When your loved one enters the final stages of life, or curative treatment measures have been exhausted, Hospice care provides a vital support system for both you, your family and your senior. Keeping your loved one in the familiar, comfortable environment of the home, an important and often overlooked option in hospice care, makes all the difference during these difficult times, but often requires additional caregiver services supplementing those provided by Hospice.
An agency of choice for many San Diego-area hospices, ComForcare provides dependable, compassionate, caregivers trained and experienced in palliative care. Our staff can help you and your loved one make the most of final days. Our caregivers work under the direct supervision of Hospice, and focus on keeping the patient clean, safe and comfortable by performing a variety of tasks, including:
- Maintaining personal hygiene
- Preparing meals and assisting with feeding
- Turning the bedridden patient to prevent sores
- Assisting with transferring and walking, to prevent falls
- Providing companionship to the patient and respite for the family
- Alerting family or hospice when needed
- And more…
Our caregivers and administrative staff work closely with your family, as well as the Hospice nurse, social worker, and caregiver to implement and support the Hospice's plan of care.
As with our entire caregiver team, we rigorously screen our hospice-experienced caregivers using a 10-step screening process that includes a competency exam and skills evaluation; And we guarantee the reliability of our services.
Call ComForcare 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for assistance with your hospice-related home care needs. Contact us today at 760-724-7273.
“I want to thank you both -- and the caregivers, especially Georgia and Tamar, for all the kindness that was shown to my parents during their waning months. I believe that such kindness helped ease them more comfortably into and through their transition. My deep, deep and sincere gratitude to you and your staff -- it's been greatly appreciated." - Jeanne B