Choosing Hospice Isn’t Easy

“We wish we had called sooner…”

If you or someone you love is considering hospice, you may feel like choosing hospice means you’re giving up. Some feel guilty about calling hospice because they feel like they should try another treatment or see another specialist. We understand that starting hospice is a tough decision. Many of the families we have helped felt the same way. What they found when they started hospice is peace of mind, a burden lifted from their shoulders, and confidence to care for their loved one. Many even said they wished they’d chosen hospice sooner.

How to select a hospice…

Even if you are not ready for hospice, we are here to help. If you think hospice may be in your future, even if it’s in your distant future, give us a call and we would be happy to answer your questions.  Click here to request more information.

View brochure: “A Consumer’s Guide to Selecting a Hospice Program”


Helpful Links

Use the links below for more information about Senior Living in Oregon and Washington.

Washington:

Aging Services of Washington
Assisted Living Federation of America
Washington Health Care Association
The National Alzheimer’s Association of Washington
Washington Association of Housing and Services for the Aging

Oregon:

Oregon Department of Human Services
Assisted Living Federation of America
Oregon Health Care Association
The National Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon
Alzheimer’s Network of Oregon

Idaho:

Idaho Commission on Aging
Idaho Health Care Association
Idaho Alzheimer’s Association

Nevada:

Nevada Health Care Association
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

Other Resources: 

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