Belmont Hospice, Inc
Belmont Hospice, Inc
The Hospice Philosophy accepts decline, provides support, and manages symptoms as an individual transitions from this life. While affirming life, hospice provides no service hastening or postponing death. A team of professionals work together to manage symptoms of discomfort, allowing the individual to maintain a dignified quality of life for themselves and their families, and ensuring a peaceful transition.
Hospice Care is a specialized approach to care that focuses on the quality of life for individuals and their families who are coping with an advanced, life-limiting illness. Hospice care provides compassion-driven service to those in their final phase of an incurable disease, so they may live as fully and comfortably as possible. Hospice care is also inclusive, and encourages patients and family to participate throughout the course of care.
From the beginning, you will be attended to by a dedicated, compassionate, and attentive team of providers to support you and your loved ones through this time of need. Your Belmont care clinicians provide ongoing services where you reside, with a care plan optimized to keep you and your loved ones comfortable, preserving dignity and quality of life.
What is “PALLIATIVE CARE?”
Palliative care is a comprehensive care program designed for individuals experiencing physical symptoms and emotional distress related to chronic and serious illnesses. Palliative care is available at no cost to the patient, and either works as, or alongside of an individual’s primary healthcare team, in a collaborative effort to maximize a patient’s comfort and quality of life, while also serving as an educational resource and support system.
Responsible for all patient care, collaborates with members of the hospice team to optimize comfort and well-being.
Well trained & experienced within the hospice field, Registered & Vocational nurses work with patients & their families to maximize quality of life throughout the entire hospice experience.
Hospice or Nursing Aides (CHHAs) work one-on-one with patients & their caregivers, assisting with bathing, dressing, range-of motion assistance and other supportive services to ensure patients’ overall comfort & well-being.
Conducts comprehensive psycho-social assessments to ensure access to community resources and referrals; as well as individual patient & family counseling to help meet the challenges faced when dealing with a terminal illness.
Provide non-denominational spiritual counseling for persons of all faiths. Acts as a liaison between patients & their families with community clergy to coordinate services and support as needed.
Kind & compassionate individuals who support patients & their loved-ones by providing companionship and friendly visits.
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In-home assessments available.
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1007 E Cooley Dr, #117 Colton, California 92324, United States
PROUDLY SERVING ALL OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA