Hospice care tries to provide and comfort individuals in the last stage of their life through medical, emotional, and spiritual support. Many of the individuals who wish to receive such care are suffering from a terminal illness or extreme old age. The goal of hospice care is not to cure illness and disease but to focus on the comfort and support of the afflicted individual and their supportive family.
For over forty years, Country Club Rehabilitation Campus has provided hospice care to its residents and their families. While hospice care generally takes place in the home of a given individual, this supportive care can be provided at hospice centers, hospitals, and skilled nursing homes. The benefit to receiving such services at trained facility is the 24/7 comfort and services it can provide you and your loved one(s).
As stated previously, our hospice services revolve around the idea of making you and your loved one as comfortable as possible. Hospice care attempts to accomplish this through:
Medicare: What Does and Doesn’t Cover
It is important to remember that you are not alone in this time of difficulty and hardship. Be sure to take advantage of programs, such as Medicare, that are intended to help you in this specific time of need.
Medicare covers these hospice care services:
Medicare does not cover the following services that may be related to your hospice care:
Country Club Rehabilitation Campus has gladly provided its residents and their families with professional hospice services for over four decades and it will unreservedly offer those same services to you. Contact us today as one of our four locations in Ashtabula, Bellaire, Delaware, Dover, and Mt. Vernon.