Comfort Keepers End-Of-Life Care in Knoxville, TN, and our surrounding area
Our caregivers can support your loved one’s palliative care provider and be there for you and your loved ones through the end of life care.
It can be difficult and frustrating to comprehend when a loved one is diagnosed with a severe illness or has a limited life expectancy. Individuals can now receive palliative care or end-of-life care in the comfort of their own home, allowing their senior loved one to remain close to their family and support network while also benefiting from the expertise of a team of specialists.
What Is End-of-Life Care?
End-of-life care, also known as comfort care or hospice care, is designated for individuals diagnosed with and who are in the advanced stages of a terminal condition or who have just reached the end of their life and need daily support. These services are also only available to those who have stopped receiving treatment and are seeking symptom relief.
What Is Palliative Care?
Palliative care is typically designated for seniors receiving treatment for a life-threatening disease/illness or who have experienced a serious medical condition such as a stroke or heart attack. The primary goal is to comfort your loved one by alleviating their symptoms and making them feel confident and comfortable in their home.
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How We Can Help
Our in-home caregivers can assist you and your loved one's current palliative care provider through various home care options. We concentrate on providing your loved ones with the most excellent care while handling their senior care, household chores, and transportation around town. We can assist them in getting to crucial appointments, picking up prescriptions, ensuring they are taken according to doctors' orders, and ensuring their home is clean and free from clutter. Our professional caregivers can provide a shoulder to lean to your family as we know how devastating their diagnosis may be.
To learn more about Comfort Keepers end-of-life care services contact our office in Knoxville, TN, via phone (865) 214-6787 or our home care survey provided below. We hope to hear from you soon: