Arbor Hospice provides comfort and support at the end-of-life for persons with life-limiting conditions as well as their families. Arbor Hospice aims to understand the patient's goals for care to make the person comfortable and relieve their symptoms and pain for the entire length of their illness.
The Arbor Hospice team will provide the following services:
- Manage your pain and other symptoms
- Support you through the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of dying
- Provide you with medications, medical supplies and equipment associated with the terminal illness
- Teach your family skills to help them care for you
- Deliver special services like speech and physical therapy, if needed
- Make short-term inpatient care available when pain or other symptoms become too difficult to manage at home or if your family needs respite time
- Provide grief support and counseling to your loved ones
Arbor Hospice has been providing quality service and compassionate care to the terminally ill and their families throughout the region since 1984. We are committed to providing help to families and enabling individuals to complete their lives with dignity, in comfort and at peace. At home or in The Residence of Arbor Hospice, patients and their families are educated, prepared and supported every step of the way. Through our adult and children's bereavement programs, Arbor Hospice offers a comprehensive range of counseling and support services to anyone who has suffered a loss.
At Arbor Hospice, we believe no person should face the end of life alone. Everyone has the right to spend his or her final months free of physical, emotional and spiritual pain. By providing exceptional medical care with compassion, and caregiver support we help families get back to what is important to them.
The mission of Arbor Hospice is to give comfort, assurance and care to families and patients who have life-limiting illnesses and to educate and nurture others in this care.
Arbor Hospice will be..
The recognized leader in end-of-life care, inclusive of all religious faiths and reflecting the diversity within our communities.
Proactive in instituting or collaborating with other providers in expanding programs to meet the multiplicity of health care needs in the communities we serve.
Financially solvent to meet the organizational mission, now and into the future.
The educational forum for the training of professionals and increased community awareness in end-of-life care.