Manor Hospice care teams are highly qualified professionals working together to provide comprehensive, loving support for people with terminal illnesses. The hospice care includes effective pain and sigmaessays symptom management techniques called “palliative care” or “comfort care.”
Based on research, people who receive hospice care early often live longer than people who enroll later in hospice toward final stages of their disease (with comparable diagnosis). Families who have experienced the various services that hospice provides, often say, “We just wish we had called hospice sooner!”
Manor Hospice care team is composed of professional caregivers who are specially trained and equipped to provide the highest level of care meeting the needs of both patient and families, along with their affiliated pharmacy. They are Licensed Nurses, Certified Home Health Aides, Medical Social Workers, Chaplains/Bereavement Specialists, Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists, and Volunteers.
Manor Hospice is available to provide services in the privacy of a patient’s home, at residential care facilities (board and care), assisted living facilities, or nursing homes.
At your request, or at custom writings the request of your family, or physician, a Manor Hospice care coordinator will visit you to assess your needs and answer any questions about hospice care.
There are NO out-of-pocket expenses to either patients or their families for hospice care. Medicare and the California State Medicaid programs offer full coverage for Manor Hospice services. Medicare and Medicaid continue their normal benefits to cover any other care unrelated to patient’s primary hospice diagnosis.