Oklahoma City In-Home Hospice Care
Every life matters until the very last moment! Our Oklahoma hospice program focuses on providing compassionate, quality care to those individuals with a life limiting illness and their families. Hospice focuses on comfort care in the final stages of life.
It is important to note that hospice does not hasten death, but instead helps the individual live fully and comfortably, affirming their uniqueness and providing support to their loved ones.
Interim HealthCare's Oklahoma City Hospice provides a holistic approach to care, focusing on the physical,emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and their family.
Hospice Care in Oklahoma City concentrates the following:
- Nursing Care
- Hospice Home Health Aides
- Social Work Support
- Chaplain for Spiritual Care and Support
- Volunteer Program
- Complimentary Therapies (including music therapy, art therapy and hands-on techniques)
- Beareavement Program
To learn more about home hospice services in the Greater Oklahoma City region, call our office at (405) 429-7927 or fill out the simple form on this page and we will contact you soon.
While the terms are often used interchangeably, bereavement refers to the state of loss, and grief is the reaction to loss
Bereavement care can help families during a very difficult time At Interim HealthCare and Hospice of Oklahoma City we understand that bereavement care is an essential component of hospice that includes anticipating grief reactions and providing ongoing support for the bereaved over a period of 13 months.
Often we hear that people are afraid to put their loved ones on hospice care. Over the years it has become apparent that there are many myths out there about hospice. Below we have put together a list of these myths and the corresponding facts that prove them untrue.
It is important to note that hospice does not hasten death, but instead helps the individual live fully and comfortably, affirming their uniqueness and providing support to their loved ones. Here is a list of commonly asked questions.
Being a hospice volunteer, is an intensely rewarding experience. Once you complete the required pre-training interview and orientation class, you'll be ready. Surviving family members or friends wishing to join the volunteer staff will be strongly encouraged to wait a minimum of one year following the death of their loved one.
At Interim HealthCare, we know what to look for when it comes to whether a loved one can remain safe and independent in their own home. This simple and free quiz can help guide you when making that important decision.
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