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At Hope Hospice, our service quality has remained a top priority for over 40 years.
When your loved one is faced with a life-limiting illness, you want a care team that treats them with compassion, dignity, and respect. It’s perfectly normal to consider curative care. But maybe your family has decided against treatments that could make your loved one uncomfortable in the time they have left. The team at Hope Hospice is here to provide guidance and answer your questions about the hospice option.
Hospice is a special kind of holistic care that is provided in the comfort of home — whether that’s a personal residence, at an assisted living community, or in a nursing home.
Hospice: Since 1980, we’ve been committed to helping patients needing end-of-life comfort care to experience physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort. Click here to learn more about end-of-life hospice care.
Palliative Care: A person may have a life-limiting illness but does not yet meet the Medicare criteria for hospice care. Our palliative program provides a vital bridge between primary care and hospice, helping patients manage their pain and symptoms at home. Click here to learn more about palliative care.
Dementia Support: While the effects of dementia can be difficult and frightening for the patient, it can also be very challenging for family members who aren’t sure where to turn for dementia support. Hope’s Living With Dementia program offers education and peace of mind. Click here to learn about our dementia support services.
Community Education: We provide assistance to family caregivers so they can more effectively care for their loved ones. Click here to read about our family caregiver education series.
Grief Support: If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, Hope’s trained grief counselors will help you along your grief journey.
Volunteer Services: Hope volunteers help patients and their families with an array of non-medical support, including interacting with patients, providing caregiver relief, and keeping vigil at the bedside.
Advanced Illness Care: Sometimes, patients who are on hospice experience stabilization of their disease to the point that they no longer meet the Medicare requirements for hospice. Being discharged from hospice can be overwhelming to patients and their family care partners who are faced with continuing care needs. Hope Hospice designed the Advanced Illness Care (AIC) program to ease the transition from hospice by continuing to provide guidance on care solutions and to connect the family with needed resources.
Your Hope team will be there for you and your loved one every step of the way. We will answer your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our commitment to quality remains our top priority. Listen to what our former client families have to say about us:
Hope Hospice serves patients throughout the Tri-Valley and neighboring cities of the San Francisco East Bay Area.