Morningside’s philosophy of holistic wellness applies to all stages of your loved one’s life, including transitioning to hospice with pain management, emotional and spiritual support, and family communication and participation.
Honoring the Whole Person
Age in Place
Our team of caregivers transition their care to meet your loved one’s needs, allowing them to stay in a familiar environment, surrounded by people they know.
Follow Their Wishes
We work closely with you, your loved one, and your loved one’s medical team to create care plans that meet their directives.
In addition to our in-house team, we also work with expert hospice and palliative doctors and nurses to provide additional support.
Dignified Hospice Care, Mindful Palliative Care
By partnering with local providers, your loved one will be surrounded by professionals who specialize in supporting the unique physical and emotional needs of their situation.
What is the difference between palliative and hospice care?
Palliative care also looks to improve quality of life, but can be useful for people at any stage of diagnosis. It is a specialized form of medical attention aimed at alleviating symptoms such as pain and stress associated with severe illnesses, irrespective of the diagnosis. This type of care is suitable for people at any age or stage of illness and can be administered concurrently with curative treatments.
When should my loved one transition to hospice care?
What does age in place mean?
Who is involved in hospice care?
What happens if my loved one gets better during hospice care?
Can I be involved in my loved one’s hospice care?
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