The primary goal of a hospice care caregiver is to provide as much comfort as possible for the patient. Patient receiving hospice care is usually at the final stages of their life. During this stage of their life, they could be suffering from pain or physical discomfort. It is important as a non-medical caregiver to work with the family, register nurses, and anyone caring for the patient to ensure the patient is as comfortable as they can be. This can include helping the patient with personal hygiene issues, moving and massaging the patients to avoid bed sores, and simply staying by the patient’s side. A caregiver should also take into account the hardship hospice has on a family. When necessary, provide care and condolences for the family as well. It is important to respect both the patient and the family. Learn more about “Hospice & Palliative Care” from Helpguide.org.
A-1 Domestic Professional Services works with responsible hospice caregivers who provides the best non-medical hospice care available in California. Our caring and attentive caregivers respect all of our clients. A-1 Domestic provides hospice care in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Burbank, Diamond Bar, Downey, Pasadena, Rolling Hills, Sherman Oaks, Whittier, and other cities in Los Angeles County and Orange County.
For more information on our hospice care call A-1 Domestic Professional Services at 877-929-8499
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