Questions To Ask When Choosing a Hospice Provider
If you’re looking for a hospice provider for your loved one, you want to find the best possible care for them. It can be overwhelming emotionally to look around for the best care and you’ll likely have numerous questions, but the experienced caretakers at Jansen Hospice are ready to help you find a hospice care plan right for your loved one.
Questions You Should Ask a Potential Hospice Provider
- What services do you offer? Different hospice facilities will offer different services and it’s important to find one in line with your loved one’s needs. At Jansen, we offer a variety of services including physical therapies, support groups, spiritual counseling, bereavement counseling, and experienced medical staff.
- Do you offer round-the-clock service? When your loved one is undergoing hospice care, whether at home or in a facility, you’ll want the comfort of 24/7 support as questions arise. We have support staff ready to take your call 24/7 and assist with whatever your needs are.
- Is there support for friends and family members? As your loved one goes through hospice care, they often aren’t the only ones in need of care. Friends and family members can have a difficult time with the transition, but we’re here to help. We offer group therapy, bereavement services, and other counseling services.
What Sets Jansen Hospice Apart
At Jansen, you and your loved one will be treated as part of our family. We’re here to support you in whatever way we can and make this transition as smooth as possible. We are ready to answer any of your questions and meet your medical and emotional needs in the process.
Read a review from one of our past family members:
“This place and the workers are truly a blessing. I can never repay them for the help and support that they gave me with my mom.While no other company wanted to take my moms case they were the only ones willing to take it. They stood by me thru all the trails and tribulations and I could’ve never done that transition without them eternally grateful”