For more than 25 years, Hospice Home Care has taken the opportunity to care for Arkansans at the end of life’s journey. Wherever our patients call home, our team of medical professionals provides the care that is needed, as well as the opportunity to live life to the fullest.
Families depend on us for daily support to ease the burden, and we willingly share the load they are feeling during this difficult time in the life of their loved one.
Hospice Home Care’s team of doctors, nurses, aides, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers are ready 24 hours each day, 7 days a week to bring the best physical, emotional and spiritual care to those who are facing a life-limiting illness. Our most sincere hope is that we can help ‘Add Life to Each & Every Day’ to those we support.
I was so thankful for the support and caring Hospice Home Care provided my husband and me during the last weeks of his life. To have someone to call to talk to about anything was a Godsend for both of us, and the care and love that was shown to me when he died was so very much appreciated.
Hospice has always been a critical part of healthcare, but never more so than now. Hospice Home Care is prepared with the needed equipment, supplies and resources to keep patients and team members safe at home during the current viral crisis. As the coronavirus spreads and the public health crisis grows, Hospice is a solution that helps patients and families from overwhelmed hospitals.Read more
We plan for trips, holidays and birthdays, but often ignore a plan for one of the most impactful stages of our lives. Because every life will end, one of the most important conversations we can have is about our plans for the care we want to receive on our end of life journey. Often this conversation is with a healthcare provider and close family.Read more
Hospice Chaplains are a rare breed of clergy, specially trained to work in the clinical setting, caring for the spiritual and emotional needs of hospice and palliative patients, and their families. Their role is so important that Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires all hospice organizations which receive federal reimbursements employ a Hospice Chaplain.Read more
Facing the end of life can be hard. Facing it alone, in the absence of family, friends, financial resources and qualified caregivers, is even harder.
The Tribute of Life Foundation believes that everyone deserves to complete their journey in a warm, clean bed, surrounded by people who care deeply about meeting their medical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. Through our 'No One is Alone' initiative, we are committed to funding two beds in the Comfort Care Center for people who could not afford it otherwise.
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