of associated with end of life care. Our caregivers are trained to partner with the hospice agency of your choosing. We will work in tandem with hospice services, picking up where hospice and other practitioners leave off.

Shifting the “Care-Load”

The presence of a caring and skilled caregiver means that the needs of your loved one will be fully served as well as the family members need for times of respite during this uniquely challenging time. By shifting the “care-load” from your family to our staff, your family can have more time to simply be together around your loved one. Under the supervision of agency RN, Heather O’ Leary, our caregivers are trained to coordinate with care with family, hospice staff and the other practitioners.

Hospice Assistance Services

  • Personal Care
  • Companionship
  • Meal Preparation
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Respite Care for Family Members
  • Medication Assist and Administration
  • Attention to Comfort and Hydration
  • Changing/Cleaning/Hygiene
  • More on Request …

Next Steps

You've taken the first step to finding a solution to your care needs. The next step is to either give us a call, 503.479.7179 or fill out the Contact form below, AND use this link to schedule a consultation with someone on our team. Look forward to hearing from you!

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4434 SE Main Street, Portland, OR 97215

503 479 7179


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