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Salus Emotional Support During Hospice Care

The final months, weeks and days of life are often a challenging time where difficult emotions come to the surface and even the strongest of relationships are strained. Feelings of fear, frustration, anger and grief are common, but finding ways to come to terms with these emotions can help patients find solace and peace. The Salus Hospice team offers support to give patients and their family members opportunities to talk through difficult emotions and discover their own coping mechanisms.
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Emotional Hospice Support Provided:

Emotional Hospice Support Provided:

  • Counseling from a medical social worker
  • Social workers assisting clients in networking with and accessing community resources
  • General companionship
  • Bereavement services for the family after the individual has passed

As death feels closer, family members are faced with many tough decisions regarding end of life planning. Hospice professionals provide support as families talk through these decisions and get their questions answered. This compassionate support eases the emotional burden family members face and can help everyone to regain a sense of peace and empowerment throughout these difficult times.

After a loved one passes, families continue to benefit from emotional support as they work through the grieving process. Salus Hospice social workers remain available to provide important bereavement counseling services, offering comfort, opportunities to reminisce and a chance for healing. This can help a family to find their path forward and feel more at peace with the support they provided their loved one with in the final days.

Exceptional Physical Therapist who showed patience, kindness and pathways to help me recover and walk again after surgery.

Peggy F. May 23, 2019

I was extremely ill, and was very apprehensive of having a caregiver in my home. I loved meeting with your case manager … So sweet and helpful. My caregiver was not only sweet, easy to speak with, and she addressed all of my issues. Everyone I interacted with were kind and made me feel comfortable and taken care of. The help I received from from Salus was impeccable. I thank you so very much! I’m on the mend! Thank you! With love,

Eileen A. May 16, 2019

Emotional Care FAQ's

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Feeling scared is normal for many people facing a terminal illness. At Salus Homecare, our social workers are trained to help you to cope with these negative feelings so that they do not consume you in the final months, weeks and days of life. This can improve your quality of life and help you to feel more comfortable with the dying process.

Salus Homecare’s hospice is designed to provide support to every member of the family, and this includes young children. Our social workers, chaplains and other professionals can speak to children about their concerns, and referrals can be made to community resources if necessary.

Salus Homecare’s hospice does not require any client to participate in therapy, but many clients find that they benefit from it. If you choose not to speak with a social worker or another mental health professional, simply say so. If you change your mind at any point, the services will remain available to you

Other Hospice Services Salus Offers

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Physical Care

Symptom monitoring and pain management care to enhance comfort and quality of life. Skilled nurses and therapists monitor and administer services in collaboration with the hospice physician to better ensure positive outcomes.

  • Medication Management
  • Occupational, Speech or Physical Therapy
  • Wound Care & Vital Sign Monitoring
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Spiritual Care

Assistance and support for patients who wish to explore their spiritual concerns surrounding life, death and dying. Spiritual support is non-denominational, compassionate and empathetic.

  • 1-1 Conversations With Hospice Chaplains
  • Reconnecting Clients With Their House of Worship
  • Provide Literature That Can Help Individuals Cope With Death
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