End of Life Care with Palliative Care Support in Secaucus, NJ and Surrounding Areas
We can provide comforting end of life care for your loved one and assist the family during this difficult time
When a family member is diagnosed with limited life expectancy, he or she often has a strong desire to spend the final days in the comfort of home. However, providing end of life care for a loved one as a family can be emotionally challenging and physically exhausting.
Since we serve many clients who are on hospice care, families ask us to provide additional services for their loved one as hospice home care is limited to a few hours a day. Our care services will either be hourly or live-in. Because our senior care is inspired by palliative care methods, your loved one’s home aide is not only at your loved one’s bedside taking care of personal hygiene, changing sheets as well as doing the laundry and preparing meals, they will be there to hold your loved one’s hand when you and other family members need to get some sleep, take care of errands, or take the kids to school. We will coordinate the care with the hospice or medical provider to fully meet your needs. Our caregivers are experienced in end of life care and through our palliative methods, can provide emotional support for you and your loved ones as well.
How Comfort Keepers of Secaucus Can Help
Our ultimate goal is to provide comfort care to your loved one and to help families make the most of their limited time together utilizing our palliative care inspired methods. We provide assistance:
- bathing, dressing, and toileting assistance for your loved one.
- light house cleaning and laundry.
- meal preparation.
- companionship to your loved one so you can get a much-needed break.
Because of our palliative care assistance, we can also continue to help after a loved one’s passing. Our Comfort Keepers end of life care specialists throughout Secaucus, NJ and the surrounding areas can help families deal with the loss and assist with tasks such as organizing personal items and moving belongings—or just simply being there to listen if family members need to talk and process their grief.