- What is Hospice?
- Who can refer?
- Choices in care
- Who is Eligible?
- Business Side of Hospice
- Profit vs. Not-For-Profit Hospice
- Misconceptions About Hospice
- What is Covered Under Hospice?
- Bereavement Support
- Hospice In A Care Setting
- Who Pays for Hospice?
- Why Hearts for Hospice?
- Who Provides Care?
Grief is the normal and universal reaction humans have to the loss of those they love. When your loved one passes, you may go through a period of bereavement and experience grief.
Hearts for Hospice as a leader in committed to providing information, education and resources to help those who are going through this period of bereavement. We provide targeted grief support to the surviving loved ones of the patients we have served for at least a year following the patient’s death, but we are also committed to helping other members in the communities we serve.
Hearts for Hospice bereavement services consist of:
- Bereavement support telephone calls and visits by professional staff and volunteers
- Quarterly bereavement support letters, newsletters and educational materials
- Bereavement support groups led by professional staff
- Memorial services provided in different locations
- Community resource referral: grief therapists, community support groups, legal services, etc.