Nursing services – providing intermittent and as–needed visits at frequencies defined in the plan of care, with 24–hour on-call availability for emergencies.
Social Work services – conducts psychosocial assessment of the needs of the patient/family, intermittent and ongoing counseling related to death and dying, and assistance with use of appropriate community services and resources.
Spiritual counseling – providing support and serving as liaison with patient/family clergy and other community-based clergy.
Hospice Aides – providing personal care services to patients on an intermittent basis.
Volunteer services – covering a broad range of activities that are supervised by the Volunteer Services Coordinator.
Ancillary services – including dietary counseling, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, etc., as deemed appropriate.
Bereavement counseling – counseling for survivors, generally for up to a year following the death of the patient.