If you have a loved one that is reaching the end of their life, you are going through a difficult and stressful time. While it’s noble to be a primary caregiver and take on the responsibilities that come with caring for a loved one that is reaching the end, it is also extremely exhausting and stressful. On top of this, you aren’t an expert at hospice care. Even with the best intentions, there may be quite a bit you are missing.

Comfort and Peace Hospice provides patients with top-quality hospice care. We make sure to take care of the physical, emotional, psychological, and even spiritual needs of our patients. This provides patients with optimal comfort during their final days, while also easing the burden on the primary caregiver.

For more information about the services Comfort and Peace provide and how we can help you care for your loved one, reach out today. We’d be happy to speak with you and provide you with more information about our hospice care services.

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice care is a type of health care that focuses on the palliation of a terminally ill patient’s pain and symptoms and attending to the emotional and spiritual needs of the patient at the end of their life. Hospice care may be right for you or your loved one when living with a life-limiting illness that has a six-month life expectancy (if the disease runs its normal course).

Why Hospice Care?

There are quite a few reasons why you may want to consider hospice care for your loved one. One main reason is that hospice care allows a patient to receive professional, quality care provided by an expert in the field. The hospice care providers at Comfort and Peace Hospice specialize in hospice care and have a lot of experience in the field. This allows them to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort to your loved one.

Another reason for hospice care is to provide the primary caregiver with some much-needed rest and time to get caught up. It’s easy to fall behind on life obligations when caring for a loved one. Hospice care specialists provide additional support, allowing primary caregivers the opportunity to get some rest and fulfill their outside obligations.

How Many Hospice Agencies Are in Orange County?

There are literally dozens of hospice agencies in Orange County. Estimates range upwards of over 150. With that said, not all hospice agencies are equal. Some provide higher quality care and different services. Because of this, you’ll want to focus on finding the right hospice care provider for your loved one.

If you have any additional questions about the criteria for hospice care in California, reach out to Comfort and Peace Hospice. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you with your approval for hospice care.

How to Find a Hospice in Orange County?

When you are looking for the right hospice care provider in Orange County, there are a few ways that you can go about finding the right one. Some ways to find a hospice in Orange County include: 

  •   Referral. If you have a friend or family member that has recently worked with a hospice care provider to help with their loved one, consider speaking with them about the hospice care company they hired. If they had a good experience, you could speak with the company about services, availability, and more to see if it would be a good fit.
  •   Search Online. A quick online search for hospice care providers in Orange County will turn up a lot of results. As was mentioned before, there are literally dozens of providers in the area. If you decide to go this route, you’ll want to check out the websites of the different companies, their reviews, what services they offer, and so on. This may take some time, as there will be a lot of companies to sort through.
  •   Reach Out to Comfort and Peace Hospice. To expedite the process, you can skip the online search and choose Comfort and Peace Hospice. We provide only the highest quality of care. Our expert hospice care providers have experience providing hospice care for patients with a variety of different illnesses. We’ll work with you to find the right level of care and get your loved one the help they need as they reach the end.

Who Is Hospice Care For?

Hospice care is for patients that have a life-limiting illness. This doesn’t just mean cancer (although cancer patients can receive hospice support). Anyone that needs additional support when reaching the end may be a candidate for hospice care.

These patients include those suffering from: 

  •       Cancer
  •       Liver disease
  •       Renal disease
  •       Dementia
  •       Heart disease
  •       Pulmonary disease
  •       Stroke
  •       and others

If your loved one or you have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and have a projected 6 months or less to live, speak with your physician about hospice care. In order to receive hospice care, two physicians need to certify that a patient is a good candidate. This generally isn’t difficult for patients with a life-limiting illness. You’ll also need to speak with your insurance company or Medicare about hospice services.

If a patient lives beyond the 6 month period, they may still be a candidate for hospice care services. If you are using insurance or Medicare to cover the costs, see what coverage looks like beyond the six-month period.

What to Look for in a Hospice Care Provider in Orange County

There are a few things that you’ll need to consider when choosing the right hospice care provider in Orange County. Some of these factors include: 

  •   An Excellent Staff
  •   Excellent Customer Service
  •   Fast Response Time
  •   Transition Assistance

Comfort and Peace offers outstanding hospice care services provided by a staff that cares deeply about our patients. We also offer a fast response time when needed, and we will help with the transition phase.

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Reach Out Today!

If you are looking for the right hospice care provider in Orange County, reach out to Comfort and Peace today. We’d be happy to help your loved one or you enroll in hospice care and provide your loved one or you with excellent hospice care services. 

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