At Home Hospice Care in Arcadia

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Having a Terminally Ill loved one can cause a lot of emotional imbalance and questions about family roles and relationships that you don’t know answers to.  The most important aspect of Hospice Care is being able to provide comfort, emotional, and physical support for your loved one.  This article on Mayo Clinic titled Terminal Illness: Supporting a Terminally Ill Loved One, is stylized in the Q&A format and answers a lot of questions regarding coping and providing support that one may have when dealing with a loved one who is at end of life.

Many families feel it’s better for an Elderly loved one to receive Hospice Care at home rather than in a hospital or nursing home.  At A-1 Home Care, we provide experienced and compassionate Hospice Care services on a 24 hour live-in basis or hourly part-time basis.  Our Hospice Caregivers place the greatest emphasis on keeping your loved one as comfortable as possible – whether it’s helping with incontinence, shifting your loved one around when they get uncomfortable, or simply having someone to talk to about life, our caregivers can help.

A-1 Home Care is a Licensed Bonded and Insured non-medical homecare agency that has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We specialize in Elder Care services such as Hospice Care, Cancer Care, Alzheimer’s Care, Parkinson’s Care, Post Stroke Care, and more in the communities of Arcadia, San Marino, San Gabriel, Monrovia, Duarte, El Monte, Monterey Park, Alhambra, Pasadena, and others in Los Angeles County.

To hire a compassionate Hospice Caregiver today, CALL us at 626-287-0250 for a FREE in-home assessment.

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