Palliative Care in Clearwater, FL, Holiday, FL, & Temple Terrace, FL

Palliative care is a specific method to supporting people with chronic illnesses. Our caring caregivers help chronically ill patients stay at home by providing a soothing and supportive environment. Our care team prioritizes an individual's physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.

 

Home Palliative Care

In-home palliative care allows your loved ones to remain in the place they appreciate - home. Hospice and palliative care are distinct. Hospice care is for people with a short life expectancy, while palliative care is for everyone. We offer a dedicated program for end-of-life care in addition to regular home care services.

Our innovative Palliative Care Certification Program focuses on four areas:

  1. Physical Needs - We focus on your loved one's physical and emotional needs.
  2. Emotional Needs - We help our clients retain their favorite routines and hobbies.
  3. Social Needs - Intimate interactions with clients and their families. We provide companionship and discussion to alleviate loneliness.
  4. Spiritual Needs - Helping you find peace of mind in a difficult time is our goal for your loved one and your family.

Contact your local EasyLiving office to learn more about our compassionate approach to home care. Before we begin, EasyLiving will conduct a free home care consultation to better understand your loved one's needs. We will create a unique care plan for you and your loved one.

 

FAQs on Palliative Care

  • What is Palliative Care? - "Palliative care" derives from the Latin palliare, which means "to cloak." Across the spectrum, caregivers saw palliative care as a tool to relieve suffering and increase quality of life.
  • What Is Palliative Care vs. Hospice Care? - The main distinction is the life expectancy. Hospice care is available to patients with six months or less to live. Palliative care is provided to everybody regardless of age.
  • How is Palliative Care Provided at Home? - Our EasyLiving caregivers can get non-medical palliative care training. Their main purpose is to provide comfort care that meets our clients' physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, thereby improving their quality of life.
  • How Long Can Palliative Care Be Used? - Unless otherwise specified by a payer source, this specialized care service is not time-limited.

 

Contact EasyLiving

Ready to begin palliative care? Find an EasyLiving home care agency near you or contact us for more information!