Hospice Care At Home
Hospice care at home is one of key services offered by Melodia in order to help patients and their loved ones in a surrounding they are most familiar with. To answer any questions or queries, our support is available 24/7 via a phone call, whereas our clinicals are ready for dispatch for bedside assistance if needed. Medical equipment and medications are delivered to the home a well, and respite care provides up to 5 days of Medicare-certified inpatient care for a hospice patient so that family members can take a break from their caregiving duties to relax, unwind, recharge, travel, recover from an illness or attend other events.
Before the hospice interdisciplinary team members start visiting patient’s home, all medical equipment and related medications are pre-delivered. Here are some of the key parameters to expect when hospice care at home starts.
In an effort to provide relentless uninterrupted service, Melodia offers a 24/7 telecare service for its patients, their families and care providers. Help is only a phone call away.
We operate on a philosophy of making the transition from a hospice to home or vice versa as seamless as possible and all this is made possible through the ever so experienced equipment team at Melodia that works tirelessly.
No matter whether your transition is from home to a hospice or hospital; our specialist are there to ensure the transition is smooth for patients as well as their loved ones.
Much anxiety and depression is based around the time leading up to withdraw of ventilatory support. At Melodia, we specialize in providing emotional and spiritual support for both patients and their families in their hour of dire need.
How Melodia Can Help
We have found that communication among family members is vital for end-of-life care determination for the loved with life limiting illnesses.
The purpose of this guide is to help with the conversation that your family needs to make, the questions that may arise, the topics that need discussion and setting the expectation from you hospice care provider.