At Home Hospice Care in Los Angeles County

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Having a terminally ill loved one can be difficult to come to terms with, especially during the holiday season.  There may be a flurry of emotions running through your mind including fear, anger, and sadness, which is normal and part of the initial grieving process.  Every individual copes differently when trying to cope with grief and overcome it.  You may have heard that keeping yourself occupied and active may serve as a distraction and solution to overcoming grief over time.  For some, that may be a solution that works, but for others the grief will still be there.  This article titled Myths of Grief Recovery #7 – Keep Busy suggests that to overcome grief, you should tackle the grief head on instead of using distractions to avoid it.

At A-1 Domestic Professional Services, we believe that Hospice Care for Terminally Ill elderly individuals is the most effective treatment option in terms of providing comfort for your loved one and family members.  With your loved one at home receiving care, members of the family can spend more time with the loved one, which can be a priceless experience.  A-1 Domestic offers compassionate and experienced caregivers, nurse aides, and companions for in-home Hospice Care on a 24 hour live-in basis or hourly part-time basis.

A-1 Domestic is a non-medical homecare agency that has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We serve the communities of Los Angeles, Brentwood, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Palos Verdes, Monrovia, Glendora, Pasadena, San Marino, and others in Los Angeles County.  If your loved one carries long term insurance, we accept Penn Treaty, CALPERS, MetLife Insurance, Veteran Administration, John Hancock, and Bankers’ Life & Casualty.

To hire a compassionate Hospice Caregiver in your area today, CALL us at 310-657-8780 for a FREE in-home assessment.

For more information, visit us at A-1 Domestic Professional Services.

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