Hospice Care Services
These are the hospice care services that we offer to our clients in the many areas surrounding our head office in Arlington, Texas.
- Physician Services
– Our licensed physicians oversee the care of every patient on Blessings Hospice, LLC.
- Nursing Services
– Nurses provide individualized plans of care where each visit is designed to meet your specific needs.
- Spiritual Services
– Our chaplains are here to minister to you and your family, giving spiritual strength and support.
- Social Services
– Our licensed social workers provide emotional support and assist in serving needed community resources.
- Hospice Aide Services
– Our aides provide personal care in a loving way giving you peace while they meet your individual needs.
- Bereavement Support Services
– Our bereavement program offers care and services to families and loved ones for a period of at least one year.
- Volunteer Services
– Volunteers are staff who are dedicated and trained to offer their time and service for families and patients.
- Therapy Services (Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy)
– Our licensed therapists help improve the patients’ quality of life to make the most out of their remaining time to provide comforting care.
- On Call Services
– Our staff is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to assist you with questions, concerns or emergencies.
– provide comfort medications to alleviate symptoms and hospice diagnosis related medications.
Hospice Levels of Care
- Routine hospice care
is the most common level of hospice care. With this type of care, an individual has elected to receive hospice care at their residence, which can include a private residence, assisted living facility or nursing facility.
- General inpatient care
is provided for pain control or other acute symptom management that cannot feasibly be provided in any other setting and begins when other efforts to manage symptoms have been ineffective. General Inpatient Care can be provided in a Medicare certified hospital, hospice inpatient facility or nursing facility that has a registered nurse available 24 hours a day to provide direct patient care.
- Continuous crisis care
is care provided for between eight and 24 hours a day to manage pain and other acute medical symptoms. Continuous crisis care services is predominantly nursing care, supplemented with caregiver and hospice aide services and are intended to maintain the patient at home during a pain or symptom crisis.
- Respite care
is available to provide temporary relief to the patient’s primary caregiver. Respite care can be provided in a hospital, hospice facility or a long-term care facility that has sufficient 24-hour nursing personnel present on all shifts to guarantee that the patient’s needs are met. Respite care is provided for a maximum of five consecutive days.
For inquiries regarding any of our services, please contact us.