Fredericksburg VA Palliative Home Care/Hospice – Terminal Disease Therapy Launch

Visiting Angels Fredericksburg, VA (540-373-6906) has upgraded its palliative home care services for those with life-threatening illnesses needing the highest level of support or end of life care.

Palliative care is a difficult topic to consider, but one that many families need to discuss with their loved ones. The experience of finding a trusted and qualified care provider can be emotionally, if not financially, taxing, and these are addressed with the upgraded services offered by Visiting Angels of Fredericksburg Virginia.

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The improved palliative care services support individuals living with a chronic illness. Though often interchanged with end-of-life care, palliative care can also be given to a younger person who wants to improve their quality of life, which has been negatively impacted due to a serious illness.

Visiting Angels Fredericksburg focuses on the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each of its patients. The goal is to create a calm and supportive environment in their home so that patients can feel part of a normal routine again.

According to the Center to Advance Palliative Care, around 90 million Americans are living with a serious illness, with approximately six million requiring palliative care. Experts note that this number is expected to increase in the next few years, particularly with the aging of Baby Boomers.

Further, other studies have noted that early palliative care can significantly reduce the risk of depression among its patients. Doctors believe that a compassionate response to a serious illness inspires patients to diligently follow their treatment or maintenance plan, which also has a snowball effect on their overall wellness.

Patients at Visiting Angels Fredericksburg follow a unique program that identifies their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs and works towards strengthening each of these aspects. The program can be for however long they need and adjusted to suit their condition and how it progresses or regresses over the years.

The home care agency can also provide specialized end-of-life care for those whose life expectancy is six months or less. Families are encouraged to schedule a call with them to discuss their situation.

The team is committed to providing high-quality home care services in a safe environment and has implemented a specific pandemic prevention program.

A client states: “I had to go to work and someone had to be there, so I could do that. They helped in that way. They were very personable, good at listening to and accommodating us.”

As a staff member says: “When crafting your loved one’s personalized care plan, we’ll ensure every aspect of their needs is addressed. This care plan will account for your loved one’s daily requirements, preferred routines, living circumstances, and personality.”

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