Helping You Live Your Last Days To The Fullest
People facing their last days would want to make their moments worthwhile. We at Amavi are there to help them achieve a quality end of life. Our team of trained professionals will provide the best physical, medical, and psychological care that they and their families will need.
What Is Hospice Care?
Hospice care is a special kind of care service for patients who are experiencing terminal illnesses. Our goal is to lessen the symptoms and help patients feel more comfortable. We also help their families and loved ones come to terms with their conditions. All so that they have quality time together.
The Benefits of Hospice Care
Getting hospice care is more than just about lessening the pain that a terminally-ill patient is going through. It also helps them and their families have peace of mind by offering the following benefits.
A Familiar Environment
Hospice care lets patients rest in a place they are most comfortable in. Often, this place is in their own homes. We collaborate with your doctors to create a regimen plan that would suit your chosen place of respite.
Personalized Care and Support
Each patient will have their own needs and wants. From having a constant companion to providing their favorite food, our team is ready to help them. We are on call 24/7 letting your family rest in between visits.
Respecting The Patient’s Wishes
Hospice care will help families fulfill their loved ones’ final wishes. Through our help, you don’t have to deal with the extensive procedures in regular hospital settings. You can then focus on those wishes and let your loved ones leave with a sense of fulfillment.
Giving Patients A Sense of Dignity
We help patients meet their final days in the way that they want. Be it not wanting to be constantly hooked up to a machine or handled by medical personnel. We can also grant patient requests not to undergo invasive procedures to prolong their lives.
Hospice care will help families deal with the reality of their loved ones’ imminent passing. Our social workers and chaplains will be there to offer you some guidance. We can also offer bereavement services to help you move on.
When To Start Hospice Care
You should consider getting hospice care when it comes to the point that your loved ones’ treatment can’t cure or control their condition. By getting in touch with us early, we can better provide your loved ones with the right kind of care. They will be at peace knowing that everything is in good hands.
Personalized Services and Programs Offered by AMAVI:
- Physician Services:
To ensure qualified medical direction and consultation for the delivery of hospice services and
- Hospice Nursing Care (RN, LVN):
To ease physical and psychological symptoms and initiate communication with the
interdisciplinary group to establish the plan of care.
- Registered Nurse (RN):
To plan, organize, and direct hospice care.
- Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN):
To provide direct patient care under the supervision of a registered nurse.
- Hospice Aids:
To assist with the personal hygiene, ambulation, exercise, and medications that are ordinarily
- Psychological Services (Medical Social Worker):
To assess emotional factors related to terminal illness. Patient and family/caregiver counseling
around issues of death, dying, and grief.
- Financial and Community Resource Referrals:
To assist with financial planning, including transfer of responsibilities regarding fiscal and legal
- Spiritual Care Counseling Service (Hospice Chaplain):
To conduct religious services of prayer, worship, and rituals for patient and family as requested.
- Bereavement Services:
To provide supportive counseling to the patient and family/caregiver prior and after the death of
the loved one.
- Volunteer Services:
To provide personal care or emotional support and practical assistance which enhance the
comfort and quality of life for patients and family/caregivers.
- Rehabilitative Services (Physical & Occupational Therapy):
To help patient achieve and maintain his/her optimal level of functioning, self care, and
- Speech Therapy Services (Speech Therapist):
To test and recommend mechanisms which focus on such interventions as alternative methods
of communication/speech and swallowing exercises to help with nutrition.
- Nutritional Services (Registered Dietitian):
To ensure that appropriate nutritional care and consultation is provided to hospice patients and
- Continuous Care Services:
A short term intervention for a medical crisis like uncontrolled, severe symptoms.
- Inpatient Services:
For symptom management and/or pain control that cannot be managed in the home setting.
- Respite Care:
“Respite Care” means rest or relief.A gift of time for rest given by professionals to the
- Pharmacy Services:
To ensure that pharmacy services are available 24 hours per day.
- Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies:
To ensure that equipment and supplies are provided for hospice patients based on assessed
health care needs.
- Transportation Services:
To make arrangements for non-emergency medical transportation services via ambulance or
wheelchair van when the patient’s medical and physical condition is such that transport by
means of public or private conveyance is medically contraindicated.