Planning For the Future
It is important to plan for the future and empower ourselves with options that meet our needs and desires. When faced with a life-limiting or terminal illness, many decisions must be made. These decisions can involve financial matters, advance directives, funeral arrangements, how the last days of life will be spent, and other issues. Even though discussing these issues may bring up feelings regarding difficult losses and changes, it is important to be proactive and to communicate in order to ensure choice and control during difficult times.
Our Hospice Philosophy
Gateway Home Health and Hospice believes that choice always exists. Excellent quality of life is always attainable — people with illness can live fully and
The Caregiver’s Role
You may not think of yourself as a caregiver, but anyone who helps someone else because that person is no longer able to manage some
Respite care is available to hospice patients receiving care in their own home from their family or friends. it is offered for up to five days at a time. please ask a member of gateway hospice for more information.
Home Health VS Hospice
Learn about the differences between Home Health and Hospice.
Overview of Services: The “People” Part of Hospice
Learn about the individuals who make up the Hospice care team.