Inpatient hospice care is the ideal solution for many families and their loved ones, but we do understand that making such a transition can feel overwhelming. Inpatient hospice care gives your loved one access to medical and emotional support 24 hours a day, in addition to providing pain management and other palliative treatments. It can be impossibly hard to care for an ailing loved one on your own. Thankfully, you don’t need to.
What is Inpatient Hospice Care?
Though it is always difficult to deal with the loss of a loved one, it is not always possible to care within your family home. Specialized medical equipment, round-the-clock treatment, and experienced professionals may be medically necessary to be able to deliver the best in comfort and care to your ailing family member. In addition to our pain management services, we work tirelessly to ensure the spiritual and emotional comfort of our patients.
What is Included?
Inpatient hospice care naturally includes 24/7 nursing care, room, board, and medical services and equipment that are necessary for your loved one to remain comfortable in their last days. Other services provided by inpatient hospice care include:
- Pain management and comfort. We do everything we can to make sure that your loved one is cared for and passes on with the dignity and comfort that they deserve. There are many medical issues and ailments that may crop up at the end of an individual’s life. Our experienced and skilled staff members are able to provide the palliative treatment necessary to control the associated pain and discomfort.
- Emotional and spiritual support. We offer multicultural, faith-based services designed to support your loved one in coming to terms with the end of their life. Passing on is a natural part of life, and we strive to offer both comfort and understanding to our patients.
- Counseling and training for family members. We know that the passing of a loved one is more than just a medical condition — it is a transitional time period that will have a tremendous impact on you and your family. In addition to training family members in the best ways to interact with and care for their loved one, our professionals are able to offer counseling to ease the pain of the loss.
With over 20 locations through South Carolina, Agapé Hospice provides complete inpatient hospice services for patients who are reaching the end of their life. If you are concerned about a loved one, contact us today. We will be able to go over your loved one’s unique situation to determine the right services for them, and we can help you discover financial options for those concerned. Our goal is to deliver the care that we would want our family members to receive and that we would want to receive as we prepare to pass on.
Our convenient locations throughout South Carolina are ready to help you.