End-of-Life Care And Palliative Care For Seniors and Their Families in Pasadena, CA
Comfort Keepers provides end of life care and palliative care to help families focus on spending time with their loved one during their limited life expectancy
Comfort is Key
If your loved one is nearing the end of their life or struggling with a chronic illness, they may benefit from palliative care. Whether someone has weeks or months left to live, they should be able to live out their remaining time however they choose. This often means going out with dignity and comfort, which can be provided through end-of-life care.
End-of-life care and palliative care may be necessary if any of the following applies to your loved one:
- They would like to spend their last days in the comfort of their own home
- They have chosen to stop receiving treatments
- Their illness is progressing rapidly
- They don’t have any viable treatment options left
Our goal is to make this trying time as comfortable as possible for your loved one and your whole family. We’ll be there to provide assistance and support as necessary, to be sure all of your loved one’s needs are met. We can provide personal care assistance, companionship, medication reminders, light housekeeping, food preparation, and more.
Senior Care Provides Support for the Whole Family
Toward the end of a loved one’s life, you may be feeling stressed out, depressed, angry, or overwhelmed. These feelings are completely normal and completely OK. This is why end-of-life care and palliative care is meant for the whole family. Our caregivers can provide emotional and moral support for the whole family.
We can also continue to provide support and assistance after your loved one has passed. We help families process their feelings of grief and loss, by being there to listen and talk whenever needed. Our caregivers can also help with organizing your loved one’s belongings or moving items as necessary.
Contact us at (626) 321-9766 to learn more about our end-of-life care services. Let us help you and your family through this difficult time.