Hospice Del Sol is a family owned hospice where compassion and caring are all about the patient and those they love most. We provide physical, emotional, and spiritual hospice care where they call home.
As a family owned hospice, Hospice Del Sol prides itself on understanding the importance of family. We embrace our patients, their family, and their caregivers as part of our own. We believe that every life is a journey that deserves a compassionate final chapter.
It is our mission to honor life by providing the highest level of compassion, comfort, and personalized care for our patients and loved ones during their final journey.
It is our vision to be the community’s premiere provider of choice for end-of-life care through our passion for maximizing the quality of life for our patients and their families.
It is our values to provide for patient-centered care and responsive support through a trustworthy and compassionate care team.
Our Values: Patient-Centered Responsive Support Trustworthy Team Compassionate Care
Accreditations: CHAPs Medicare Medicaid
Memberships: We Honor Veterans National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) You can reach a Hospice Del Sol team member 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at 702-818-4270
3636 North Rancho Drive,
Las Vegas NV. 89130
The perks of senior independent living / in home care for seniors are stress free living with a lifestyle that is active healthy and independent along with good facilities for elderly home health care. We also provide coordinated transportation, weekly housekeeping, laundry services, planned activities etc
914 Davidson Drive, Osage, IA 50461
Visit our website: www.HomeHealthCareAdvisor.com
In-Home Care Programs for Older Individuals
What is in-home care?
Not every older American ends up in a nursing home or a retirement community. In fact, most older individuals continue to live at home, many with the assistance of some type of in-home care. In-home care can help you remain independent, and delay the need to enter a nursing home or an assisted-living facility.
What types of in-home care are available?
In-home care is a broad term that covers in-home health care (nursing or health aide services), household help (homemaker services) and personal care (companion or caretaker services).
If you have a medical condition that requires nursing care, daily monitoring, or therapy, you may need to hire a nurse or an aide to help take care of you at home. You can hire health care personnel through nursing registries or home health agencies (HHAs). Nursing registries match you with a suitable nurse for your condition, but they don't necessarily supervise or train nurses. HHAs, on the other hand, match you with a nurse or nurse's aide who is supervised and trained by the agency. HHAs are usually licensed by the state and may be accredited by a national association such as the National Association for Home Care. Most have Medicare certification as well, meaning that they have met minimum federal standards and accept Medicare.