Over 50 million people in the United States alone are selflessly caring for loved ones at home. When these family members or friends themselves need support, we can provide “respite care,” which is a short break from the demands of caregiving. When the primary caregivers have to schedule their own doctor’s appointments, an out-of-town trip, a medical procedure, etc., Community Hospice can keep the patient at the Hospice House for five consecutive nights for each respite care stay. We are pleased to be able to provide a patient’s caregivers with days of relief in the form of skilled hospice worker services as often as necessary.
Community Hospice is proud to be long-term members of:
• Georgia Hospice and Palative Care Organization - ghpco.org • National Hospice and Palative Care Organization - nhpco.org