It is our objective to help reduce the stress and pressure on our patients and their families, allowing them to make the most of their remaining time together. Professionals from Superior Hospice manage the entire spectrum of challenges and needs related to a terminal diagnosis.
A person facing the end of life has many of the following concerns:
• Saying good-
• Reflecting on their life lived and the future to come
• Resolving any unfinished business (emotional, spiritual or financial)
• Pain or discomfort that changes hourly
When family members cannot be present, Superior Hospice staff and volunteers provide the following to our patients:
• Spiritual support
• Emotional support
Just as terminally ill patients need support, so do their families and loved ones. Superior Hospice works with those closest to our patients, helping them understand the needs of their loved one as well as their own grief process. Our Bereavement Services continue for up to a year following the patient’s death, the time most critical for processing the loss and returning to the flow of daily life.