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Understanding Hospice, Palliative Care and End-of-life Issues Outreach Guide

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Understanding Hospice, Palliative Care and End-of-life Issues

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25% of deaths occur at home - more than 70% of Americans would prefer to die at home

(Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)


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Hospice would prefer to die at home

  • Provides support and care for those in the last phases of life-limiting illness

  • Recognizes dying as part of the normal process of living

  • Affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death

  • Focuses on quality of life for individuals and their family caregivers


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Core Aspects of Hospice would prefer to die at home

  • Patient/family focused

  • Interdisciplinary

  • Provides a range of services:

    • Interdisciplinary case management

    • Pharmaceuticals

    • Durable medical equipment

    • Supplies

    • Volunteers

    • Grief support


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Additional Services would prefer to die at home

  • Hospices offer additional services, including:

    • Hospice residential care (facility)

    • Inpatient hospice care

    • Palliative care

    • Complementary therapies

    • Specialized pediatric team

    • Caregiver training classes


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Hospice Team Members would prefer to die at home

  • The patient's personal physician

  • Hospice physician (medical director)

  • Nurses

  • Home health aides

  • Social workers

  • Clergy or other counselors

  • Trained volunteers

  • Speech, physical, and occupational therapists


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The Hospice Team would prefer to die at home

  • Develops the plan of care

  • Manages pain and symptoms

  • Attends to the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of dying and caregiving

  • Teaches the family how to provide care

  • Advocates for the patient and family

  • Provides bereavement care and counseling


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Where Hospice is Provided would prefer to die at home

  • Home

  • Nursing Facility

  • Assisted Living Facility

  • Hospital

  • Hospice residence or unit

  • Prison, homeless shelter – where ever the person is


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Who Pays? would prefer to die at home

  • Medicare

  • Medicaid

  • Insurance

  • Private pay

  • Sometimes a combination of these…


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Admission Criteria would prefer to die at home

  • General

    • Life-limiting illness, prognosis is 6 months or less if disease takes normal course

    • Live in service area

    • Consent to accept services


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Palliative Care would prefer to die at home

  • Treatment that enhances comfort and improves the quality of an individual’s life during the last phase of life

  • The expected outcome is relief from distressing symptoms, the easing of pain, and/or enhancing the quality of life


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Curative and Palliative Care would prefer to die at home

  • Curative care

    • Focuses on quantity of life and prolonging of life

  • Palliative care

    • Focuses on quality of life and death, and views death as a natural part of life


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Resources in Our Community would prefer to die at home


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www.caringinfo.org would prefer to die at home 800.658.8898


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FREE Resources Available would prefer to die at home from Caring Connections

  • More information about Hospice and Palliative Care

  • State-specific advance directives

  • Brochures to download or order:

    • What is Palliative Care?

    • Ask Tough Questions

    • Conversations Before the Crisis

    • Question and Answers: Artificial Nutrition

    • Question and Answers: Cardiopulmonary

    • Question and Answers: Dying at Home


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It’s About How You LIVE! would prefer to die at home

Learn about your options, choices and decisions

Implement your advance directive plans

Voice your decisions about hospice and palliative care

Engage others to learn more about hospice and palliative care


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